3 edition of Participatory Analysis, Monitoring and Evaluation for Fishing Communities found in the catalog.
by Food & Agriculture Organization of the UN (FA
Written in English
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This paper explores how participatory monitoring & evaluation can be a powerful tool for giving voices to marginalized communities, ensuring that the voices of beneficiaries and local stakeholders are heard and inform sustainable project design. It analyzes a participatory monitoring and evaluation methodology implemented for. In addition, the processes which begin as appraisal now usually include analysis, and often lead on to planning, action, and participatory monitoring and evaluation, carrying the PRA label with them. In practice there is a continuum between an RRA and a PRA, as illustrated in Table by:
Evaluation is a process that critically examines a program. It involves collecting and analyzing information about a program’s activities, characteristics, and outcomes. Its purpose is to make judgments about a program, to improve its effectiveness, and/or to inform programming decisions (Patton, ). Should I evaluate my program? assessment and project monitoring and evaluation; and, second, to initiate, as early as possible, dialogue and input from community-level coastal resource users in a way that is relevant and meaningful to them. The participatory coastal resource assessment methods described here will allow community workers to work with local fishers and other.
A community field worker's hand book on monitoring and evaluating activities of mobilising low income communities to organize and develop towards more self reliance and reduction of poverty. CDP/CMP is a programme helping communities eliminate poverty by strengthening their capacity for construction and maintenance of human settlements facilities and services, helping . Printed on Demand. Contact [email protected], if currently unavailable. World Bank Technical Paper Development projects that encourage direct community participation ususally meet with greater success than those that do not. This guidebook describes ways of letting poor people help monitor and evaluate the water and sanitation programs that serve them.
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While there are many manuals available on participatory rapid appraisal approaches to monitoring and evaluation, there were none easily used by field officers attempting to aid and encourage fishing community level participation in monitoring and evaluating activities of projects and programmes in rural fishing communities.
This manual is prepared in cook book fashion with. Participatory analysis, monitoring and evaluation for fishing communities: A manual (FAO Fisheries Technical Papers) Paperback – Decem by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Get this from a library. Participatory analysis, monitoring and evaluation for fishing communities: a manual.
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Participatory analysis, monitoring and evaluation for fishing communities: a manual. Livelihoods, decent work & resilience.
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This manual describes the Participatory Analysis, Monitoring and Evaluation (PAME) approach as it is applied to an evaluation and monitoring system for traditional or small fishing communities. Based on the PAME manual (Community Forestry Note 2) and the "Community's Toolbox" (both published by FAO), it translates the contents into a fisheries setting and then combines the two.
Participatory monitoring (also known as collaborative monitoring, community-based monitoring, locally based monitoring, or volunteer monitoring) is the regular collection of measurements or other kinds of data (), usually of natural resources and biodiversity, undertaken by local residents of the monitored area, who rely on local natural resources and thus have more local.
Participatory monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) is a process of self-assessment, collective knowledge generation, and cooperative action in which stakeholders in a.
Participatory Analysis, Monitoring and Evaluation for Fishing Communities: A Manual. Abstract. While there are many manuals available on participatory rapid appraisal approaches to monitoring and evaluation, there were none easily used by field officers attempting to aid and encourage fishing community level participation in monitoring.
This book offers a complete package for participatory monitoring and evaluation. The suggested tools for both qualitative (to know how and why of the project implementation) and quantitative methods (to know what, who, where, how many, how much of a phenomenon), pass the test of internal and external validity of the evaluation : M.
Chandre Gowda. SING PARTICIPATORY MONITORING AND EVALUATION TO STRENGTHEN LOCAL GOVERNANCE. Participatory Monitoring & Evaluation and its Relevance for WB Projects.
This chapter starts by defining PM&E and its core principles. It then discusses the range of purposes that PM&E can fulfil in practice, also noting a series of common pitfalls.
Introduction to Participatory Monitoring-Evaluation the grassroots communities are the final beneficiaries of thiscapacity building process.
the analysis of changes occurring between ses-sions may be used to gather the various information emanating from this ring-evaluation of quantitative indicatorsA diverse range of.
ii conceptual issues in participatory 2 monitoring and evaluation (pme) iii participatory monitoring and evaluation (pm&e) for 5 msif ii a. community driven development (cdd) under msif i 5 b. participatory monitoring and evaluation for msif ii 6 - a practical guideline by micro-project cycle a.
experiences. Many of the traditional monitoring and evaluation methods and tools have been adapted to be more participatory. The result is "The Community's Toolbox". The manual is organized into Three Sections.
Section One introduces the idea, and benefits to be gained from a new approach. This section also provides some two-way. Challenges to participatory monitoring and evaluation 9 Challenges to evaluators 10 Challenges to monitoring programmes 11 Part Three 3. INTRAC approach to participatory M&E in Central Asia 12 Consistency of approach Modelling.
Here the monitoring process that comprised part of the general 'Participatory Rural Appraisal, Planning and Evaluation' (PRAPE) used in watershed management programs by the AKRSP in rural Gujarat is described.
The participatory monitoring sequence involved: 1. Discussion with each farmer in his field. methodologies is Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA), a form of participatory research. used for planning, initiating, and evaluating developm ent interventions.
PRA Author: Ganesh Chandra. Page 4 of 32 Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation How to Guide for Focus Group Discussions (Can be adapted for age groups 5 upwards) Preparation: The tasks in organising a focus group are: Clarify the purpose and questions to ask.
Think about the number of focus groups you might want to run. Decide on and invite participants. Make sure you send invites to the participants in File Size: 2MB.
Learning from Change: Issues and experiences in participatory monitoring and evaluation – Chapter 1 2 changing the way we learn about the results and impacts of our development efforts. It recognises the importance of people's participation in analysing and interpreting changes, and learning from their own development experience.
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Cesar and G. Ricci. Enhancing Management. Participatory video is a form of participatory media in which a group or community creates their own film. The idea behind this is that making a video is easy and accessible, and is a great way of bringing people together to explore issues, voice concerns or simply to be creative and tell stories.The ETFRN workshop on Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation of Biodiversity aims to explore ways in which different stakeholders (resource users, policy-makers and planners) can contribute to more effective and useful biodiversity assessments; in particular by involving non-scientific actors in biodiversity assessment, monitoring and evaluation.A Participatory Approach to Fisheries Management and Ecological- Social Resilience Analysis among Coastal Communities in Batticaloa, Sri Lanka Kalpana Calatharan A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirement for the Degree of Master of Science (Management of Natural Resources and Sustainable Agriculture) Submitted to:File Size: 3MB.