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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 2 Participatory basic needs assessment with the internally displaced using well being ranking
Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 19882001 2 Participatory basic needs assessment with the internally displaced using well being ranking Clare Hamilton, Alice Kaudia and David Gibbon Introduction from their land for prolonged periods or, in some cases, permanently. This paper reports on a study by the International Childcare Trust (ICT) that took Repeated clashes over a period of two years, place in 1994, after the disturbances in the caused large scale movements of people into camps, followed by a drift back home by those early 1990s in Trans-Nzoia, Western Kenya. A whose land had not been taken over. Initially total of 2,944 households participated in an emergency relief was provided at the camps, exercise that took just over one month. It had two objectives: firstly, to develop a but gradually ICT realised there was a range of methodology that allowed displaced people to different circumstances among the clash develop their own strategies for rehabilitation; affected communities. Some needed assistance and secondly, to identify appropriate in restarting their farms, whilst others needed to find alternative means of supporting interventions for agencies to work in a co- themselves. It was clear that any `blanket ordinated, genuine partnership with approach to aid' would ...