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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 15 Participatory evaluation of a community water project in Tanzania

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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 15 Participatory evaluation of a community water project in Tanzania Kate Forrester Kibuga, Simon Bibby and Alfred Sakafu Introduction WaterAid staff have accompanied district teams on their field visits to help them develop Projects which have been taking a their communication skills and make effective participatory approach are beginning to see use of participatory techniques. When it came that participation does not have to come to an to the time to do an evaluation, it was only abrupt halt when the time arrives to evaluate natural that WaterAid would choose to try a participatory evaluation, to link in with the the project's activities. Thus, in recent years whole participatory process already in place. participatory evaluations have been coming into vogue. This is an account of the process of Preparing for the evaluation a participatory evaluation carried out in Tabora in central Tanzania for WaterAid. WaterAid planned a three day workshop in WaterAid is a UK-based NGO which supports preparation for the participatory evaluation. local organisations in Africa and Asia to help On day one of the preparatory workshop, we poor communities improve their drinking (the three consultants brought in from outside) water supply, sanitation ...

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