Market scoping: methods to help people understand their marketing environment (PLA 45)
Helping rural communities to understand markets and how they function can be difficult when people who do understand are unwilling to share knowledge to ensure their market share. This paper investigates the success of various participatory techniques to help inform people about markets, and how such knowledge should also be key in designing development projects.
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This article was published in PLA 45: Community-based animal healthcare (October 2002). ~Click on ‘More information’ to visit: www.planotes.org~Click on 'Additional information' to download individual articles for this issue of PLA.
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