R8223 Consensus building in common pool resources: PAPD methdology

2002-2004; Bangladesh; DFID, Natural Resources Systems Programme

Itad was contracted by DFID to provide guidance and support in further development of the method, in the design and testing of a training programme about the method and the production of a Participatory Action Plan Development (PAPD) Resources Pack in English and Bangla for the consensus building.

PAPD is a participatory tool that was developed in Bangladesh to facilitate communities in managing their common pool resources. This project developed a training package for development practitioners to learn about and use the PAPD method. It also sought to build awareness about the method in a wide range of organisations within Bangladesh and in the region.

Image © A community health worker conducting a survey in the Korail slum, Bangladesh. Photo Credit: Lucy Milmo/DFID

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