INSTITUTIONS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT 1

INSTITUTIONS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT 1

Rapid guide for missions
Analysing local institutions and livelihoods
GUIDELINES

by
Alice Stewart Carloni
Senior Rural Sociologist
FAO Investment Centre Division

under the technical guidance of
Eve Crowley
Senior Officer
(Rural Livelihood Strategies and Poverty Alleviation)
FAO Rural Institutions and Participation Service


FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2005

 

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ISBN 92-5-105429-0
ISSN 1817-4418

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Contents

Foreword

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Module 1 - Livelihoods, poverty and institutions

Module 2 - Rapid livelihood and institutional diagnosis for missions

Module 3 - Regional and district institutional profiles

Module 4 - Community profile

Module 5 - Understanding household livelihoods

Module 6 - Understanding community institutions

Module 7 - Analysis of linkages

Module 8 - Using the Information

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