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The Center for International Education's publications office makes available practical, moderately-priced materials of particular interest to field-based educational practitioners around the world. The current publications list includes more than 60 titles with an emphasis on development education, nonformal education, research and training, as well as technical materials developed in Center programs.


LATEST CIE PUBLICATIONS:

Nurturing Participation: A Facilitator's Introduction to Adult Nonformal Education and Participatory Training
Dr. Bonnie B. Mullinix
$18.00

This manual provides facilitators with a session-by-session guide for introducing participants to nonformal education and participatory training, components central to any community development or adult basic education or literacy effort. It covers a 33 contact hour Training of Trainers (ToT) Workshop designed to be delivered over four intensive, residential days. The manual includes detailed session plans and all references, handouts and materials needed to facilitate the training. Although originally designed for use by NGO Trainers of Literacy Workers, it can easily be adapted for use in other contexts and settings. ...order information


Self-Reflection for Staff Development
Mainus Sultan
$6.00

The purpose of this training module is to create a learning environment that fosters the professional growth of development workers through reflection and self-analysis in order to deal with issues of needs assessment, problem solving, and program planning. ...order information


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Kinsey Series Publications

The David Kinsey Dialogue Series includes the following three publications:


Claiming Global Space: Global Grassroots Movements
By Srilatha Batliwala order now by email from CIE

$4.00

38 pages

2002

Contents:

I.

Introduction

II.

The Rise of Transnational Civil Society

III.

Democratizing Transnational Civil Society

IV.

The Emergence of Transnational Grassroots Movements

V.

Women in the Informal Economy Globalizing and Organizing

VI.

Slum/Shack Dwellers International

VII.

Why They Work and Why They Are Different

VIII.

Conclusion


Landscaping the Learning Environment to Create a Home for the Complex Mind
By Jan Visser order now by email from CIE

$4.00

33 pages

2001

Contents:

I.

A Story to Begin With

II.

The Wondrous Ways of Learning

III.

Mind

IV.

Mind's Matter

V.

On the Matter of Consciousness

VI.

Creating a Home for the Complex Mind

Organic Integrity of Learning

Landscaping the Learning Environment

VII.

Notes

VIII.

References


Eileen Kane's recent publication

Participatory Research and Action:
Flower, Weed, or Genetically Modified Monster?
By Eileen Kane order now by email from CIE

$4.00

36 pages

2000


Contents:

Preface

I.

Introduction

II.

What are Participatory Approaches?

III.

What Underlies PRA?

IV.

The Relationship between PRA's Philosophy of Knowledge and its Methodological Mix

V.

Looking Inward and Outward to Broaden Our Philosophical Perspectives

VI.

Conclusion

Notes


Orlando Fals Borda

The Origins and Challenges of Participatory Action Research
By Orlando Fals Borda
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$4.00

30  pages

1999

Contents:

Preface

I.

Introduction

II.

On Science, Knowledge and Reason

III.

On Theory and Practice

IV.

On Subject and Object

V.

P(A)R as a Philosophy of Life

VI.

Some Emergent Challenges

Bibliography

 

METHODS, TRAINING & MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT

Nurturing Participation: A Facilitator's Introduction to Adult Nonformal Education and Participatory Training
Dr. Bonnie B. Mullinix

This manual provides facilitators with a session-by-session guide for introducing participants to nonformal education and participatory training, components central to any community development or adult basic education or literacy effort. It covers a 33 contact hour Training of Trainers (ToT) Workshop designed to be delivered over four intensive, residential days. The manual includes detailed session plans and all references, handouts and materials needed to facilitate the training. Although originally designed for use by NGO Trainers of Literacy Workers, it can easily be adapted for use in other contexts and setting

$15.00 108 pages 2002

Critical Games
Developed by Mary Jo Connelly, Jane T. Benbow, Deborah Fredo and Maria Diarra Keita. Edited by James Cummings

Four games designed to stimulate critical thinking about the effects of structural and cultural issues on the process of social change: The Gender Game and The Education and Gender Game.

