I saw you write that free food is not the place to start. However, with programs such as this I think it can be a place to start. Do you encourage tribal programs in this nature?
I live in Nicaragua, and I would say that 50% of the people here belong to tribal businesses exactly as you describe them. Still, a few rich manage to maintain strict hierarchy, and food under lock and key.
From the evidence here, it doesn´t seem that purely tribal business “works”(domination system evolves to suck it in). It also occurs to me that this idea of tribal business has forgotten many other aspects which made tribes “work.”