The first section of the chapter describes the physical, technical, and socioeconomic as well as policy governance conditions. The following section describes our research approach and methods, and the next section describes our findings, exploring the action arena, where we identify stakeholder interaction and action resources and outline the processes of facilitating and catalyzing collective action among district and community stakeholders. Then we analyze these findings and describe research outcomes, concluding in the final section with policy implications and recommendations.
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