PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 20 Success ranking in Garba Tulla, Kenya

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Published: January 1994
Participatory Learning and Action
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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 20 Success ranking in Garba Tulla, Kenya Stella Maranga The procedure was as follows: Introduction · A list of all restocked households was obtained in each of the four manyattas Success ranking is an adaptation of the wealth where restocking had taken place ranking technique and was first used in the (manyattas are town residential areas evaluation of a restocking project in Garba based loosely on traditional units); Tulla in Isiolo District in north eastern Kenya. The Catholic mission had initiated a · Informants (both men and women, most of restocking project to help displaced families whom had been restocked) from these go back to a `traditional' pastoral way of life, manyattas were then asked to rank by giving them goats. ITDG was asked to households according to their perception evaluate the project. of the household's success; · The informants were asked to say what Formal monitoring had failed to yield useful criteria they had used for deciding the information on the success of the project due level of success and also the most to the distances that pastoralists move and also important determinants for success and/or the low literacy levels of the people ...

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(1994). PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 20 Success ranking in Garba Tulla, Kenya. .
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