Monitoring the outcomes of participatory research in natural resources management experiences of the African Highlands Initiative. Opondo, C.; Sangingab, P.; and Strouda, A. Technical Report INternational Institute of Rural Reconstruction ETC Ecoculture ACP-EU Technical Centre for Agriculture and Rural Cooperation, 2003.
Monitoring the outcomes of participatory research in natural resources management experiences of the African Highlands Initiative [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
Technical / Tactical. The African Highlands Initiative (AHI) is an ecoregional programme that focuses on natural resource management (NRM) research in the densely populated highlands of Eastern Africa. Since its inception, AHI has made substantial efforts to promote participatory research as an effective approach to the development and dissemination of NRM technologies. Outcome monitoring is being used to characterise and assess in detail the changes in behaviour of researchers and farmers as they engage in community-based participatory research activities. The innovation in outcome monitoring shifts the sole assessment of technical outputs of research programmes towards focusing on the changes in the behaviour, relationships and actions of people and organisations required for implementing quality participatory research.
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	title = {Monitoring the outcomes of participatory research in natural resources management experiences of the {African} {Highlands} {Initiative}},
	shorttitle = {Monitoring the outcomes of participatory research in natural resources management experiences of the {African} {Highlands} {Initiative}},
	url = {http://www.prolinnova.net/sites/default/files/documents/resources/institutionalisation_in_nrm/advancing_participatory_technology_development.pdf#page=49},
	abstract = {Technical / Tactical.  The African Highlands Initiative (AHI) is an ecoregional programme that focuses on natural resource management (NRM) research in the densely populated highlands of Eastern Africa. Since its inception, AHI has made substantial efforts to promote participatory research as an effective approach to the development and dissemination of NRM technologies. Outcome monitoring is being used to characterise and assess in detail the changes in behaviour of researchers and farmers as they engage in community-based participatory research activities. The innovation in outcome monitoring shifts the sole assessment of technical outputs of research programmes towards focusing on the changes in the behaviour, relationships and actions of people and organisations required for implementing quality participatory research.},
	institution = {INternational Institute of Rural Reconstruction ETC Ecoculture ACP-EU Technical Centre for Agriculture and Rural Cooperation},
	author = {Opondo, C. and Sangingab, P. and Strouda, A.},
	year = {2003},
	keywords = {Africa, Hybrid publications},
	pages = {39--60},
}
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