Can PRA methods be used to collect economic data? A non-timber forest product case study from Zimbabwe

Abstract

This paper compared PRA methods and a household sample survey for eliciting economic data on the use of Ilala palm (Hyphaene petersiana), an important non-timber forest product resource for livelihoods in south-eastern Zimbabwe.

Citation

Participatory Learning and Action Notes 36. October 1999. pp. 34-40. Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods Programme, International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED). London, UK.

Can PRA methods be used to collect economic data? A non-timber forest product case study from Zimbabwe

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