Information for G02047
Participatory quantification in the water and sanitation sector (PLA Notes 47)
Introducing the Methodology for Participation Assessment (MPA), a form of participatory research that builds on other methods by collecting quantitative information, rather than qualitative, which allows for statistical analysis and comparisons between separate data sets. Using an international sanitation project as an example, this paper explores the benefits of this methodology.
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