RRA and post production systems research: a training experience

Publication year: 
1989

A report on a 9 day RRA training exercise, which discusses the rationale behind the use of RRA, details four days of field experiences and detailed reflections on both the content of the course and the field training. Both positive aspects and concerns were expressed. The participants on the training course were split into three groups for field work, and the second section of the report illustrates their experiences in the form of case studies. A brief description and history of each village is followed up with detailed information about seasonality, cropping patterns, food processing, nutritional and livestock issues. There are numerous illustrations. As well as an analysis of farmers constraints there is a detailed discussion on the methods and approach used.

Interest groups: 
Of interest to those using RRA, or tracing the changes between RRA and PRA over the last decade
Pages: 
91 p.
Publisher
IIED
IIED, 3 Endsleigh Street, London WC1H 0DD, UK
London
Publisher reference: 
International Institute for Environment and Development