That will lead to more security, health, education, affluence
and of course well-being.
The so called Social Capital is built on trust, solidarity to provide public goods, friendliness,
gifts, helpfulness and hospitality.
Social Capital is no matter of money. We can find it in poor rural areas as
well as in urban districts. Read a current (April 2016) introduction in Social Capital here.
This tool is made to score and to improve trust, solidarity, friendliness and
helpfulness and public goods at your place.
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in your town or village.