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    IMARK: Information Management Resource Kit

    Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2010
    IMARK is an e-learning initiative in agricultural information management.  It has been developed by FAO and partner organisations. IMARK is being created as a series of modules on the Internet and CD-ROM, offered free of charge, which introduce the latest concepts, approaches and tools for information management.IMARK outputs consist of:
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    Participatory farm management methods for analysis, decision making and communication

    Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2007
    Central to the use of Participatory Farming Management (PFM) methods is the understanding that the farmer is the decision maker and that he or she takes the risks associated with change, not the advisor or researcher.
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    Participatory gender analysis: a tool to promote gender equity within the Union Parishad in Bangladesh

    Intercooperation Bangladesh, 2009
    These guidelines have been prepared as a tool for conducting participatory discussion and analysis on the social position and condition of men and women within the context of the Union Parishad (UP) regional structure in Bangladesh.
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    IDASA Style Guide

    Institute for Democracy in South Africa, 2009
    Inconsistencies, misspellings and misuse of words and expressions can give a bad impression of piece of written work. This may even result in the work not being viewed as being professionally and competently produced.
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    Manual for the production of statistics on the information economy

    United Nations Asian Pacific Training Centre for Information and Communication Technology for Development, 2009
    The demand for statistics on information and communication technologies (ICT) is continuously increasing as more countries seek to design, monitor and review national policies.
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    SAS2: a guide to collaborative inquiry and social engagement

    International Development Research Centre, 2008
    Social issues should be addressed socially and in multi-stakeholder mode, not by private interest and experts alone in processes of knowledge production, planning and decision making. This guide is an important step in the creation and mobilisation of practical, authentic knowledge for social change.
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    Manual for the measurement of indicators for children in formal care

    Child Rights Information Network, 2009
    Without data on the situation of children in care, it is difficult for local child welfare authorities and national governments to monitor progress in preventing separation, promoting re-unification and ensuring the provision of appropriate alternative care.
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    Special issue of Emerging Themes in Epidemiology on survey issues

    Emerging Themes in Epidemiology, 2007
    This special issue of Emerging Themes in Epidemiology is entirely devoted to survey methods in certain 'difficult' settings, such as emergencies, remote regions without easily available sampling frames, hidden and vulnerable population groups, urban slums and populations living under strong political pressure.
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    Analysing disrupted health sectors - Manual

    World Health Organization, 2009
    Providing health services in fragile states and conflict affected settings is a challenge. This manual, published by the World Health Organization, provides guidance to analysts of troubled health sectors, in countries on the verge of an economic, political and/or military catastrophe, protracted crises and situations of transition from disaster to recovery.
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    Institutional learning and change initiative

    Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research, 2009
    This online sourcebook is intended for use by all those who are responsible for planning, managing, carrying out or evaluating research and development and who wish to improve their effectiveness in contributing to the Millennium Development Goals. It highlights concepts and conceptual frameworks for fostering learning and performance enhancing change in research organizations.

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