عنوان مقاله [English]
Local institutions or NGOs, because of the voluntary, independent, non-profit, and non-political nature of their activities, have a broad reach in attracting people's participation. The capacity building of community-based institutions is a systematic approach to establishing the right institutions. The purpose of this study is to measure the capacity of community-based institutionalization in informal settlements. This article has been written using descriptive-explanatory research methodology. Data collection method was library and field based on a questionnaire tool. Sample size According to the population of 90,000 people, the informal settlements of Zanjan city are 600 cases which randomly include local capital variables, admission capacity and social- Geographical location was measured in informal settlements. The data were analyzed by SPSS software and then analyzed with the structural equation model (path analysis method) and how the variables affecting the local communities' capacity to communicate were analyzed. The results show that the establishment of local communities with local capital variables, acceptance capacity and geographical stimuli with a coefficient of influence greater than 0.7 and t-value higher than the confidence level of 1.96 have a significant relationship with the positive direction and the variables are also meaningful in each other. On the other hand, indicators for measuring the variables of local community capacity building capacity in an in-area scale are desirable and in an out-of-area scale that underscores the weakness of trust, the degree of influence, the level of participation of residents with urban management organizations.
Key words: Local communities, capacity, route analysis, informal settlement, Zanjan
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