PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 Editorial

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Published: January 1991
Participatory Learning and Action
Product code:G01413

Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 Editorial This issue of RRA Notes returns to the normal concludes, the happiest amongst the officers format after the gloss of issue 13. It contains present was the Mandal Development Officer eight articles and a review of the returned as the exercise had gone so smoothly in a readership surveys. Gerry Gill makes an normally conflict-ridden village. The important contribution to the reliability and unhappiest were the 6 police constables, who validity concerns over data collected in PRA had no work to do. and RRA work. He compares rainfall information supplied by farmers in Nepal with Jennifer Sutton and Blair Orr describe the use `real' data of meteorological stations, and of the school essay method as a means of concludes that the farmers' information learning from school students about their and represents a remarkably good approximation. their families' perceptions and views of Moreover, the meteorological station data took latrines. The ninety essays contained 535 20 years to collect but, although the farmers' separate likes and dislikes. In a theoretical knowledge probably took as long to analyse piece, James Fairhead describes some and amass, it only took a matter of 45 minutes precautions and hints ...

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