Table 2. The frequency of coded responses at each level of success category. Scores for each category, sub-category, and ingredient and picture represent the percentage of the total respondents (n = 65). There was no double counting between categories and sub-categories. If a respondent discussed the need for a successful CCA to be locally driven and supported, they were coded at the sub-category level—locally driven (Ingredient) and locally supported (Ingredient), but only once at the broad category—locus of control. The scores were not weighted.

Broad Category Score Sub-category Score   Ingredient   Picture
Locus of control 94% (n = 61) Locally Driven 46% (n = 30)   26% (n = 17)   25% (n = 16)
Local Support 60% (n = 39)   31% (n = 20)   34% (n = 22)
Local Characteristics 77% (n = 50)   48% (n = 31)   43% (n = 28)
Local benefits 72% (n = 47) Needs Satisfied 52% (n = 34)   9% (n = 6)   45% (n = 29)
Provision of Incentives 37% (n = 24)   20% (n = 13)   19% (n12)
Resource focus 63% (n = 41) Locally Defined 26% (n = 17)   20% (n = 13)   8% (n = 5)
Ecologically Defined 49% (n = 32)   15% (n = 10)   42% (n = 27)
Management 100% (n = 65) Appropriate Style 91% (n = 59)   68% (n = 44)   43% (n = 28)
Operations and Structure 74% (n = 48)   46% (n = 30)   34% (n = 22)
Adequate Capacity 57% (n = 33)   12% (n = 8)   46% (n = 30)
External involvement 77% (n = 50) Nature of Involvement 54% (n = 35)   48% (n = 31)   14% (n = 9)
Type of Support 54% (n = 35)   35% (n = 23)   23% (n = 15)