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Rural organizations and participatory development in Sri Lanka

M. B. Warsakoon

Rural organizations and participatory development in Sri Lanka

by M. B. Warsakoon

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Published by Sri Lanka Institute of Development Administration in [Colombo] .
Written in English


About the Edition

Study covers the past four decades and was conducted during Jan.-June 1988 at the College for Developing Countries, Institute of Administrative Studies, State University of Antwerp.

Edition Notes

Other titlesRural organisations and participatory development in Sri Lanka.
StatementM.B. Warsakoon.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 92/63002
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationxiv, 168 p.
Number of Pages168
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1374332M
LC Control Number92905969

Indepth Research Services welcomes you to attend our training course on International Training on Participatory M and E for Rural Development and Community Managed Programmes. This course takes participants through among other things the PM and E concepts and principles, as well as methods, tools and techniques, which have been tested and used. Participatory improvement of water supply, sanitation and hygiene in resettlement areas (PIWASHRA), Sri Lanka S. Seifert & Y. Stephan, Germany BRIEFING PAPER Sri Lanka faced a long civil war between the Tamil separatist movement and the Sri Lankan army ending in

Much of the spread of participatory rural appraisal (PRA) as an emerging family of approaches and methods has been lateral, South–South, through experiential learning and changes in behavior, with different local applications. Rapid spread has made quality assurance a concern, with dangers from “instant fashion”, rushing, formalism and by: Participatory rural appraisal (PRA) is an approach used by non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and other agencies involved in international approach aims to incorporate the knowledge and opinions of rural people in the planning and management of development projects and programmes.

In , an interdisciplinary study was carried out in Trincomalee District, Sri Lanka, for the Integrated Food Security Programme (IFSP) that aims at enabling the conflict-affected, malnourished and vulnerable groups to diversify and intensify their food and income sources and improve their diet and health care. A participatory and integrated village development approach (PIVDA) towards food Cited by: 3. cultural landscape of Sri Lanka.2 War and the continued post-war atmosphere has influenced the discourse of local government in Eastern Sri Lanka. The results of which have been a lack of womenʼs participation, a general lack of citizen knowledge as to the functions of .


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Rural organizations and participatory development in Sri Lanka by M. B. Warsakoon Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is a resource book designed primarily for development workers working within the field of the rural poor. It describes a range of first-hand experiences with participatory approaches in the context of projects funded by The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and governments in Asia and the Pacific.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND LIVELIHOOD IMPROVEMENT PROJECT ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK Purpose The Community Development and Livelihood Improvement Project (the Project), to be financed by IDA, aims to enable the rural poor to improve their livelihood and quality of Size: 3MB.

Agriculture and Rural Development Under Central Government and Provincial Council Setup in Sri Lanka Chapter September with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'. in Sri Lanka committed to the enhancement of the capacities of governmental and non- governmental organizations for supporting change in the pattern of personal behaviour and attitudes through Participatory Interaction in Development to empower local communities to.

Rural Electrification in Indonesia and Sri Lanka: From Social Analysis to Reform of the Power Sector Michel Matly MARGE, France IPID Institute for Participatory Interaction in Development (Sri Lanka) IPP Independent power provider present rural electrification issues in industrial and developing countries are by: 3.

Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) methods, now known as Participatory Learning and Action (PLA), have been extensively used in development research, action and evaluation. The Animator in Participatory Rural Development: Some Experiences from Sri Lanka, World Employment Programme Research Working Paper, ILO, Geneva, - LEDESMA, Antonio: Million Poor - Where Do We Start.

A Review and Evaluation of Three United Nations Initiatives in Asia, viz. SFDP, ROAP and the FAO/ESCAP Group Farming and Marketing. approaches and methods used to stimulate rural community development, including activities that are carried out in the context of international development; protests and Rural organizations and participatory development in Sri Lanka book movements, both historical and contemporary, in which rural people have organized themselves to tackle grievances relating to land ownership, taxation and access to.

