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Stakeholder convergence is a widely practiced approach in development particularly towards developing sustainable community-based enterprises. This study aims to assess the contributions of convergence in the sustainability of these enterprises by examining the case of the chichacorn enterprise of Halog West Producers’ Cooperative. Results show that convergence was instrumental in the revival of the enterprise with the institutional support that enabled the enterprise to develop its capacities to continue and improve its operations, promising a more sustainable enterprise in the long run. Specifically, the study found that effective partnership, streamlined inter-agency coordination, and clear communication among stakeholders are significant factors contributing to the sustainability of the enterprise.

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