Skip to main content
Found 427 results
Filters: Keyword is participatory methods  [Clear All Filters]
2003
S. Reiff, Using the MPA in Benin, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 8-10 : 1 box, 1fig., 1 tab., 2003.
A. Cornwall, Whose voices? whose choices? : reflections on gender and participatory development, World development, pp. p. 1325-1342 : 1 tab., 2003.
du D. Toit and Sguazzin, T., Working with issues of water supply : issues of access, water in the Sand River Catchment, South Africa - legislation, rights, governance and infrastructure. Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich, Chatham, UK, p. 12 p. : fig., 2003.
2002
J. McCarthy and Galvao, K., Artpad project : a resource for theatre and participatory development. University of Manchester, Centre for Applied Theatre Research, Manchester, UK, p. 157 p. : ill., 2002.
G. McGranahan, Demand-side water strategies and the urban poor, vol. no. 4. London, UK: International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), 2002, p. 70 p. : tabs.
D. Narayan, Empowerment and poverty reduction : a sourcebook. Washington, DC, USA: World Bank, 2002, p. xxiv, 371 p.
IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Hague, NL and National Community Water and Sanitation Training Institute -Sovenga, ZA, NCWSTI, [Gemsa training of intermediaries]. National Community Water and Sanitation Training Institute (NCWSTI), Sovenga, South Africa, p. ca. 160 p. [loose leaf doc.], 2002.
S. Tanaka, Gender checklist : water supply and sanitation. Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines, p. 26 p. : 4 boxes, 2 tab., 2002.
M. A. Moreira, Gender responsiveness in participatory urban environmental planning : exploratory study of municipal participatory planning experiences in Bolivia and Brazil. p. 110 p. : graphs, tabs., 2002.
Society for Participatory Research in Asia -New Delhi, IN, PRIA, Governance where people matter : practice research engagement, vol. No. 5. Society for Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA), New Delhi, India, p. CD ROM, 2002.
I. N. Water and Delhi, Igniting change: tackling the sanitation challenge, vol. no. 5. Water and Sanitation Program - South Asia, New Delhi, India, p. 12 p. : photogr., 2002.
S. Maharanto, Improved accountability and performance in irrigation works delivery through participatory arrangements : lessons from a survey of cases from Central Java Province : summary. Java Irrigation Improvement and Water Resources Management Project (JIWMP), Jakarta, Indonesia, p. 3 p., 2002.
B. Fawcett and Marshall, T. J., An investigation of gender mainstreaming and appropriate latrine technology : an internship report. University of Southampton, Southampton, UK, p. xi, 67 p., 2002.
P. Taylor, Learning participation: a proposal for dialogue. Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, Brighton, UK, p. 5 p., 2002.
I. Guijt and Woodhill, J., Managing for impact in rural development: a guide for project M&E. International Fund for Agricultural Development, Rome, Italy, p. ca. 340 p. : boxes, fig., tab., 2002.
G. Holtland, Methodologies for the analysis and planning of rural development. STOAS, Wageningen, The Netherlands, p. ca. 149 p., 2002.
P. H. Asian Deve Manila, Multistakeholder dialogue on water services for the urban poor, 29–31 May 2002 : water and poverty initiative for the 3rd World Water Forum : summary report. Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines, p. 18 p., 2002.
B. Reed and Ockelford, J., Participatory planning for integrated rural water supply and sanitation programmes : guidelines and manual. Loughborough, UK: Water, Engineering and Development Centre, Loughborough University of Technology, WEDC, 2002, p. xvii, 400 p. : 1 box, 9 fig., 7 flowcharts, 60 tab.
A. J. James and Kaushik, R., Piloting quantified participatory assessments in DPIP (Rajasthan) : final report. A.J. James, Environmental and Natural Resource Economist, New Delhi, India, p. 59 p. : tab., 2002.
E. Bolt and Fonseca, C., Que no pare de trabajar : un manual de campo en apoyo a la gestion comunitaria en sistemas de abastecimiento de agua en zonas rurales, vol. no. 36. Cali, Colombia: CINARA, 2002, p. 187 p. : boxes, ill.
Water and Sanitation Program - East Asia and the Pacific -Jakarta, ID, WSP-EAP, Selling sanitation in Vietnam : what works?. Water and Sanitation Program - East Asia and the Pacific, WSP-EAP, Jakarta, Indonesia, p. 39 p. : 3 boxes; 5 fig.; 5 tab., 2002.
K. Slattery, A strategic framework for stakeholder consultation and communication : the ISPE methodology. Institute for Public-Private Partnerships, Washington, DC, USA, p. 6 p., 2002.
2001
N. Mukherjee, Achieving sustained sanitation for the poor : policy and strategy lessons from participatory assessments in Cambodia, Indonesia and Vietnam. Water and Sanitation Program - East Asia and the Pacific, WSP-EAP, Jakarta, Indonesia, p. 38 p. : photogr., 6 fig., 2 tables, 2001.
C. A. van Wijk-Sijbesma, The best of two worlds? : methodology for participatory assessment of community water services, vol. no. 38. Delft, The Netherlands: IRC, 2001, p. 266 p. : 21 boxes, 16 fig., 32 tab.
W. Conservati Development, Brief note on water conservation mission (Neeru-Meeru). India (Andhra Pradesh), Department of Rural Development, Water Conservation Mission, Hyderabad, India, p. 8 p., 2001.

Pages