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Rapid appraisal and baseline data for refined target group identification
1993 by Sulawesi Regional Development Project, University of Guelph in Guelph, Ont .
Written in English
|Statement||by Tania Li, consultant and Farida T. Latepo ... [et al.] for Sulawesi Regional Development Project, University of Guelph and Directorate General of Regional Development (BANGDA), Department of Home Affairs in cooperation with the Canadian International Development Agency.|
|Series||Discussion series / Sulawesi Regional Development Project = Seri diskusi / Proyek Pengembangan Wilayah Sulawesi,, 2, Discussion series (Sulawesi Regional Development Project) ;, 2|
|Contributions||Latepo, Farida T., Sulawesi Regional Development Project., Indonesia. Direktorat Jenderal Pembangunan Daerah., Canadian International Development Agency.|
|LC Classifications||HC448.C45 L5 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 53 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||95105701|
This chapter focuses on appraisal using rapid appraisal techniques. There are two types of rapid appraisal techniques: participatory, in which as many as possible of the stakeholders for an health impact assessment (HIA) are involved; and non-participatory, in which only a small number (one or more) of stakeholders are included. Rapid appraisal can be used in two types of situation: during the Author: John Kemm. There are numerous rapid methods for evaluating program, system, and organizational change. Each approach was developed to address particular problems or improve certain kinds of practices. However, they have often been adopted for universal use without consideration of the circumstances for which they were originally created. This section provides a brief overview of a sample of the better. Rapid Appraisal Services has been a leader in claim appraisals in Texas since We proudly serve all Texas Metro areas and many surrounding communities. We write insurance auto claims Founded:
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Rapid appraisal and baseline data for refined target group identification: Desas E'Eya, Ulatan and Palasa Tengah, Kecamatan Tomini, Kabupaten Donggala, Sulawesi Tengah, April-May by Li, Tania, ; Latepo, Farida T; Sulawesi Regional Development Project; : Issue Date: Mar Description: Sulawesi Regional Development Project Discussion Series: Discussion Paper #2.
The target group identification strategy number of direct and indirect socio A mixture of RRA and baseline data collection techniques were used to support target group identification.
The team followed a set routine in the field: • Collection of relevant secondary data; • Participatory mapping for social and environmental data. Training in the use of RRA for baseline data collection and target group identification was conducted in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, as part of a joint venture between the Governments of Indonesia and Canada.
Nine trainees (from government agencies and NGOs) took part in the six week training, half of which was spent in a remote village area. cx-h— iAuthor: Tania Li. Rapid appraisal is a less structured data collection method aimed at supplying needed information in a timely and cost-effective manner.
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This is the fifth article in a series from the Arizona State University College of Nursing and Health Innovation’s Center for the Advancement of Evidence - Based Practice. Contents What is rapid appraisal Benefits Limitations When are rapid appraisal options appropriate.
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