$8.00 46 pages 1994

 


Effective Educational Radio: An Approach to Analyzing Programs
By James M. Theroux

The use of radio as an instructional tool requires analytical tools and concepts which link program variables to audience impact. The author discusses the range of variables that can be manipulated by a radio producer and offers a series of diagnostic questions for the design and analysis of educational radio programs.

$5.00 31 pages 1978

Modules for Training Extension Workers with Handouts
By Martin Byram

A practical, field-based publication which provides training modules for extension workers in the areas of basic education needs; community mobilization needs; and work management skills. Loose leaf modules facilitate reproduction.


$15.00 175 pages 1986

Teaching Non-Western Studies: A Handbook of Materials and Methods
By Stephen Guild, George Urch, and Robert Wilk

A handbook which provides methods and techniques that are designed to involve students in a variety of learning activities to broaden their perceptions of the world. The activities are student oriented and include an overview of approaches to teaching about the non-Western world. The hand-book includes models of non-Western studies programs and a list of major resources and curriculum projects in non-Western studies.

$5.00 139 pages 1972

Learning Centered Training for Learner Centered Programs
By Suzanne Kindervatter

This is an account of a learner-centered workshop in materials and curriculum development for Thai nonformal educators. The author discusses the rationale for a learner-centered approach, its key characteristics and how to translate this approach into a workshop design. Appendices include materials developed from the Thai workshop.


$4.00 68 pages 1977

Theater for Development: A Guide to Training
By Martin L. Byram Illustrated by Daniel C. Aryeequaye

A guide for village level trainers which describes the use of popular theater in development. It explores related issues and the impact of popular theater on community development and community awareness.

$8.00 65 pages 1985

African Studies Handbook for Teachers
Edited by Margaret Maxwell (McLaughlin)

This handbook provides introductory lessons on Africa applicable to elementary and secondary levels. The lesson format is competency based and affective in purpose. The handbook includes a bibliography of literature and audio-visual materials about Africa.

$15.00 221 pages 1983

 


Learning to Listen: A Field Guide to Methods of Adult Nonformal Education
By Jane K. Vella

This booklet describes practical ways to implement theories of adult learning. Adopting the perspective of the field worker, the author discusses ways of listening to groups, sharing rather than transmitting information, and methods of problem posing in education.  Includes the use of codes, role playing, games and folk material.     


$5.00 58 pages 1980

Visual Aids for Nonformal Education
By Jane K. Vella

A valuable guide for field workers in nonformal education to create visual aids with materials that are available. The author draws on her work in Kenya and Tanzania to present numerous suggestions for the field worker to make inexpensive materials.


$5.00 43 pages 1979

CIE Dissertation Abstracts: 1971-1997

This updated, fourth edition of dissertation abstracts by CIE members reflects the CIE’s commitment to theories of self-reliance and empowerment throughout the world. The document introduces the range of subjects studied by CIE members and serves as a useful guide for those engaged in a preliminary exploration of both conventional and alternative research methodologies.


$8.00 117 pages 1997


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PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH AND PRACTICE

Nurturing Participation: A Facilitator's Introduction to Adult Nonformal Education and Participatory Training
Dr. Bonnie B. Mullinix

This manual provides facilitators with a session-by-session guide for introducing participants to nonformal education and participatory training, components central to any community development or adult basic education or literacy effort. It covers a 33 contact hour Training of Trainers (ToT) Workshop designed to be delivered over four intensive, residential days. The manual includes detailed session plans and all references, handouts and materials needed to facilitate the training. Although originally designed for use by NGO Trainers of Literacy Workers, it can easily be adapted for use in other contexts and settings.

$15.00 108 pages 2002

The Participatory Process: Producing Photoliterature
By Bonnie Cain and John Coming

This note describes a step-by-step process for involving learners in the development, production and evaluation of various types of photoliterature including fotonovellas. Technical information on photographic techniques is presented to assist educators in the participatory process.


$4.00 40 pages 1977

Participatory Research: An Annotated Bibliography
Compiled and Edited by the Center for Community Education and Action (CCEA) in collaboration with CIE.

This bibliography contains over 200 annotations of key articles, texts, and unpublished documents on Participatory Research (PR). Entries are included from the CCEA Resource Center, the previously published PRG annotated bibliography, articles and other resources. The text is indexed by key-words based on content of entries as well as critical concepts in PR.


