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Pathways to Participation Reflections on PRA

Edited By: Andrea Cornwall and Garett Pratt
Pathways to Participation
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This book brings together some of the greatest names in development practice. It comprises the reflections of 32 practitioners from 22 different countries, embracing a range of stories from moments of frustration and revelation, of dilemmas and discoveries; together, their accounts articulate the sheer variety of the forms of practice that have come to be called 'PRA', Participatory Rural Appraisal.

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Edited By: Andrea Cornwall and Garett Pratt
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