Rapid Rural Appraisal strategies for collecting and analysing data: Papua New Guinea Export Tree Crops Study

Publication year: 
1986

This paper establishes models for the collection and analysing of data for the Papua New Guinea Tree Crops Study. Four schemes of rural data collection are distinguished: pure monitoring; research for large-scale projects; research that is participatory and small-scale; and, research that strikes a balance btween the second and third schemes. The paper states that the Papua New Guinea Export Tree Crops Study requires characteristics from all of these schemes and attempts to provide a sythesis of "top down" and "bottom up" approaches for this study.

Interest groups: 
This paper may be of interest to government policy makers and planners in the South, NGO fieldworkers, agriculturalists and agricultural researchers.
Pages: 
17 p
Publisher
Vice Chancellor, Sussex University
Conference: 
Smallholding Sector Workshop
Conference Location: 
Goroka, Papua New Guinea

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