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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 3 Participatory gender resource mapping: a case study in a rural community in Honduras
Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 19882001 3 Participatory gender resource mapping: a case study in a rural community in Honduras Abigail Willmer and Jennifer Ketzis Summary The study was conducted in a small rural community (41 households and approximately Resource mapping and labour allocation 273 people) in Honduras. To maintain analysis techniques were combined to gain a confidentiality, the name and location of the deeper understanding of intra-household community is withheld. The community has division of control and responsibility for limited access to resources and markets, and labour and resource-related activities. This many of the households are involved in off- combination of techniques, referred to as farm employment. The median land holding Participatory Gender Resource Mapping size was 1.77 ha2. (PGRM), was tested in a rural community in Honduras. In addition to providing a vivid In March 1995, background data were picture of the household/farm resources and gathered and permission to conduct research in labour allocation (by gender and age), PGRM the area was sought from, and given by, the was used to provide a framework for community. In order to have the fullest co- community members and outsiders to become operation of the community members, every aware of and ...