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  1. 1995-04-01 This guide provides information on HIV/AIDS resources in Burkina Faso, Chad, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Senegal, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda. It was published to help people across Africa's drylands to find out who can offer assistance in community-based initiatives on HIV/AIDS....
  2. 2022-11-15 Session:A Session on Community-Saving Grains. Topics explored in this session include: A description of a Savings Group program in West Africa Food management groups in light of a hunger problem Why should farmers go in debt to buy back their own food? Adequate Storage Storgae Design and Methods...
  3. 2022-11-15 Session :This session includes the importance of community participation in setting up Water Systems. Presenter :Robert joins ECHO as the Agricultural Technical Writer. He graduated from the University of Florida and the PanAmerican Agricultural College and has a Masters in Soil and Water...
  4. 2004-01-09 This issue of Compas Magazine tries to find some answers to these questions, and present interesting cases, both from within and outside the network of Compas partner organisations. Some of the conclusions so far are that community diagnosis can be an empowering process for the community. It...
  5. 2012-01-01 This report provides the summary findings of the CAPTURED End Evaluation. In addition, three country evaluation reports have been produced, based on the work of the CAPTURED partners in Bolivia, Ghana and India. As noted in the ToR document, the purpose of this evaluation of the Program for...
  6. Session:Securing the long-term health of Northern Tanzania’s rangelands is critical for both biodiversity conservation and human development initiatives. Threatened by climate change and overburdened resource use, the future of pastoralist communities whose livestock depend on healthy pastures is...
  7. Session:Honeyguide is in the business of conservation, central to our approach is the idea that community conservation areas can succeed when run as social enterprises, meaning they are environmentally, financially, and socially sustainable. Pastoral communities in northern Tanzania have...
  8. FAO, 2021 A Tool to Strengthen Local Land Governance Respecting free, prior and informed consent is a collective right that belongs to every member of a community. This means that communities have the right to make decisions through their own freely chosen representatives and their institutions,...
  9. 2021-05-20 LEGS Participation Mini Module Suji Omeno In this Mini Module, LEGS provides key techniques to aid and facilitate community participation. Some of the techniques includeFocus Group Discussions,Key Informant Interviews,Proportional Piling, Simple Ranking,Pairwise Ranking,Matrix Scoring,Historical...
  10. 2020-01-20 LEGS Briefing Paper This Briefing Paper considers how community-based animal health (CBAH) services that assist livestock owning communities can be better supported by implementing agencies, and draws on the lessons learnt from a LEGS Operational Research project funded by USAID/OFDA. The...