Marie Michael Library

Title

Participatory Techniques in Action Participation and the World Bank's Work: Learning to Get Better at It .) The Poverty Experts: A Participatory Poverty Assessment in Tanzania Groundwork: Participatory Research for Girls' Education

Length

95 min.

File No

837

Format

DVD

Description

These three videos contain examples of World Bank experience in participatory approaches: - Participation and the World Bank's Work: Learning to Get Better at It: footage of participatory projects and interviews with World Bank staff sharing their opinions about participation and how the Bank is addressing this issue. (28:40 min.) - The Poverty Experts: A Participatory Poverty Assessment in Tanzania: documents a participatory study in Tanzania, where 85 poor communities were actively involved in an assessment of the nation's poverty. (36:46 min.) - Groundwork: Participatory Research for Girls' Education: presents a participatory rural appraisal exercise on girls' education in The Gambia. The film shows how outside researchers can help a community analyse its own problems and develop solutions. (29:55 min.)

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