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


, : '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.

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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