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Avoiding irrelevant information: strengthening information and knowledge networks for the poor
Megan Lloyd-Laney; Andrew Scott; Heather Mackay; Rona Wilkinson / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2003
Information services on appropriate technology (AT) provided to the poor do not benefit them as much as they could. Although a wide range of organisations provide such resources to the poor, inappropriate services and lack of co-ordin...
Challenging top-down reporting: a revolution in farm journalism in southern India
Shree Padre; Sudarshana; Robert Tripp / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
Agricultural journalism often describes techniques which have not been tested on farmer’s fields. Can farm journalism be shifted to incorporate the views and experience of farmers? How should we invest in building editorial capac...
Black box of social capital: gender and Indonesian urban-rural networks
Rachel Silvey; Rebecca Elmhirst / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
Is social capital analysis gender blind? It may be a popular method for understanding how individuals can improve or maintain their positions in society, but has it ignored gendered intrahousehold issues of power and hierarchy? Do we ...
Ask the experts. Understanding farmers' communications networks the participatory way
Ricardo Ramirez / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
How do farmers get new information about farming and from whom? Ricardo Ramirez has developed a method that uses PRA (participatory rural appraisal) tools to find out the answer to this question from farmers themselves. His experiment...
Items 641 to 4 of 4

Items 641 to 4 of 4

Avoiding irrelevant information: strengthening information and knowledge networks for the poor
Megan Lloyd-Laney; Andrew Scott; Heather Mackay; Rona Wilkinson / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2003
Information services on appropriate technology (AT) provided to the poor do not benefit them as much as they could. Although a wide range of organisations provide such resources to the poor, inappropriate services and lack of co-ordin...
Challenging top-down reporting: a revolution in farm journalism in southern India
Shree Padre; Sudarshana; Robert Tripp / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
Agricultural journalism often describes techniques which have not been tested on farmer’s fields. Can farm journalism be shifted to incorporate the views and experience of farmers? How should we invest in building editorial capac...
Black box of social capital: gender and Indonesian urban-rural networks
Rachel Silvey; Rebecca Elmhirst / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
Is social capital analysis gender blind? It may be a popular method for understanding how individuals can improve or maintain their positions in society, but has it ignored gendered intrahousehold issues of power and hierarchy? Do we ...
Ask the experts. Understanding farmers' communications networks the participatory way
Ricardo Ramirez / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
How do farmers get new information about farming and from whom? Ricardo Ramirez has developed a method that uses PRA (participatory rural appraisal) tools to find out the answer to this question from farmers themselves. His experiment...
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