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Handbook on Stakeholder Consultaion_afdb(2001)

Handbook on Stakeholder Consultaion_afdb(2001)

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Guide to Stakeholder Consulations for development projects
Guide to Stakeholder Consulations for development projects

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 AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANKHANDBOOK ON STAKEHOLDERCONSULTATION AND PARTICIPATIONIN ADB OPERATIONS
OESU 2001
 
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION 1 CHAPTER II UNDERSTANDING STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION 2
2.1 What is Participation 22.2 What is a Stakeholder 22.3 Underlying Principles of Participation 32.4
 
Links between participation and other key cross-cutting issues 32.5 What are the Benefits and Costs of Participation 4
CHAPTER III KEY ENTRY POINTS FOR STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATIONIN BANK-SUPPORTED OPERATIONS 6
 3.1 Introduction 63.2 Preparation of CSPs 83.3 Project Identification 113.4 Project Preparation 133.5 Project Appraisal 163.6 Project Implementation and Management 193.7 Project Supervision 203.8 Project Monitoring and Evaluation 213.9 Project Completion 223.10 Portfolio Review 23
CHAPTER IV METHODS AND TOOLS 24
4.1 Introduction 244.2 Participatory Stakeholder Analysis 254.3 Participatory Meetings and Workshops 274.4 Participatory Research/Data Collection 334.5 Participatory Planning 37
CHAPTER V CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 40
 5.1 Introduction 405.2 Participatory Corporate Culture 405.3 Institutional Procedures 405.4 Knowledge and Skills 415.5 Resources 41
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ANNEXES
Annex 1 Glossary of Selected Participation ToolsAnnex 2 Organisations and Institutions with Expertise in Participation in AfricaAnnex 3 Information about Participation on the InternetAnnex 4 References and Literature for Further Reading
LIST OF BOXES
Box 1 Different Levels of Stakeholder InvolvementBox 2 Bank Experience with Participatory CSPsBox 3 Participation in the Preparation of PRSPsBox 4 Promoting the Participation of Primary StakeholdersBox 5 Promoting Women’s Participation in Project PlanningBox 6 NGO/CSO Involvement in Bank-Supported ProjectsBox 7 Criteria for Identifying Participatory NGOsBox 8 Participatory M&E in the Mali Poverty Reduction ProjectBox 9 How the Size of Meetings Impacts ParticipationBox 10 S.T.E.P.S. for Successful Participatory MeetingsBox 11 Working Assumptions for Holding Participatory MeetingsBox 12 Adapting Materials/Methods to the Local Context
LIST OF TABLES
Table I Participatory and Conventional Approaches to M&E Compared Table II Stakeholder Analysis TableTable III Overview of a Focused ConversationTable IV Participatory Research versus Traditional Questionnaire ResearchTable V SWOT MatrixTable VI Force Field Analysis Matrix
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