Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more ➡
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Add note
Save to My Library
Sync to mobile
Look up keyword
Like this
3Activity
×
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
Participate (Beyond 2015-IDS) Synthesis

Participate (Beyond 2015-IDS) Synthesis

Ratings: (0)|Views: 1,240|Likes:
Published by lawrencehaddad
Synthesis of work on participatory studies from the Participate Initiative
Synthesis of work on participatory studies from the Participate Initiative

More info:

categoriesTypes, Research
Published by: lawrencehaddad on Mar 25, 2013
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See More
See less

03/26/2013

pdf

text

original

 
What matters most?
 Evidence rom 84 participatory studies with thoseliving with extreme poverty and marginalisation
 
Participate
is co-convened by the Institute o Development Studies and Beyond 2015, but the initiative is only possible because o theenegy, epetise and vision o the numeous oganisations who ae unding and acilitating the paticipatoy eseach.
Participate
isunded by UK aid om the UK Govenment, howeve the views epessed ae those o the authos and do not necessaily eect theUK Govenment’s ofcial policies. reades ae encouaged to quote and epoduce mateial om
What Matters Most? Evidence rom84 participatory studies with those living with extreme poverty and marginalisation
in thei own publications. In etun, IDS equestsdue acknowledgement.Leavy, J. and Howad, J,.
et al 
(2013)
What Matters Most? Evidence rom 84 participatory studies with those living with extreme poverty and marginalisation
, Paticipate, Bighton: IDS© Institute o Development Studies 2013
The Participate Initiative
The
Participate
initiative is poviding high quality evidence on the eality o povety at gound level, bingingthe pespectives o the pooest into the post-2015 debate.
Participate
aims to:
 
Bing pespectives o those in povety into decision-making pocesses;
 
Embed paticipatoy eseach in global policymaking;
 
Use eseach with the pooest as the basis o advocacy with decision-makes;
 
Ensue that maginalised people have a cental ole in holding decision-makes to account in the post-2015 pocess;
 
Geneate knowledge, undestanding and elationships o the global public good.
Acronyms
ATD
All Togethe o Dignity
AusAID
Austalian Agency o Intenational Development
CBO
Community-Based Oganisation
CESESMA
Cento de Sevicios Educativos en Salud y Medio Ambiente (Cente o Education in Healthand Envionment)
CLTS
Community-Led Total Sanitation
DFID
Depatment o Intenational Development (UK govenment)
FGD
Focus Goup Discussion
GM
Genetically modifed
GPRS
Gowth and Povety reduction Stategy
HA
Health Authoity
HHH
Host household in the rCA
IDS
Institute o Development Studies
INSS
Mozambican National Institute o Social Secuity
LC
Local Council
LRA
Lod’s resistance Amy
MDG(s)
Millennium Development Goals
MFDC
Mouvement des oces démocatiques de Casamance in Senegal
MiDA
Millennium Development Authoity
MRU
Manon rive Union
NAADS
National Agicultual Advisoy Sevices (Kaamoja, Uganda)
NGO
Non-govenmental Oganisation
NHIS
National Health Insuance Scheme (Ghana)
ODI
Oveseas Development Institute
PPVA
Paticipatoy Povety and Vulneability Assessment
RCA
Reality Check 
s Appoach
SIDA
Swedish Intenational Development Agency
WTO
Wold Tade Oganization
Credits
Authors
Jennie LeavyJoanna Howad 
Contributors
Evie BownDanny BunsEika Lopez FancoElizabeth MillsThea ShaokhFancesca SalviChis ShawJoanna Wheele 
Production Editors
Clae GomanCatheine Setchell 
lllustrations
Natalie Foste 
Design
Lance Belles
 
3
What matters most?Contents
 Contents
Introduction
4
Narrative summary
6Chapter 1
Development requently doesn’t reach the very poor and most marginalised
9Chapter 2
Development that is sustainable requires meaningul participation that leads to strong local ownership
17Chapter 3
Poverty is increasingly characterised by uncertainty, crisis, conict, insecurity and volatility
25Chapter 4
Poor governance reinorces poverty or the poorest and most marginalised
31Chapter 5
Key fndings and recommendations or the post-2015 global development ramework
37Appendix 1
Key messages from
People’s Experiences o Living in Poverty: Early fndings or the High Level Panel Deliberations report 
 
40
Bibliographic reerences
41
Bibliography – by project
43
Glossary
3F crisis
Food, Fuel and Financial inteelated cises, epeienced woldwide. Stating in 2007 and withongoing impacts
Chapa
Local public tanspot dives, Mozambique
Dharna
Method o seeking justice by sitting at the doo o one’s debto o wongdoe and astinguntil justice is obtained, India
KA Council
Kahua Association Council, a local CBO in the Solomon Islands
Kazi kwa vijana
(Wok o Youth) Kenyan youth employment poject
LEAP Ghana
Livelihood Empowement against Povety Pogam is a social cash tanse pogamme whichpovides cash and health insuance to etemely poo households acoss Ghana to alleviateshot-tem povety and encouage long-tem human capital development
Machamba
Agicultual plot, Mozambique
Panchayat 
Village council o assembly in India, consisting o a small numbe o eldes and opeating as adispute and govenance mechanism
Paniya
A Scheduled Tibe in India
Sustainable Development
While we ae also concened about issues o envionmental sustainability, in this case whenwe ee to development that is sustainable we mean development pocesses that will last.

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->