Who counts? : the quiet revolution of participation and numbers

Abstract: Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation has taken many forms, with varied degrees of ownership and empowerment. Whether participatory statistics empower local people is sensitive to official acceptance and whether thise lead to changes in policy and practice that make a real difference.

Author(s): Chambers, Robert

Source(s): , IDS working paper; 296 43 p., ill., maps, tabs, 30 cm IDS working paper 296

Published: 2007 University of Sussex. Institute of development studies (IDS), Brighton (English

ISBN/ISSN: 978-1-85864-672-5/

Link: http://www.ids.ac.uk/download.cfm?file=wp296.pdf

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