An integrated approach has interventions in the areas of health, education, participation and sustainability, food security, income and infrastructure.This means that the knowledge of the management organization must be large and its network extensive.
Essential to this approach is that all actions are supported by the community and preferably locally initiated. Of course the premise is to continue these action independently. The cycle of poverty can be broken it is the start of a gradual growth path.
The use of an integrated approach is effective but certainly not easy. MORE helps with this.