NGO Approach to Shifting Cultivation

SB-Water JarWe put a lot of emphasis on social preparation. It is done through training activities, both formal and non-formal. We normally start with participatory problem identification, followed by an analysis of causes and effects before we discuss strategies on how to go about solving those problems communally. It is important that villagers understand that there is no long term effective remedy to their problems without them taking an active role.

From “Summary of NGO Approach to Shifting Cultivation,” by Sombath Somphone, 1993.

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