A social history of forest commons in southern Mount Kenya
|1 Introduction 1|
|2 An Introduction to Farmer Participatory Research 13|
|3 Associated Themes and Concepts 26|
|4 Farmer Participatory Research in Practice 47|
|5 Key Issues in Implementation 71|
|6 Analysis of Current Trends and Practice 93|
|7 Monitoring and Evaluation 119|
|8 Future Directions: linking evaluation indicators to project design 127|
A. Peter Castro
Professor Castro is Associate Professor of Anthropology in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York, USA.
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