1. 1/1/1986 This book is a catalogue of information that supports the activities of village workers all over Papua New Guinea.
  2. 1/4/1979 World Bank Staff Working Paper no. 324 88 pages
  3. 1/1/1978 This thesis attempts to determine whether a person's ability to read has a causal influence on that person's adopting modern farm practices. A review of eighteen field studies undertaken in developing countries of Asia and South America reveals that literacy and the adoption of agricultural...
  4. 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,...
  5. This resource book consists of a compilation of proven experiences from Asia that are totally field-derived. This book is the result of the participatory workshop process conducted on September 18-28, 2000 at the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction.
  6. This study aims to understand the effect increased vegetable production has on the ruralpopulation beyond the direct farm level. The objectives of this project are to analyze the impact of vegetable commercialization and agribusiness developmnt on off-farm emplyment opportunities and wages,...
  7. This document is intedded for aquaculture development specialists, aquaculture project managers, and officials and specialists involved in the planning and management of aquaculture activities. It is intended to provide an introduction to Rapid Rual Appraisal and Participatory Rural Appraisal for...
  8. Successful agricultural development projects usually involve farmers as an essential step in the process. This planning guide is intended for all who are concerned with irrigation development. This guide suggests the needs and benefits of involving farmers, gives principles and guidelines for...
  9. 1/1/1996 This workbook provides an understanding of the concept of systematization, methods to plan for, follow-up, evaluate and improve processes and results of development projects, some useful tools for conducting the systematization process.
  10. Questioning the dominant approaches taken by many professionals concerned with rural development the theme of this book is that "we" - the professionals - are much of the problem. New frontiers could be opened by reversing many ideas and practices.