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Building Consensus and Joint Strategies for Fodder Development and Resource Management – Rapid Appraisal of Agriculture Knowledge Systems, a Multi Stakeholder Process

by ruchita last modified Dec 10, 2013 03:48 PM

Jul 08, 2010

This Good Practice note highlights the need for greater interaction and collaboration between different stake-holders dependent on the same natural resource base and responsible for its development and management.

The note details how a multi stakeholder process (MSP) called RAAKS – Rapid Appraisal of Agriculture Knowledge Systems – was developed and implemented for the management of common property resources, including the establishment of collaborative arrangements between community representatives, PRIs and line departments such as Forests, Animal Husbandry and Rural Development, in a pilot project in District Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh, India.

 

Authors: K Bhavana Rao, Shefali Misra

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