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These statistics must be taken with caution, however, because many of the vulnerable poor in a community may not visit hospitals or health centers. Assessing a Community’s Capacity for Project Success Over the long term, outside organizations will not remain in the community to provide assistance. The current capacity of the community to manage development projects should be considered in project design. What current and recent projects have been implemented in the village, and how successful have they been?