PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 1 Correspondence corner

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Published: January 1993
Participatory Learning and Action
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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 1 Correspondence corner Louise Fortman, Nonthokozo Nabane, Robert Chambers, Selina Adjabeng-Asem, Chris Roche From: Louise Fortmann and of grazing areas. Women specified the location Nonthokozo Nabane of termite mounds which are an important source of firewood. While village leaders emphasize the importance gum woodlots In which neophytes are inspired by a (which they characterize as communal talk and rush out to do mapping with although they are in fact private), these no instructions other than to have appeared on NONE of the maps except the plenty of leaves for trees! map drawn by village leaders. Once a present- day map was drawn, we asked them to draw Participatory mapping of three resources was maps for 1970 and 1980. They told us they done with 5 groups of women, 1 group of men would draw a map for 1982 because that was and 1 group of elites (men with two `token' when the major changes took place. The women) in six villages (30-60 households steady decrease in tree resources was clearly each) comprising a grazing scheme. The indicated. Stay tuned for when we redo this resulting maps showed definite locality with (newly trained-in-sensitivity) Forestry differences ...

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