PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 Editorial

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Published: January 1997
Participatory Learning and Action
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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 Editorial They adapt food path analysis to examine food Theme issue production. When completed, the diagram provides an `entry point' for community Most of the articles in this issue of the PLA discussions about the system under study. Notes explore the use of participatory approaches with fishing communities. They In the final article in the general section, van examine how participatory approaches can be Wijk explores how participatory approaches used to tackle the challenges of small scale can enhance project evaluation. Describing a sanitation and hygiene programme in southern fisheries development. The guest editor for the Niger, she shows how the programme theme section of the Notes is Marie Thérèse- benefited from an understanding of how adults Sarch, who worked with the Traditional Management of Artisanal Fisheries project in learn. This is described in the article. Northern Nigeria (see Sarch, this issue). She is Regular features currently completing her doctoral thesis examining interactions between fishing and farming activities in households at Lake Chad. The Extracts section in this issue draws on a letter from Lepcha and Virgo and comments on the use of ladders as props for research. It In this issue responds to ...

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