By Caroline M. Robb
The second one version of this e-book info the way to contain the negative utilizing the Participatory Poverty evaluate (PPA) procedure. this technique was once built through the area financial institution in partnerships with NGOs, executive, and educational associations and has been applied in over 60 international locations world wide over the last decade. Participatory Poverty tests are highlighting the doubtless major position the negative can play in interpreting poverty, constructing interventions for poverty relief, and comparing the impact of tasks and guidelines. This ebook additionally attracts on new PPA case examples.
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The inclusion of other stakeholders at different levels in the country is required to link the information from the PPAs to policymaking. In many countries, this inclusion has led to the creation of partnerships among the Bank, government, and civil society with the objective of reducing poverty. Page 5 tively. , the World Bank's poverty assessments for Armenia and Zambia). Traditional survey data can be used to count, compare, and predict. The strength of the PPA is not in counting but rather in understanding hidden dimensions of poverty and analyzing causality and processes by which people fall into and get out of poverty.
The objective of a comprehensive poverty analysis, therefore, should be to conduct participatory research and household surveys interactively, so that they enhance each other. If a PPA is conducted after the household survey, the results will either explain, challenge, reinforce, or shed new light on household survey data. The results of the household survey can also, of course, explain, challenge, or reinforce the PPA. In Armenia, for example, the PPA was conducted after the survey work and was able to illuminate areas not covered in the survey, such as reciprocity and kinship networks and the impacts of crime.
At the community level, the quality, credibility, and effectiveness of the PPA relate to when it is performed (before, during, or after the household survey), the methods used, the length of Page xvii time allocated for fieldwork, the skills of the researchers, and the degree of institutional linkage established through the fieldwork process. Ethical questions are raised in this new field of influencing policy through dialogue with the poor. In the past, participatory methodologies were widely used at the project level, where there was immediate follow-up and action at the community level.
Can the poor influence policy?: participatory poverty assessments in the developing world, Page 823 by Caroline M. Robb