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Collaborative Learning in Practice
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  • Edited by Ronnie Vernooy, Senior Programme Specialist, International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Canada
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This book presents novel approaches to collaborative learning by drawing on research and practical experiences from China, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. The case studies show how local communities address and learn from challenges in managing natural resources through joint efforts with researchers and other actors. They demonstrate the merits of learning strategies that use a variety of methods. These methods are grounded in the local context that involves facilitators monitored from the outset. It creates a strong environment of collaboration and dynamic process management. The book shows that learning strategies that are both innovative and collaborative can lead to sounder rural development.

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