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The role of local initiatives in bringing about change in Brazil
P. Spink / Expert Group on Development Issues, Department for International Development Cooperation. Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sweden 2006
This paper outlines the early lessons learned from the Public Management and Citizenship Program set up in Brazil in 1996. The programme is one of ten similar initiatives in the USA, China, Philippines, Africa and South America, which...
Making civil society participation meaningful
K. Kalla / CARE International 2006
This report, published by CARE International, explores civil society experiences and lessons learned in the country-level review processes of the United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on HIV/AIDS. It draws on survey...
How to incorporate evidence-informed practice into service delivery
C. Atherton; M. Barratt; R. Hodson; S. Flood / Research in Practice 2005
This handbook aims to help teams develop a culture and practice whereby knowing the research background on a topic becomes second nature in delivering a professional service. Recognising that most researchers work in teams with other ...
An analysis of institutions, conflicts and actors in water management, Vietnam
P-Y. Le Meur; D. Hauswirth; T. Leurent; T. Lienhard / Groupe de recherche et d'échanges technologiques 2005
This document takes a historical view of the relations between individual and collective actors in local water management in the Mekong Delta in southern Vietnam. It identifies and analysis the genesis and operation of institutional a...
Do participatory methodologies live up to their name?
P. Lavigne Delville; M. Mathieu; N. Sellamna / Groupe de recherche et d'échanges technologiques 2001
Participatory methodologies in agricultural research and development are undoubtedly one of the mainstays of the nineties. But do these methodologies really live up to their ambition to change the nature of the relationships between f...
Giving children a voice in poverty policy making in Vietnam
P.T. Lan; N. Jones / Save the Children Fund 2005
This paper is part of a series of working papers published by the Young Lives project, a longitudinal study of childhood poverty in Ethiopia, India, Peru, and Vietnam. This research, based in Vietnam, aims to contextualise efforts to ...
Policy recommendations for a pro-development intellectual property rights agenda using a human rights framework
threeD 2006
Aimed at policy makers and advocates this briefing examines proposals for the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Development Agenda from a human rights perspective. Drawing on the Friends of Development and Africa Group&#...
Integrate quantitative data analysis, qualitative data analysis, and participatory tools on the Chottanagpur Plateau, India
A. Rew; S. Khan; M. Rew / Q-Squared: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches in Poverty Analysis 2005
This study reports examines the problems experienced in attempting to integrate quantitative data analysis, qualitative data analysis, and participatory tools (PRA and PLA) for the Chottanagpur Plateau—involving parts of three In...
Comparing qualitative and quantitative research on poverty in KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa
M. Adato; F. Lund; P. Mhlongo / Q-Squared: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches in Poverty Analysis 2005
The paper presents the methodology used in qualitative research on poverty in KwaZulu- Natal province in South Africa. It focuses on changes in the poverty status of households in the years following South Africa’s democratic tra...
Participation in social fund management in Malawi and Zambia
A. Vajja; H. White / Q-Squared: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches in Poverty Analysis 2006
The paper examines community participation in social funds projects in Malawi and Zambia, and at the participatory processes through which the funds are dispersed. The authors find that: the Zambia and Malawi soc...
Items 1 to 10 of 237

Items 1 to 10 of 237

The role of local initiatives in bringing about change in Brazil
P. Spink / Expert Group on Development Issues, Department for International Development Cooperation. Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sweden 2006
This paper outlines the early lessons learned from the Public Management and Citizenship Program set up in Brazil in 1996. The programme is one of ten similar initiatives in the USA, China, Philippines, Africa and South America, which...
Making civil society participation meaningful
K. Kalla / CARE International 2006
This report, published by CARE International, explores civil society experiences and lessons learned in the country-level review processes of the United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on HIV/AIDS. It draws on survey...
How to incorporate evidence-informed practice into service delivery
C. Atherton; M. Barratt; R. Hodson; S. Flood / Research in Practice 2005
This handbook aims to help teams develop a culture and practice whereby knowing the research background on a topic becomes second nature in delivering a professional service. Recognising that most researchers work in teams with other ...
An analysis of institutions, conflicts and actors in water management, Vietnam
P-Y. Le Meur; D. Hauswirth; T. Leurent; T. Lienhard / Groupe de recherche et d'échanges technologiques 2005
This document takes a historical view of the relations between individual and collective actors in local water management in the Mekong Delta in southern Vietnam. It identifies and analysis the genesis and operation of institutional a...
Do participatory methodologies live up to their name?
P. Lavigne Delville; M. Mathieu; N. Sellamna / Groupe de recherche et d'échanges technologiques 2001
Participatory methodologies in agricultural research and development are undoubtedly one of the mainstays of the nineties. But do these methodologies really live up to their ambition to change the nature of the relationships between f...
Giving children a voice in poverty policy making in Vietnam
P.T. Lan; N. Jones / Save the Children Fund 2005
This paper is part of a series of working papers published by the Young Lives project, a longitudinal study of childhood poverty in Ethiopia, India, Peru, and Vietnam. This research, based in Vietnam, aims to contextualise efforts to ...
Policy recommendations for a pro-development intellectual property rights agenda using a human rights framework
threeD 2006
Aimed at policy makers and advocates this briefing examines proposals for the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Development Agenda from a human rights perspective. Drawing on the Friends of Development and Africa Group&#...
Integrate quantitative data analysis, qualitative data analysis, and participatory tools on the Chottanagpur Plateau, India
A. Rew; S. Khan; M. Rew / Q-Squared: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches in Poverty Analysis 2005
This study reports examines the problems experienced in attempting to integrate quantitative data analysis, qualitative data analysis, and participatory tools (PRA and PLA) for the Chottanagpur Plateau—involving parts of three In...
Comparing qualitative and quantitative research on poverty in KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa
M. Adato; F. Lund; P. Mhlongo / Q-Squared: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches in Poverty Analysis 2005
The paper presents the methodology used in qualitative research on poverty in KwaZulu- Natal province in South Africa. It focuses on changes in the poverty status of households in the years following South Africa’s democratic tra...
Participation in social fund management in Malawi and Zambia
A. Vajja; H. White / Q-Squared: Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches in Poverty Analysis 2006
The paper examines community participation in social funds projects in Malawi and Zambia, and at the participatory processes through which the funds are dispersed. The authors find that: the Zambia and Malawi soc...
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