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Consensus Building in Common Pool Resources, DFID

Itad worked with a Bangladesh NGO to produce promotional material and develop a resources pack for PAPD through consensus building in common pool resources.

9/01/2005

Itad was contracted by DFID to work with a Bangladesh NGO to produce promotional material and develop a resources pack for Participatory Action Plan Development (PAPD).

DFID’s Natural Resources Systems Programme commissioned Itad to develop and test an innovative approach for scaling-up and promoting a methodology used in community-based planning. The communications programme for promoting a methodology used in community-based planning.

The PAPD methodology, known as Participatory Action Plan Development, is a tool that was developed in Bangladesh to facilitate communities to develop their own action plans for managing consensus building in common pool resources.

Image © At home in water. Photo Credit: Department for International Development / Rafiqur Rahman Raqu

 

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