PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 Editorial

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Published: January 1993
Participatory Learning and Action
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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 Editorial This issue reflects again the rich diversity of that, in general, smaller villages are easier to both thoughtful and practical contributions work in. from around the world. To start off, just a reminder that RRA Notes 19 will focus on However, we are not always in a position to training issues. We welcome any work only at the small village level. To contributions, preferably short experiences or encourage us, we take a look at three case reflections. In the near future we hope to pull studies, each of which describe work at together two further focus issues: different levels, from the village level to the national level. Huub Gaymans and Yanti · PRA and gender; and, Maskoen provide a look at the Indonesian · PRA and livestock. context in their discussion of a community self- survey on water sanitation activities. We also welcome any experiences relating to Community members used questionnaires and these themes. mapping as the basis for the planning, improvement and construction of facilities. This issue starts with a valuable The authors say the process must go beyond methodological contribution on genealogies, data collection by the community, to giving which are ...

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