PLA 36: General Issue

This issue of Participatory Learning and Action is a general issue which includes reports from Ecuador, Tanzania and Zimbabwe.

PLA 36 coverOctober 1999

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Contents

Editorial

From terms of reference to participatory learning: using an evaluation's creative space
Joanne Harnmeijer

Experience with PRA training and hands-on implementation: results of an ex-post-study of PRA training courses
Gunde Gassner-Keita and Reiner Forster

Tackling difficult issues: lessons from research in Ecuador
Jeremy Cox

Force field analysis: applications in PRA
Somesh Kumar

'Say it with pictures': an account of a self assessment process in a dairy sector support project in Tanzania
Kate Forrester Kibuga and Steve Power

Social network analysis, social capital and their policy implications
Marion Gibbon and Durga Pokhrel

Can PRA methods be used to collect economic data? A non-timber forest product case study from Zimbabwe
Michael Richards, Jonathan Davies and William Cavendish

Snapshots from 'Deepening our understanding and practice: a conference on participatory development and beyond', August 25-27, 1999, Ottawa, Canada
Review by Françoise Coupal, with input from Helen Patterson, Susan Rimkus, Barbara Shaw, Tag A. Elkhazin, Robert Verbruggen, Shyma K. Bhurtel, Carlton Sulwe and Maritha Snyman

Tips for Trainers: Matrix ranking of PRA tools
John Rowley

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