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What is the participatory approach?
Simply so, what is participatory approach in research?
Participatory research comprises a range of methodological approaches and techniques, all with the objective of handing power from the researcher to research participants, who are often community members or community-based organisations. Participatory research involves inquiry, but also action.
Secondly, what are the advantages of participatory approach? Participation carries with it feelings of ownership, and builds a strong base for the intervention in the community. If people are integral to the planning of a community intervention, then that intervention will be theirs.
Also to know, what are the main principles of participatory approaches?
The principle of participation – the active involvement and empowerment of stakeholders – is the core of all our work. Participatory Learning and Action (PLA) is an approach for learning about and engaging with communities.
What is participatory approach to rural development?
“Participatory development is a process through which stakeholders can influence and share control over development initiatives, and over the decisions and resources that affect themselves”(ADB, 1996). PD uses local decision making and capacities to steer and define the nature of an intervention.