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PRA in the shade of the mango groves


, : PRA in the shade of the mango groves. Development In Practice: an Oxfam Journal 7(1): 76-79

The results and discussions are presented of a participatory rural appraisal workshop held at the Sothuparai Reservoir Project, Tamil Nadu, India. The workshop was held at the heart of the dam site in the dense mango groves with farmers from two different categories.


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