$8.00   1991

Doing Participatory Research: A Feminist Approach
By Patricia Maguire

The author uncovers the biases of traditional research by engaging in  participatory research with a group of abused women in Gallup, New Mexico.  She uses Paulo Freire’s concept of dialogue to talk with the women, transcribes the interviews and presents the women in their own words as they move through a cycle of reflection and action to answer how to move forward in their lives after living with violent men. This creative work will involve the reader in both theory and practice.

$12.00 305 pages 1987


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GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT

Participatory Evaluation Among Rural Women: Charting the Birth of Articulation and Power
By Jane Benbow

A description of a pilot project to integrate women in Rose Hall, St. Vincent, Barbados into rural development. The book details the process whereby the women chose their own path to development. Their successful activities include creating adult education and pre-school programs and building a community center, illustrating how women in Rose Hall “do” development through their leadership and vision for their community’s development. By addressing important theoretical and practical implications of the project, this book makes a valuable contribution to the women in development discourse.

$8.00 104 pages 1997

Women in Development: An Alternative Analysis
By Patricia Maguire

An overview of the women in development effort (WID) that includes chapters on WID theory, critical analysis of AID and UN agency projects and alternative approaches to WID. A bibliography contains nearly 150 sources.


$5.00 6 pages 1984

African Women Organizing: Four Ways of Seeing
By Marla J. Solomon

A study which looks at women’s organizations in Africa from various perspectives, including those which seeks “ways of seeing and knowing that move forward a feminist agenda,” and celebrates the experiences of being “woven in the text."


$7.00 136 pages 1979

Gender and Development: Women Centered Training
By Janis Droegkamp and Fredi Munger

This note details issues and strategies pertinent to trainings for women. It outlines principles and assumptions behind women-centered training and presents a six-step training design. A variety of exercises are used throughout the text to help readers clarify their own attitudes toward the issues and practice their training skills.


$5.00 51 pages 1980

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LITERACY

Nurturing Participation: A Facilitator's Introduction to Adult Nonformal Education and Participatory Training
Dr. Bonnie B. Mullinix

This manual provides facilitators with a session-by-session guide for introducing participants to nonformal education and participatory training, components central to any community development or adult basic education or literacy effort. It covers a 33 contact hour Training of Trainers (ToT) Workshop designed to be delivered over four intensive, residential days. The manual includes detailed session plans and all references, handouts and materials needed to facilitate the training. Although originally designed for use by NGO Trainers of Literacy Workers, it can easily be adapted for use in other contexts and settings.

$15.00 108 pages 2002

Many Literacies: Modules for Training Adult Beginning Readers and Tutors
By Marilyn Gillespie, Illustrations by Kathy Searle

Twenty-seven modules designed and tested at Read/Write/Now Adult Learning Center in Springfield, Massachusetts provide teachers and tutors with research on literacy. Step-by step guidelines describe how to build a community of learners, set personal goals for learning and use life experiences to write and publish learner-generated materials.

$18.00 140 pages 1990


Games and Simulation in Literacy Training
By David R. Evans

A monograph on “instructional technology” which presents innovative teaching-learning possibilities through games and simulations. Geared toward literacy workers and learners, it describes a variety of games and simulations from planning and design to implementation. Discussions of participatory learning and learner-control of these instructional technologies are interwoven in the text.

$8.00 136 pages 1979



Action Learning:
A Series of Manuals for Literacy Practitioners

This series was developed to assist community-based practitioners expand their knowledge of the theory and practice of adult literacy in non-formal education. The goal of the series is to enable practitioners to develop literacy activities and materials based on local needs, interests and resources. The seven manuals, designed to complement each other, can also be used independently. The series was developed by the Literacy Linkage Program—a collaboration between the CIE and the Research Centre for Educational Innovation and Development (CERID) at Tribhuvan University in Nepal.

$40 for set of all 7 modules or purchase individually at prices listed below
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1. Whole Language: An Integrated Approach to Reading and Writing
By Joan Dixon and Sumon Tuladhar

A manual which introduces the basic concepts for teaching reading and writing skills by creating literacy activities and learning materials in collaboration with learners. Portions of the manual were developed and tested with practitioners in Indonesia and Nepal.

