Perspectives on Pastoral Development: A Casebook from Kenya
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BeschreibungAn objective account of a major Oxfam initiative: the Wajir pastoral development project in northeast Kenya, with its distinctive emphasis on community participation. It explains how marginalized groups are developing their own pastoral associations to represent their interests, and Oxfam's role in facilitating that process. It describes an integrated approach to pastoral development: supporting the livelihoods of livestock keepers and those who have lost their animals; devising strategies to address drought and conflict as part of a longer-term agenda for sustainable development; and working to influence key decisions made by high-level policy-makers.
Inhaltsverzeichnis* Acknowledgments; * Glossary; * Preface; * Introduction; 1. Wajir Pastoral Development Project: an overview; 2. Learning from the past; 3. Building community organisations; Case study 1:Working with women in Wajir town - savings, credit, and literacy; 4. Working with others for change; case study 2:Building local capacity - the growth of ALDEF; 5. Managing accountability; case study 3:Changing women's roles in Wajir town; 6. Looking to the future; 7. Summary of lessons learned; * Notes; * Further reading; * Index.
PortraitIsobel Birch works in the policy department of Oxfam GB, developing strategies to strengthen programme communications. She has been associated with Oxfams Kenya programme since 1992,first as an emergency project manager, and later as an adviser with responsibility for programme learning
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: OXFAM PUB
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2001
Seitenanzahl: 176 Seiten