Workshop on AKRSP's Experience with PRAP

Publication year: 
1990

A workshop was held on AKRSP's experience with Participatory Rural Appraisal and Planning (PRAP). The background papers explain how PRAP was developed from RRA, and became integral to project planning. Details of PRAP methodology, organisation and reporting systems are given and a typical four day PRAP described. The report of the workshop gives more detail of planning and conducting PRAP exercises, discussing specific PRA methods like transects. Training strategies are analysed and the annexures include a list of proposed indicators of a good PRAP.

Interest groups: 
These papers show how a PRA approach can be integral to NGO project planning and implementation, so would interest trainers, fieldworkers and planners in NGOs.
Source publication information
Source: 
Mimeo
Pages: 
15p.
Publisher
AKRSP
Aga Khan Rural Support Programme, India.
India
Holdings: 
IDS
Publisher reference: 
AKRSP

How to find this resource

Shelfmark in IDS Resource Centre
A : Participatory Approaches : RRA and early days of PRA 148