Analysis of the environmental and social situation in Nahi Gewog, Wangdi-Phodrang District

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This report is of an RRA training workshop which was carried out in one of the pilot sites of the Bhutan-German Integrated Forest Management Project in Wangdi District, Bhutan, in 1995. The first part of the report outlines the purpose and approach of the different methods, and how they were used in the field. They included mapping, transects, semi-structured interviewing and focus group interviews, seasonal calendars, tree ranking, institutional diagramming, wealth/well-being ranking, 'vision-drawing' by children, and problem ranking. The results were then presented at a feedback meeting with municipality representatives. The second part of the report presents the findings of the RRA.

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May be of interest to PRA trainers. The 'vision-drawing' technique used with children will also be of interest
Source publication information
Working paper, no.3
Results of a rapid rural appraisal, 21-24 June, 1995
36 p.
Bhutan-German Integrated Forest Management Project
Bhutan-German Integrated Forest Management Project, PO Box 362, Thimphu/Bhutan
Thimphu, Bhutan
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Bhutan-German Integrated Forest Management Project

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D : Agriculture and NRM : Forestry and agroforestry 875