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Bridging diversity : participatory learning for responsive development / Lawrence F. Salmen and Eileen Kane.

By: Salmen, Lawrence F, 1942-.
Contributor(s): Kane, Eileen | World Bank.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HC60 .S25 2006Series: Directions in development (Washington, D.C.): Publication: Washington, DC : World Bank, c2006Description: xviii, 144 p. : ill.ISBN: 0821363360; 9780821363362; 0821363379; 9780821363379.Subject(s): Economic assistance -- Developing countries -- Evaluation | Economic development projects -- Developing countries -- Evaluation
Contents:
1. Participation in Development Learning -- 2. Participatory Approaches for Learning, Policy, and Action -- 3 . Building Bridges between Participatory Research and Policy -- 4. Building Bridges between Divisive Dichotomies in Development Learning -- 5. Major Bridgings: Building Integrated Learning for Responsive Development -- 6. Recommendations for the World Bank and Other Development Agencies -- Appendix 1. Beneficiary Assessment: An Approach Described -- Appendix 2. Terms of Reference for a Consultant in Participatory Research -- 2.1 How Beneficiary Assessment Began -- 2.2 The Niger PPA -- 2.3 The Uganda Citizen Report Card at the Community Level -- 2.4 Beneficiary Assessment of Agricultural Extension in Senegal -- 3.1 Social Funds in Zambia: Beneficiary Assessments That Affected Policy -- 3.2 Quantification from a "Qualitative" Research Technique: Beneficiary Assessment for an HIV/AIDS Project in Niger -- 4.1 Diverse Techniques Representing Various Philosophies from the Original Beneficiary Assessment on Slum Upgrading in La Paz, Bolivia -- 4.2 Factors Underlying Actual and Reported School Attendance Rates for Girls in Turkey --
4.3 Different Perceptions of School Among Children and Adults in Northeastern Brazil -- 4.4 Adapting Communication on HIV/AIDS to Local Cultural Realities: The Beneficiary Assessment in Niger -- 4.5 India Tuberculosis Control Project -- 4.6 Sampling in the Niger PPA -- 5.1 Why Children Did Not Attend Primary School in Mali: Triangulation in a Beneficiary Assessment -- 6.1 Neglected Feeder Roads in an Agricultural Project -- 2.1 A High-Case Scenario for Participation in CASs -- 4.1 The Roots of Participatory Approaches -- 4.2 Future Challenges in Participatory Research -- 5.1A Project Using Beneficiary Assessment Integrated with Other Learning Tools -- 5.2 The Community Research Process ǂg 107 -- 2A.1 Research Matrix -- 2.1 ǂt Characteristics of Participatory Approaches -- 4.1 Comparison of Participatory Approaches in Relation to Dichotomies -- 5.1 Features of Beneficiary Assessment.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 129-137) and index.

1. Participation in Development Learning -- 2. Participatory Approaches for Learning, Policy, and Action -- 3 . Building Bridges between Participatory Research and Policy -- 4. Building Bridges between Divisive Dichotomies in Development Learning -- 5. Major Bridgings: Building Integrated Learning for Responsive Development -- 6. Recommendations for the World Bank and Other Development Agencies -- Appendix 1. Beneficiary Assessment: An Approach Described -- Appendix 2. Terms of Reference for a Consultant in Participatory Research -- 2.1 How Beneficiary Assessment Began -- 2.2 The Niger PPA -- 2.3 The Uganda Citizen Report Card at the Community Level -- 2.4 Beneficiary Assessment of Agricultural Extension in Senegal -- 3.1 Social Funds in Zambia: Beneficiary Assessments That Affected Policy -- 3.2 Quantification from a "Qualitative" Research Technique: Beneficiary Assessment for an HIV/AIDS Project in Niger -- 4.1 Diverse Techniques Representing Various Philosophies from the Original Beneficiary Assessment on Slum Upgrading in La Paz, Bolivia -- 4.2 Factors Underlying Actual and Reported School Attendance Rates for Girls in Turkey --

4.3 Different Perceptions of School Among Children and Adults in Northeastern Brazil -- 4.4 Adapting Communication on HIV/AIDS to Local Cultural Realities: The Beneficiary Assessment in Niger -- 4.5 India Tuberculosis Control Project -- 4.6 Sampling in the Niger PPA -- 5.1 Why Children Did Not Attend Primary School in Mali: Triangulation in a Beneficiary Assessment -- 6.1 Neglected Feeder Roads in an Agricultural Project -- 2.1 A High-Case Scenario for Participation in CASs -- 4.1 The Roots of Participatory Approaches -- 4.2 Future Challenges in Participatory Research -- 5.1A Project Using Beneficiary Assessment Integrated with Other Learning Tools -- 5.2 The Community Research Process ǂg 107 -- 2A.1 Research Matrix -- 2.1 ǂt Characteristics of Participatory Approaches -- 4.1 Comparison of Participatory Approaches in Relation to Dichotomies -- 5.1 Features of Beneficiary Assessment.

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