PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 9 Women's PRA in Hindupur

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Published: January 1993
Participatory Learning and Action
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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 9 Women's PRA in Hindupur Eva Robinson Introduction and learnt from each other. All participants were able to take an active part in some A new kind of PRA workshop was held at exercise and sharpen their skills. Issues specially related to women were discussed Kethagani Cheruvu village, near Hindupur on during the exercises, but due to lack of time November 19-21, 1991. This was a first in the and/or expertise of the participants, we could HIDA/MYRADA Agroforestry Network, and, I believe, a first in the PRA experience in not explore all the topics adequately. Much South India for which only women more work needs to be done in this area. participants were invited to attend. All, except one of the resource people were women as Highlights well. Some observations were made about ways in The reason for calling an all-women PRA is which a PRA for and with women is different because it has been difficult to get women from our previous experiences when men were participants from NGOs in previous present. workshops. Those women who did come, · confessed that they were inhibited to interact Women embraced new ideas easily with freely ...

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