Targeted Intervention (TI) and CLCP: Target and Universal Coverage

The main difference between Targeted Intervention (TI) and CLCP is in the coverage. For TI by its very nature targets only a subset in a community, while CLCP involves the entire community or universe in consideration, thereby ensuring universal coverage.

In an earlier post, I had presented coverage as two dimensional, where we saw how CLCP covered a community in entirety whereas TI did not. Read more at:

However if we consider, the additional inputs procured by CLCP, namely that of Community Resources, and the Services provided by fulfillment of all the dreams, then we have to see the picture in three dimensions. Thus in this picture, there are three main CLCP dimensional limbs on which coverage increases from the targeted subset shown as light blue cube, to the the transparent red-outlined CLCP universal cube.

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Comment by Gaston on November 10, 2011 at 9:05am

Brilliant visualization. Thank you Rafique. I'll use that some time if you don't mind! Do you have the initial doc that can be edited? 


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