$7.00 67 pages 1996

2. Supervision and Facilitator Support
By Mainus Sultan

A manual designed for organizations which employ facilitators in different sites and who need to provide them with ongoing supervision and support. The manual provides information and activities which are based on the author’s experience organizing and supervising literacy programs in Bangladesh.
$5.00 28 pages 1996

3. Producing Newsletters for New Literates
Mainus Sultan

This manual provides detailed information on one method for creating local literacy materials. It is based on the author's experience producing newsletters and learner-generated materials in Bangladesh.
$5.00 19 pages 1996

4. Literacy and Learning in Families and Communities
By Joan Dixon and Joanie Cohen

This manual introduces practitioners to basic concepts and strategies for action research in their communities to identify local themes and develop culturally relevant literacy programs.
$7.00 58 pages 1996

5. Assessment
By Sumon Tuladhar

This manual outlines how to assess the progress of literacy learners in whole language literacy. Literacy teachers in Massachusetts developed many of the ideas and assessment tools in the manual, which have been adapted to encourage experimentation and use by literacy programs in developing countries.
$5.00 33 pages 1996

6. Role Play
By Mainus Sultan

A manual which introduces creative strategies for the use of role play to stimulate discussion, analysis and writing activities that are based on the daily lives of literacy learners. The information is based on the author’s experience working with literacy groups in Bangladesh and in the U.S.
$5.00 29 pages 1996

7. Gender Perspectives in Literacy
Sushan Acharya and Joanie Cohen

A manual which explores how gender issues affect literacy programs and women’s and girls’ education. The information is based on the author’s work with women’s groups in Nepal and Latin America.
$5.00 26 pages 1996

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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT


Partnerships for Community Development

This book is designed to help organizations and individuals working in associations, task forces, networks, councils, consortia and partnerships. Written for both beginning and seasoned practitioners and trainers, it provides a unique conceptual framework for analyzing collaborative efforts.  The book includes exercises to help develop concrete strategies to avoid common pitfalls and to create and sustain effective partnerships.

$15.00    

Power: A Repossession Model

This manual compares six major app-roaches to community organizing, and spells out a series of steps necessary to organize successfully for power.
$10.00    

Beyond the Experts: Citizen Group Training

This training of trainers manual helps the reader to develop a picture of the role that training can play in the development of any group, and takes the reader through a 7 step planning sequences for citizen group training.


$10.00    

Local Currencies in Community Development or Too Much Mngwotngwotiki is Bad for You
By Tony Savdie and Tim Mitchell

This useful resource guide for trainers and community activists discusses alternative currencies as part of creating alternative economic systems at the local level. The guide includes a case study of HOURS in Ithaca, New York and a discussion of the scripts and LETS alternative currency systems ands their usefulness to community-development.


$8.00 96 pages 1997

Playing Their Game Our Way

A manual to help individuals and citizens’ groups understand U.S. federal, state and local governmental structures and information on how to lobby, and hold agencies and elected officials accountable.

$10.00    

Differences: A Bridge or a Wall

Designed to help groups and organizations gain a clearer understanding of differences in society, why they exist, and how to deal with them effectively.


$10.00    

Planning for A Change

Groups need to plan creatively in order to come up with innovative programs and strategies. This manual helps groups by providing specific methods in an easy-to- follow exercise format.


$10.00    

The Rich Get Richer & the Poor Write Proposals

A training manual that makes proposal writing and other aspects of the fund-raising process more understandable and manageable. The manual includes proposal writing, researching and potential funding sources, and other fund-raising approaches.


$10.00    

Networking: A Trainer’s Manual

A manual with 250 pages of activities and information based on a six stage developmental cycle that offers a practical process for turning the theory of networking into reality.


$15.00    

Learning Together:  A Cultural Approach to Community Development

A practical guide to understanding the real-life, complicated issues that arise when two cultures interact. The manual is organized around issues rather than as a step-by– step guide.: Part I, “A Conceptual Framework,“ introduces the concepts of cultural awareness and the process of cross-cultural adaptation. Part II, “Community Development Processes,” presents community development processes through the cultural lens introduced in Part I. Each chapter can be read independently or in conjunction with the other chapters.


