The power of participatory monitoring and evaluation: Insights from south-west China (2006)

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This article examines the capacity-building experiences of two research teams in Yunnan and Guizhou provinces in south-west China who used participatory monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) to strengthen their development research, particularly in the area of natural-resource management (NRM). The authors describe their efforts to incorporate PM&E practices in their work. The process proved challenging, despite political and economic changes in China that aim to allow more space for local voice and decision-making power in the management of natural resources and other village affairs. Institutionalising PM&E has still a long way to go and will require more field practice, greater integration in the processes of organisational development, and stronger connections with agendas of political change.
Language: English
Imprint: Development in Practice, Volume 16, Number 5, August 2006, pp 400 - 411. Routledge Publishing. Oxfam GB. http://www.jstor.org/pss/4030036 (subscription required) 2006
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