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The participation of stakeholders beyond the drafting process of Poverty Reduction Strategies
W. Eberlei / Social Development, World Bank 2007
This paper is part of a research project analysing the participation of stakeholders beyond the drafting process of Poverty Reduction Strategies (PRS). A number of constraints impede meaningful participation in many countries. However...
 Farmer Participatory Research in Northern Tanzania: the FARM-Africa model
R. Ewbank; A. Kasindei; F. Kimaro; S. Slaa / Farm Africa 2007
This document reviews the demand-led participatory model of farmer research and extension implemented by FARM-Africa Tanzania in their Babati Rural Development Research project (2000–2005). Farmer Participatory Research (FP...
How to create opportunities for young people to engage in development processes
J. Schölvinck; S. Zelenev / United Nations [UN] Programme on Youth 2007
The World Youth Report 2007 argues that to benefit from young people’s capabilities, societies must ensure that opportunities for youth to be engaged in development processes are nurtured and protected.  The report notes th...
Towards wellbeing in forest communities: a sourcebook for local government
M., A. Albornoz; M. Becker; A. Cahyat / Center for International Forestry Research 2008
Local governments have an important role to play in enhancing the wellbeing of forest communities, yet often lack the capacity to understand and address local needs. This source book provides a useful resource for local governments, l...
Where is the Farmer First agenda twenty years on? 
Future Agricultures Consortium 2007
Over the past two decades, the Farmer First perspective has provided a powerful critique of the conventional organisation and application of agricultural R&D, with its emphasis on transfer of technology models. On 12-14 Dec, twent...
Can a north-south partnership ever be truly equal?
Y-P. Le Meur / Groupe de recherche et d'échanges technologiques 2007
Analysing the history of a 10 years partnership between GRET and CEDAC, a French and a Cambodian NGO, working together on rural development issues in Cambodia, this paper highlights numerous lessons on partnership and capacity buildin...
Local contexts influence the outcomes of participatory budgeting
Warwick E. Murray; T. Wood / Centre for Latin American Research and Documentation, University of Amsterdam 2007
This paper presents a comparative evaluation of participatory budgeting experience in the cities of Porto Alegre and Belo Horizonte in Brazil with the objective of finding out how local circumstances or geographies can affect outcomes...
Less social protection and further marginalisation in the Arab region
Z. Abdel Samad; D. Zeidan / Social Watch 2007
According to current trends, future prospects in the Arab region appear to point towards less protection and further marginalisation of the unemployed, the abject poor, and workers in the informal sector. Such negative projections ste...
Lessons learned from community-based climate change adaptation projects in South-Eastern Africa
Climate Change, International Institute for Sustainable Development 2007
Across south-eastern Africa, organisations are developing and implementing projects specifically designed to support adaptation to climate change, many at the community level. This paper reports on a workshop that brought togethe...
Participatory forest management in South Asia: lessons from Nepal, India and Bhutan
J. Statz; R. Kotru; H. Beukeboom / International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, (ICIMOD), Nepal 2007
Community participation in natural resource management and ecosystem conservation has been widely practised during the last two decades in countries of the Himalayan region, particularly in Nepal, India, and Bhutan. However, success a...
Items 1671 to 1106 of 1106

Items 1671 to 1106 of 1106

The participation of stakeholders beyond the drafting process of Poverty Reduction Strategies
W. Eberlei / Social Development, World Bank 2007
This paper is part of a research project analysing the participation of stakeholders beyond the drafting process of Poverty Reduction Strategies (PRS). A number of constraints impede meaningful participation in many countries. However...
 Farmer Participatory Research in Northern Tanzania: the FARM-Africa model
R. Ewbank; A. Kasindei; F. Kimaro; S. Slaa / Farm Africa 2007
This document reviews the demand-led participatory model of farmer research and extension implemented by FARM-Africa Tanzania in their Babati Rural Development Research project (2000–2005). Farmer Participatory Research (FP...
How to create opportunities for young people to engage in development processes
J. Schölvinck; S. Zelenev / United Nations [UN] Programme on Youth 2007
The World Youth Report 2007 argues that to benefit from young people’s capabilities, societies must ensure that opportunities for youth to be engaged in development processes are nurtured and protected.  The report notes th...
Towards wellbeing in forest communities: a sourcebook for local government
M., A. Albornoz; M. Becker; A. Cahyat / Center for International Forestry Research 2008
Local governments have an important role to play in enhancing the wellbeing of forest communities, yet often lack the capacity to understand and address local needs. This source book provides a useful resource for local governments, l...
Where is the Farmer First agenda twenty years on? 
Future Agricultures Consortium 2007
Over the past two decades, the Farmer First perspective has provided a powerful critique of the conventional organisation and application of agricultural R&D, with its emphasis on transfer of technology models. On 12-14 Dec, twent...
Can a north-south partnership ever be truly equal?
Y-P. Le Meur / Groupe de recherche et d'échanges technologiques 2007
Analysing the history of a 10 years partnership between GRET and CEDAC, a French and a Cambodian NGO, working together on rural development issues in Cambodia, this paper highlights numerous lessons on partnership and capacity buildin...
Local contexts influence the outcomes of participatory budgeting
Warwick E. Murray; T. Wood / Centre for Latin American Research and Documentation, University of Amsterdam 2007
This paper presents a comparative evaluation of participatory budgeting experience in the cities of Porto Alegre and Belo Horizonte in Brazil with the objective of finding out how local circumstances or geographies can affect outcomes...
Less social protection and further marginalisation in the Arab region
Z. Abdel Samad; D. Zeidan / Social Watch 2007
According to current trends, future prospects in the Arab region appear to point towards less protection and further marginalisation of the unemployed, the abject poor, and workers in the informal sector. Such negative projections ste...
Lessons learned from community-based climate change adaptation projects in South-Eastern Africa
Climate Change, International Institute for Sustainable Development 2007
Across south-eastern Africa, organisations are developing and implementing projects specifically designed to support adaptation to climate change, many at the community level. This paper reports on a workshop that brought togethe...
Participatory forest management in South Asia: lessons from Nepal, India and Bhutan
J. Statz; R. Kotru; H. Beukeboom / International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, (ICIMOD), Nepal 2007
Community participation in natural resource management and ecosystem conservation has been widely practised during the last two decades in countries of the Himalayan region, particularly in Nepal, India, and Bhutan. However, success a...
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