Participatory modelling in North Omo, Ethiopia: investigating the perceptions of different groups through models.

Publication year: 
1991

Participatory modelling was organised by a team on a training course in North Omo. To avoid the men dominating the activity, as is usual if only one group is formed, the group was divided into men, women and children. Each group created a model which showed their different perceptions and " a version of their area which begs certain emphases and areas for intervention."

Interest groups: 
This article describes how a specific PRA method (modelling) can be used to identify and analyse gender differences.
Source publication information
Journal Title: 
RRA Notes
Volume: 
14
Pages: 
24 - 25
Publisher
IIED, 3 Endsleigh Street, London WC1H ODD, UK
Holdings: 
IIED