Mixing and matching methodologies in Redd Barna Uganda

Publication year: 
1997

This paper is about the use of various methodologies such as PRA, basic communication skills, mediated learning experience and log frame in developing a community and group action plans. The use of these tools in the context of child support programmes, which aim at enhancing the development, survival, protection participation of children, are discussed. Redd Barna Uganda's experience in using a mix and match method and the process involved in it are explained. The complementarity between log frame and PRA methods, especially in the development of a community action plan after the local situational analysis is done, is emphasised for widening the scope of PRA. Questions are raised on some of the key issues, such as how to sustain community participation in the long run.

Source publication information
Journal Title: 
PLA notes
Volume: 
No. 28
Pages: 
79-83
Publisher
IIED
IIED, 3 Endsleigh St, London WC1H 0DD, UK
London
Publisher reference: 
International Institute for Environment and Development

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