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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 16 Lessons learned by communities and the PAR team - Nepal

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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 16 Lessons learned by communities and the PAR team ­ Nepal Raju Khadka and Laxmi Paudyal · Introduction That evening 32 people, including nine women, came to the meeting. At first NEWAH Article number 11 has already explained the staff explained the objectives of the meeting process taken and some of the outcomes of the and requested them to share their opinion and Nepal Water for Health organisation feelings openly without hesitation. The (NEWAH) PAR team in Lele community. responses and opinions of the WUC members, PAR volunteers and water users are given below. At the end of the four years of participatory action research, it was important for 1. What is the history of the water NEWAH1, IRC and the funding agency supply system and what sorts of Directorate General for International activities have been implemented? Cooperation (DGIS) to find out how the communities evaluate the progress in achieving a sustainable water supply A focus group discussion was used to recall management system. For this purpose, a final the history of the water supply system. The participatory community evaluation at community chose Mr. R. Lamichhane to write Yampaphant, one of the four communities ...

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