Oxfam UKPP's Partners' Participatory Appraisal Review Workshop: 18th and 19th April, 2001, Luther King House, Manchester | Community | Oxfam

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The aim of this workshop was to to bring together UKPP's partners using Participatory Appraisal (PA) to: review their experience of using PA, review their experience of developing skills and competence in using PA, discuss scope of using PA in their work and what support they might need on taking this forward, and Oxfam's possible role in that. For Oxfam, this would help us understand: the impact of PA as a tool in different situations, our role regarding capacity building, shaper, etc, our future role and how to progress the use of PA in poverty reduction work. The Oxfam UK Poverty Programme has supported various partners in developing Participatory Appraisal skills These partners and their projects have been all quite different in their nature - not only in what was undertaken and the way PA was used, but also in the way skills were acquired and the level of support and involvement of Oxfam UKPP staff.
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    Oxfam UKPP s Partners Participatory Appraisal Review Workshop 18th and 19th April, 2001 Luther King House, Manchester    Table of Contents 1 Introduction....................................................................................................1 2 General thoughts on PA................................................................................3 3 Issues and action...........................................................................................5 3.1 Ethos and principles of PA........................................................................6 3.2 Standards and Quality..............................................................................9 3.3 Managing PA locally...............................................................................12 3.4 Scaling up and mainstreaming................................................................14 4 What now?...................................................................................................17 Appendix A: List and contact details of participants.....................................19 Appendix B: Summaries of the organisations represented at the workshop.....................................................23 Appendix C: Programme of the workshop.....................................................35 Appendix D: Transcripts of the session notes/flipcharts, etc.  App D.1: Summary of issues to do with personal experience of PA...............37  App D.2: Summary of issues to do with PA and our own organisations.........38  App D.3: Local impact, advantages and disadvantages of using PA..............40  App D.4: Local impact of using PA 1..............................................................42  App D.5: Local impact of using PA 2..............................................................43  App D.6: Three lessons learned by each project/organisation........................44  App D.7: Ideas marketplace: Community led.................................................46  App D.8: Ideas marketplace: Managing PA....................................................49  App D.9: Ideas marketplace: PA for all..........................................................51  App D.10: Ideas workshop: Using PA in a strategic way................................53  App D.11: Evaluation.....................................................................................55 Oxfam UKPP's Partners' Participatory Appraisal Review Workshop
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