Codes/Dramas for Farmer Learning

Drama and role plays by community members are used to enable people to communicate to different partners their perceptions of current situations versus desired changes. May include poetry, role plays and focus group discussions (Mapfumo et al., 2013).

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Website http://cg-parade.wikispaces.com/profile5
Contact person Regis Chikowo
Participatory approach / method to address complexity
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Tool manual/User guide Mapfumo, P., Adjei-Nsiah, S., Mtambanengwe, F., Chikowo, R. and Giller, K. E. 2013. Participatory action research (PAR) as an entry point for supporting climate change adaptation by smallholder farmers in Africa. Environmental Development, 5 (2013) 6–22.
Citation Mapfumo, P., Adjei-Nsiah, S., Mtambanengwe, F., Chikowo, R. and Giller, K. E. 2013. Participatory action research (PAR) as an entry point for supporting climate change adaptation by smallholder farmers in Africa. Environmental Development, 5 (2013) 6–22.