Analysis of learning cycles in participatory environment and development projects: lessons from Nepal
In this paper, the authors assess the extent to which the inclusion of learning cycles in community development projects can contribute to local people’s increased capacity to initiate action. A case study approach was used to test the hypothesis that: Participatory environment and development projects that incorporate learning cycles will result in empowerment among local people. In this research, learning cycles were defined as a ‘continuous process of situation analysis, collaborative...[Show more]
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