RRA Notes 10: General issue
The first paper in this edition describes how PRA methods were used to assist with the trials of various pigeon pea cultivars in Medak district of Andhra Pradesh, India.
The second article reports on a project to help rural communities in the state of Tennessee in the United States.
The third item looks at a project designed to assess women's needs in Gaza using Participatory Rapid Appraisal techniques.
The next article looks at the importance of being aware of the cultural assumptions behind informal interviewing techniques. The next item reflects on the role of 'outsiders' in RRA.
The final item describes how RRA was used in the preparation of a formal survey to investigate highland farming, and in particular soil and water conservation, in Thailand.
This issue also contains a two-page readership survey.