$15.00    

Breaking the Boardroom

An annotated bibliography of books, journal articles, manuals and more on all issues necessary for effective boards and councils.


$10.00    

How to Make Citizen Involvement Work

An action guide that examines examples of citizen involvement and explores what citizen action can become. The manual includes a planning guide and a checklist for suggested strategies.


$10.00    

We Interrupt this Program: A Guide to Using the Media for Social Change

A manual for groups interested in knowing more about using the media as a community organizing tool and media.

$10.00    

 


Working Together (Group Process)

A step-by-step do it yourself manual that helps community groups build membership, improve participation and run smoother meetings.  The manual provides guidelines for process observation and other group process concerns.


$10.00    


The Learning Cart Modules

Each training module in this series is the result of leadership training and education work with members of refugee and immigrant communities to build the capacity of newcomer communities to improve their quality of life.. The modules utilize a problem-solving approach linked with forms of action-reflection which can be adapted to the sociocultural realities of individual participants and their communities:

Module: Group Process

This module addresses fundamental issues and dynamics of working as a group for collective action., including communication and conflict resolution. Exercises and puzzles help participants learn how group building requires maintaining a team spirit while accomplishing a task.

$3.00    

Module: Community Outreach

A module to understand and address the complexities of doing effective community outreach to provide the skills necessary to initiate community work.  The module includes methods for implementing community development programs, including community mapping, outreach techniques and participatory action research

$3.00    

Module:  Bilingual/Bicultural Application

This training module is designed to help community leaders and community development practitioners share bilingual/bicultural experiences, gain familiarity with issues and terminology, and achieve an understanding of the complex worlds of bilingual and bicultural communities.  The module also discusses differing cultural attitudes between primary and Americanized cultures.

$3.00    

Module:  Assessing Adult Learning Needs

This module provides an introduction in how to become an effective trainer/educator, beginning with an exploration of different beliefs and assumptions about teaching and learning.  It uses participatory methods and techniques to explore traditional and new ways of learning and assessing needs.

$3.00    

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GLOBAL EDUCATION AND LIFELONG LEARNING

Global Education Handbook: Modules for Teaching Pre-School to Secondary School
By George Urch et al.

This handbook was developed to assist K-12 teachers who wish to introduce a global perspective into their curriculum.  The modules were developed by classroom teachers and include such topics as: "Anti-bias Curriculum: A Multicultural Perspective,” “The African Influence in Puerto Rican Music,” and “Multicultural Education: An Approach through Beauty, Fashion and Art.” Organized according to grade levels, each module is divided into a series of lessons complete with objectives and a detailed description of materials and activities.

$10.00   1996


Lifelong Learning Manual: Training for Effective Organizations

An action/resource guide to help raise the consciousness of those practicing education in non-school settings.


$10.00    

Beyond Schools: Education for Economic, Social, and Personal Development

This book presents a variety of case studies which illustrate the important education that takes place beyond formal schooling. Case studies range from a boat building apprenticeship program in Maine to a rural development project in Sri Lanka and provide a conceptual frame-work to understand the relationship among these varied educational approaches. The book explores use of the Lifelong Learning Scale as a diagnostic tool to enable practitioners to explore a wide variety of educational settings and make comparisons across fields. The analytical framework helps to translate the many languages used by trainers, consultants, counselors, and teachers in different work settings into a common set of questions, making dialogue, mutual learning, and linkages across fields more probable.

$15.00    

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NGO’s, OCCASIONAL PAPER SERIES

NGO Series: $5.00 each; $12.00 for complete series

1. NGOs in Indonesia: Issues of Hegemony and Social Change
By Mansour Fakih 1991

This paper traces the role of NGOs in development, modernization and capitalism in Indonesia. It offers a typology of alternative NGO structures and paradigms which allows NGOs to transform development, involve people and create a counter-hegemonic movement.
 
2. NGOs in Latin America: Issues and Characteristics of NGOs Involved in Development

By Eloy Anello, 1991

Since the 1950’s, NGOs have featured prominently in education, development and social change movements in Latin America since the 1950’s. This paper provides concrete examples of the roles NGOs have played in research and development. An analysis of NGO characteristics and a functional typology based on their delivery of services, research focus and grassroots action is provided.
 
