Training for responsive planning
by M. Byram

Food and
Agriculture
Organization
of the
United Nations



Table of contents

Introduction

The Case studies
Different environments, different approaches

Training Process 1:
Strengthening grassroots organizations
and training community organizers

Training Process 2:
Visual training techniques in gender-based
natural resource management

Training Process 3:
Gender analysis framework

Training Process 4:
Participatory impact monitoring

Acknowledgements

Endnotes

References



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