RRA Notes 18: General Issue
This issue of RRA Notes is a general issue which reflects a rich diversity of both thoughtful and practical contributions from around the world.
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Some of the methods that are covered by the articles in this edition are: genealogies and mapping, pie diagrams, wealth ranking, and matrix ranking. Case studies are from India, Indonesia, Australia, Chad, Zimbabwe, Nepal, and the Philippines.
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Genealogies as a method of social mapping in PRA
David Mosse and Mona Mehta
Huub Gaymans and Yanti Maskoen
Finding out how people prioritise their food security problems in Chad: the challenges of RRA at national level
M. Buchanan-Smith, K. Abdelkader, M. Saleh Abdelmajid, A. Allemane, I. Banguita, Behom, S. Djel, B. Idrissa, U. Kleih, B. Mbailenang, F. Rivière, A. Sainibi, D. Tambayo and B. Vandou
Community participation in small and big villages
N. Narayanasamy and M.P. Boraian
Some observations on wealth ranking after an RRA looking at soil fertility management in Northeastern Zimbabwe
S. Carter, A. Chidiamassamba, P. Jeranyama, B. Mafukidze, G. Malakela, Z. Mvena, M. Mudhara, N. Nabane, S. Van Oosterhout-Campbell, L. Price and N. Sithole
Wealth ranking for agricultural research purposes in the Eastern Hills of Nepal
G.O'G. Sharrock, K. Waldie and Y. Joshi
PRA: an approach to find felt needs of crop varieties
M. Manoharan, K. Velayudham and N. Shunmugavalli