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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 6 Staff perceptions of the impact of PRA on MYRADA's work

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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 6 Staff perceptions of the impact of PRA on MYRADA's work Robert Leurs Introduction reality, a reality about which other staff at MYRADA (or indeed individual MYRADA This article summarises the perceived impact workshop participants) may have different of PRA on the work of MYRADA, a rural views. The views expressed in this article are development NGO based in Southern India. therefore not the views of the author, nor of MYRADA as an organisation. These perceptions were shared at a two day workshop in November 1994, which was attended by over 15 MYRADA staff. Methodology The MYRADA workshop was one of a series Reflections on the perceived impact of PRA of seven workshops 1 held with other NGOs were encouraged using a system of cards, and government organisations in South Asia, where everyone was asked to write down (or which have been using a PRA approach in draw) what they felt this had been. All the their work with communities. Uniquely, participants chose to write down their amongst all these workshops, participants at reflections. the MYRADA workshop decided to use the project cycle (planning, implementation and The participants considered the impact of PRA evaluation) ...

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