PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 7 Some observations on wealth ranking after an RRA looking at soil fertility management in Northeastern Zimbabwe

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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 7 Some observations on wealth ranking after an RRA looking at soil fertility management in Northeastern Zimbabwe S.E. Carter, A. Chidiamassamba, P. Jeranyama, B. Mafukidze, G.P. Malakela, Z. Mvena, M. Mudhara, N. Nabane, S.A.M. Van Oosterhout-Campbell, L. Price and N. Sithole In a recent RRA in Mutoko communal area, turn people away. As it happened this worked Mashonaland East, Grandin's (1988) wealth out rather fortuitously, because we were able ranking technique was used by a to use the groups to verify the list of multidisciplinary team to elicit a stratification households prior to ranking. Households that of households in two villages. The focus of the nobody recognised were discarded, whilst study was farmers' use of different techniques participants added a number of households for soil fertility management. The first part of that had been omitted. this article looks in hindsight at the usefulness of wealth ranking for this and other The participants divided themselves into three applications in the field of natural resource groups. The first (Group A) consisted of two management. The second part of the article respondents, a married man in his twenties, details some errors we made with the and one ...

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(1993). PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 7 Some observations on wealth ranking after an RRA looking at soil fertility management in Northeastern Zimbabwe. .
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