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  1. Key Resource 1999-01-01 2 copies Participatory Rural Appraisal and Planning is a methodology which combines different participatory tools. The approach allows community groups to appraise and analyze their realities, and formulate realistic project proposals based on local needs. This workbook is based on field...  
  2. Key Resource 1989-03-01 Indigenous knowledge systems permeate all that we do and think and believe, The have evolved from years of experience and trial-and-error problem solving by groups of people working to meet the challenges they face in their local environments, drawing on the the resources they have at hand.  
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  4. 1993-09-27 The Proceedings includes the papers that were received from the multitude of individuals who have written about their thoughts and experiences regarding sustainable village-based development. This publication includes papers on expanding and empowering human resources, establishing a viable...  
  5. In this publication will be found examples of sensible endeavour from modest beginnings, backed by research, training, long-range perspectives, consistent application, and practical incentives to producers rather than mere exhortations. These examples may be found among others, in Belize, Kenya,...  
  6. 2006-01-01 Healthy Food, Farms and Families focuses on how we can address the hunger and poverty in rural America. 175 pages,photos  
  7. 1998-01-01 The authors address three basic questions about agricultural development in low- and middle-income countries: What are the strategic roles of agriculture in national development strategies? How can the agrarian transformation be accelerated? How can rural economic development be promoted to...  
  8. 1987-01-19 Communicating Development is basically a consolidation of lessons gained by the community facilitators of the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) in developing communication materials.  
  9. Investigates nonformal education programs in developing countries, viewing their potential as a vehicle for national growth through the training of farmers, small businessmen, and craftsmen.  
  10. 2007-01-20 The book describes an attempt to develop a method which will help people to document their experiences, focusing on the detailed description and analysis of a set of activities carried out in the field and their results and impact. The method has proved to be adaptable enough to be relevant for...