Factors influencing the sustainability of small farmers' organizations in rural development were studied. Three distinct perspectives were applied to explain the multitude of contradictions conditioning development processes and outcomes in ways which often do not correspond to the supposed intentions of the actors involved.

These perspectives were: grass roots-oriented methodologies of Cited by: 1. Child Rehabilitation Centre's mission is to protect the rights of children and to promote better living conditions for vulnerable and exploited children at risk all over the Sri Lanka.

We strive to give children the opportunity to develop into strong, secure and responsible human beings. largest Non-Governmental Organization (NOG) in Sri Lanka. Sarvodaya has been at the forefront of community development since it’s inception in This report will show that there is a profound link between religion, culture and participatory development through the work conducted by the Sarvodaya Movement of Sri : Kushali M.

Amaratunga. Even though Irrigation Department planning to implement more and more Water Resources Development in the country. It is a big challenge to increase our Irrigated Land extent further in a large scale.

We have to think of forest coverage, settlement and other industrial needs of the country and at present Irrigation Department more concentrate on. Localizing Development: Does Participation Work?, a new Policy Research Report analyzing participatory development efforts, shows that such projects often fail to be sensitive to complex contexts – including social, political, historical and geographical realities – and fall short in terms of monitoring and evaluation systems, which hampers.

Community Action Plan [CAP] 1 in Mamunugama and Thibiriyawa, Kurunagala The action plan was organized on 2nd July for the subprojects Mamunugama and Thibiriyawa in Kurunagala district. The two villages are benefited from the Daduru oya water supply project.

The project benefits families and the project will be completed by end of [ ]. Table of Contents. Foreword Preface South Asia 1. The State and Voluntary Agencies in India by Rajesh Tandon of PRIA, India 2. Ten Years of Experience with Participatory Action Research in South Asia - Lessons for NGOs and Peoples' Organizations by Ponna Wignaraja of PIDA, Sri Lanka 3.

Participatory Monitoring In order to obtain useful information on project progress, successes and failures and to develop a methodology for its expansion and replication, the beneficiaries, participation agents and other project participants should all be involved in developing and applying a locally workable monitoring and evaluation system.

Based on the experience of farmers' organizations in rural communities in Gal Oya area in Sri Lanka, Norman Uphoff recommends the selection of community leadership by consensus and the preparation of specific terms of reference for them as strategies for making them accountable (Uphoff,p.

There is often a tendency among chiefs. In English these include a step-by-step manual Participatory Rural Appraisal Handbook (NES et al., ) based on early PRAs in Kenya; Participatory Rapid Appraisal for Community Development (Theis and Grady, ) based on experiences in the Middle East and North Africa; an illustrated guide PRA for Nepal: Concepts and Methods (Campbell and Cited by: Sri Lanka Canada Development Fund (SLCDF) funded the project at the initial stage and from Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) supported the project.

IDEA also implemented a human resource development programme which was supported by the JTF between and The village of Sri Lanka, an assessment as a sociological analysis unit; Characteristics of gender identity which is the reflection of Sinhala society; Effect of Portuguese and Dutch immigration on coastal rural settlements and culture; The village in contemporary Sri Lanka and the use of participatory development; Available for Sale.

THE GOVERNMENT OF SRI LANKA Pest Management Plan and training of key stakeholders in participatory development planning, including the risk management, book keeping, meeting organization, and simple monitoring & evaluation techniques.

Water infrastructure management training will be conducted under Component 1 for FO members. The.This book traces the course of militarism in several South Asian states, with a more detailed account of women's experiences of it in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

This closely argued, detailed analysis of the growing militarism in South Asia presents not just the phenomenon, but all its ramifications, examining its manifestations.The book then is a combination of conceptual specification of PM&E, four case Studies from India of evaluation of different kinds of development project) where participatory tools have been used for traditional evaluation and two case studies on participatory evaluation from Nepal and Sri Lanka.

The book will be of immense use in understanding.