Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Kolli Hills update: PRA and related materials

Suraya has shared some of her results using Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) method in the Kolli Hills study.

Training PRA:  Understanding the types of training aspirations that people have, what opportunities are available for them, if they make use of the training, and if not, why not?  The stars represent whether or not they believe that receiving the training would result in making or saving money. The numbers represent the vote results on which people would like the most. 


Knowledge PRA:  Understanding what activities related to the specific social practice (in this example, nutrition gardening) people had prior experience with and which others came after MSSRF's intervention.  Participants specified how they learned it, which ones they wanted to learn more about, and what method they'd prefer in order to get the information.

Conversation PRA: This example shows the PRA done with a group of nutrition gardeners who were asked to explain where conversation happens about different activities related to nutrition gardening.  They were then asked what method of communication is used most frequently for each. 

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