3. NGOs in the Sahel: Issues in Cooperation for Natural Resources Management
By Jonathan Otto, 1991

This paper explores NGOs working in natural resources management in the Sahel.  By combining historical perspectives and cultural analysis, the paper provides an overview of the issues and actions taken over the past 40 years. Special attention is given to national and international NGOs, grassroots organizations, donors and the governments involved.

NGO Series: $5.00 each; $12.00 for complete series

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TECHNICAL NOTES SERIES

Technical notes for field workers on the application of NFE techniques or methods. 

Prices for Technical Notes Series:

$2.00 each
5 for $9.00
10 for $17.00
$40 for a complete set.

Please order by number.

1-13 are available in English or Spanish.


1. The Ecuador Project: the goals, philosophy and methodology of a rural NFE project.
 
2. Conscientizacao and Simulation Games: Paolo Freire’s educational philosophy and the use of simulation games for consciousness- raising.
 
3. Hacienda: a board game which simulates economic and social realities of the Ecuadorian Sierra.
 
4. Mercado: a card game that provides practice in basic marketing mathematics.
 
5. Ashton-Warner Literacy Method: a modified version of Sylvia Ashton-Warner’s approach to literacy training used in Ecuadorian villages.
 
6. Letter Dice: a simple, letter fluency game that involves pre-literates in a non-threatening approach to literacy.
 
7. Number Bingo: the game “Bingo” as a way to teach basic numeracy skills in village situations.
 
8. Math Fluency Games: a variety of simple games which provide practice in basic math.
 
9. Letter Fluency Games: simple, inexpensive devised designed to offer practice in the component skills necessary for literacy. The note discusses a variety of fluency techniques.
 
10. Tabacundo: Battery Powered Dialogue: use of a tape recorder for feedback and programming in a rural radio school program.
 
11. The Facilitator Model: the facilitator concept for community development in rural education.
 
12. Puppets and the Theater:
the use of theater, puppets and music for literacy and consciousness awareness in a rural community.
 
13. Fotonovella: developing and using photoliterature for literacy and consciousness-raising.
 
14. The Ecuadorian Game: a board game which simulates inequities of many educational systems.
 
15. The Fun Bus: an NFE project in Massachusetts, USA which used music, puppetry and drama to involve people in workshops on town issues.
 
16. Field Training through Case Studies: provides village case studies as a training method for community development workers in Indonesia.
 
17. Participatory Communication in Nonformal Education: simple processing techniques for information sharing, formative evaluation and staff communication.
 
18. Bintang Anda: A Game Process for Community Development: an integrated community development approach based on simulation games.
 
19. Using Consultants for Materials Development: an approach to selecting and utilizing short-term consultants for materials development.
 
20. Designing and Using Simulations for Training: the steps involved in designing and conducting simulations. Two simulations are presented..
 
21. The Q-Sort as a Needs Assessment Technique: how to adapt a research technique for needs assessment in nonformal education.
 
22. The Learning Fund: Income Generation through NFE: a program which combines educational and income-generation activities through learning groups.
 
23. Game of Childhood Diseases: a board game which addresses health concerns of children in the developing world.
 
24. Road to Birth Game:  a board game which addresses prenatal health concerns of women in the developing world.
 
25. Discussion Starters: describes how to facilitate dialogue in community groups using simple audio-visual materials.
 
26. Record Keeping for Small Rural Businesses: practical examples and lessons for small income generating projects.
 
27. Community Newspaper: how to create and publish a community newspaper in a participatory fashion.
 
28. Skills Drills: a self-teaching math skills game for students to learn and practice math on their own.
 
29. Jigsaw Map Making and Photo/Writing Wrap-up: Two Needs Assessment Tools: examines two participatory activities used in training community development workers in rural Cambodia to collect data and to assess and prioritize village needs. The methods are designed for application in other contexts.

Prices for Technical Notes Series:

$2.00 each
5 for $9.00
10 for $17.00
$40 for a complete set.

Please order by number.

1-13 are available in English or Spanish.

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