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'People's knowledge' in project planning: the limits and social conditions of participation in planning agricultural development


Network Paper Agricultural Administration Research and Extension Network ( 58): ii + 35 pp.
'People's knowledge' in project planning: the limits and social conditions of participation in planning agricultural development
The paper examines some of the significant social and cultural constraints to people's participation in planning. It uses the case study of the western India Kribhco Indo-British Rainfed Farming Project (KRIBP), a participatory farming systems development project situated in the Bhil tribal region of western India (the border areas of Gujarat, Rajasthan, and Madhya Pradesh).

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