Micro grants as a stimulus for community action in residential health programmes: a case study.

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This paper aimed to explore the contribution of a micro grant financing scheme to community action in terms of residential health-promoting initiatives, interorganizational collaboration and public participation. The scheme was two-fold, consisting of (i) micro grants of 500-3500 Euros, which were easily obtainable by local organizations and (ii… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/heapro/dap017

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@article{Schmidt2009MicroGA, title={Micro grants as a stimulus for community action in residential health programmes: a case study.}, author={Melanie Schmidt and Thomas Plochg and Janneke Harting and N S Niek Klazinga and Karien Stronks}, journal={Health promotion international}, year={2009}, volume={24 3}, pages={234-42} }