What is Systemic Change?

Generally speaking, any action contributes to systemic change:
  • if it has a wide-ranging social impact on the life of a poor person
  • if it’s sustainable, that is if it creates a structure for ongoing, permanent change
  • if the strategies used can be replicated to solve similar problems elsewhere
  • if it brings about social change by transforming traditional practice
  • if it develops or implements a pattern-forming idea, allowing people to see the world with new eyes

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