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Participatory evaluation with pastoralists in Sudan (PLA Notes 47)

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Using participation to empower pastoralists to determine their own development objectives, this paper outlines the extension of the Red Sea Hills Programme in Sudan to encompass a larger geographic area and to cover more facets of the pastoralists livelihoods, to include infrastructure improvements, welfare provision and resource management.

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Participatory Learning and Action 47
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G02055