Includes bibliographical references (p. 75-77).
|Other titles||Community learning|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2002/04704 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||2001314364|
This handbook is based on the experiences of the CUSO-CCPD Training Programme for NGOs in Northern Ghana. However, examples are used to bring out the underlying principles which shaped the training process and generated participants' experiences. The emphasis of the book is strongly towards participatory approaches to development and training. Development Idea Book. While it contains original content and updated examples, it is also based on field tested resources, including the PACA: Participatory Analysis for Community Development Training Manual [ICE Number M] and the series of booklets that comprise the Gender and Development Training and Girls’ Education Manual. Participatory training is an educational strategy in which learners are active participants in the educational process, and their needs and questions, their reflection and analysis, and their strategies for change carry the process forward. This concept note draws primarily on A Manual for Participatory Training Methodology in Development. tools which could facilitate the implementation of this participatory development approach. It grew out of the many requests for materials which could address, simultaneously, the needs for tools to use in community development, urban and rural appraisal, gender and socioeconomic analysis, and other participatory methodologies.
Participatory training: principles, methods and experiences Summary Participatory IPM training has been a proven success in encouraging farmers to adopt and implement innovative and sustainable pest control strategies both globally and in a recently terminated Integrated Pest Management (IPM) development programme coordinated by Hungary’s. Part II - Training of trainers on participatory local development Participatory training methods. The recognition of the benefits of participatory local development planning has engendered changes in the needs, concepts, approaches, techniques, the general conduct of and ways of measuring the effectiveness of training. This book isn't what I expected out of a book that claims it is for any Trainer. All the examples are specifically from the Authors Rural development work. The description of this book on the Amazon site conveniently leaves the Author's experience out. I couldn't relate anything to take to my organization training by: Two years ago, the International Development Research Centre created CIME, a development communication program that reflects the interrelations between Communication at the grassroots level, the exchange of Information, two-way Media, and nonformal Education. This book presents the conceptual framework that led to the articulation of the CIME program.
As a follow-up to our previous book review of the Facilitator’s Guide to Participatory Decision-Making, I decided to review a facilitation book that was written specifically for an international development audience. Participatory Workshops: A Sourcebook of 21 Sets of Ideas & Activities, by Robert Chambers, is a collection of workshop activities collected over 10 5/5(9). Education, participatory training and rural development Unknown Binding – January 1, by Amiya Bhaumik (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Author: Amiya Bhaumik. An assessment of training needs for participatory local development must take into account rural development programmes and strategies, organizational culture and functioning of the decision-making process, in particular the attitudes, behaviour and local livelihood conditions and needs of rural people concerned. Participatory development (PD) seeks to engage local populations in development projects. Participatory development has taken a variety of forms since it emerged in the s, when it was introduced as an important part of the "basic needs approach" to development. Most manifestations of public participation in development seek "to give the poor a part in initiatives .