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Trade customer orders – see inside back cover New and Forthcoming Titles 2010 Emergency Market Building Back Better Lessons from Aceh Disaster Risk Mapping and Delivering people-centred Key considerations in post- Management Analysis Toolkit housing reconstruction at disaster reconstruction and Reconstruction Mike Albu scale Jo da Silva in Latin America Edited by Michal Lyons and Theo Schilderman ‘Lessons from Aceh successfully ‘The EMMA toolkit effectively A Technical Manual incorporates current thinking in brings comprehensive market Barbara Montoro and ‘The breadth of contributions the shelter sector, while carrying analysis approaches to the rapid Pedro Ferradas provides considerable material out a thorough comparison emergency context. It’s a critical for readers seeking to understand of responses, providing an Recent earthquakes have step forward.’ highlighted the importance of good and support participatory and invaluable resource for all those Timothy H. Nourse, Academy disaster planning. Adequate risk integrated approaches for involved in shelter provision and for Educational Development, assessment and risk reduction Ramallah, West Bank reconstruction.’ settlement reconstruction.’ strategies, and improved response Diana Mitlin, University of John Adlam, UK Department for and reconstruction work have Markets are a crucial component of Manchester and Senior Research International Development benefited from the documentation how people survive. Understanding Associate, IIED of past disasters. how markets are disrupted in The Indian Ocean tsunami on emergencies is critical to any The devastating impact of disasters 26 December 2004 devastated This practical manual, prepared by analysis of hunger, and to food and on the world’s population is Practical Action’s regional office in the coastline in Aceh province livelihood security. The Emergency on the increase, influenced by Lima, offers an up-to-date resource on the northern tip of Indonesia Market Mapping and Analysis climate change, urbanization, and covering both methodological leaving 167,000 people dead Toolkit (EMMA) is a guidance persistent high levels of poverty, and technical aspects of disaster and over half a million people manual to assist front-line staff to among other factors. There is a mitigation. growing demand for reconstruction without homes. This resulted in do rapid assessments of market systems in the first few weeks of at scale. This book asks whether an unprecedented humanitarian ISBN 9781853396724 response. Over the next three 2010 • 128 pages a crisis. Its purpose is to improve large-scale reconstruction can be £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 early response planning so that participatory and developmental; years the Disasters Emergency resources are used effectively, can rebuilding be truly people- Committee (DEC) Member Agencies and so that opportunities are not centred, contributing to breaking collectively constructed almost missed to bolster future recovery in the cycle of poverty and 20,000 houses in Aceh, in addition the local economy. This toolkit can dependence? Can reconstruction to numerous schools and health help prevent lasting damage to the reduce people’s vulnerability to centres. In Lessons from Aceh their livelihoods, jobs and businesses on disasters and other shocks? experiences are used as a case which people’s long-term security study to illustrate the practical Building Back Better examines depends. realities of delivering a successful the context for reconstruction, and EMMA is designed for generalists, shows how developments in the programme and the range of as well as specialist staff working in fields of housing, participation issues that need to be considered, the food security, shelter, water and and livelihoods have changed highlighting best and worst practice sanitation sectors. It takes them and enriched approaches to whilst recognizing that there is through ten practical steps so they reconstruction. It then goes validity in different approaches can both understand the important on to explore the practice within the same response. market aspects of an emergency of implementing large-scale Lessons from Aceh is targeted at situation, and communicate this reconstruction through in-depth senior managers, decision-makers knowledge promptly and effectively case studies of recent programmes and programme advisers to help to decision-makers. The focus is on in Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Indonesia simple visual, graphical and largely them make informed decisions, and India. Finally, an analysis of manage expectations and reduce qualitative ways of describing the selected projects in six additional impact of the emergency on people risk in future responses. It will also countries over a longer period of be of interest to built environment and on the critical market systems time adds other issues of relevance upon which they most rely. professionals, researchers or policy to people-centred reconstruction makers. An important theme The book also contains a CD-ROM at scale. throughout is the way in which with an electronic version of the The book intends to inform policy, toolkit and supplementary training reconstruction can act as a catalyst programme design, practice and to recovery, contribute to long- materials. evaluation. It will be of interest to term development, and reduce ISBN 9781853396991 all agencies regularly involved in vulnerability to future disasters. 2010 • 230 pages reconstruction work after disasters, £19.95 • €29.95 • $39.95 In Aceh the most successful as well as to students, academics reconstruction programmes have Published in association with Oxfam GB, International Rescue Committee and and researchers. left a legacy that is much more than Interaction ISBN 9781853397011 just bricks and mortar. 2010 • 388 pages £17.95 • €26.95 • $34.95 ISBN 9781853397004 2010 • 96 pages Published in association with the £14.95 • €22.95 • $29.95 International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and London South Published in association with Disasters Bank University. Emergency Committee and Arup Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com 1 New and Forthcoming Titles 2010 What Works for the Agricultural Value Value Chains in Sustainable Learning Poorest? Chain Finance Development for Women’s Poverty Reduction Programmes Tools and Lessons Emerging Theory and Empowerment for the World’s Ultra-Poor Calvin Miller and Linda Jones Practice Ways Forward in Micro- Edited by David Lawson, Edited by Linda Jones ‘This book makes a useful Finance David Hulme, Imran Matin and Karen Moore contribution to the rapidly Value chain development can Edited by Linda Mayoux expanding literature on value identify and address the sector- specific bottlenecks that hinder the Micro-finance programmes ‘After this book, development chains by clarifying the myriad development of an industry. Value targeting women became a major policy and practice should never methods, some old, some plank of donor poverty alleviation Chains in Development charts the be the same again.’ new, used to finance actors in strategies in the 1990s and funding rise of value chain analysis from Professor Robert Chambers, agricultural value chains.’ the sub-sector approach, through is set to further increase in this Institute of Development Studies, Richard L. Meyer, Professor classic business development century under initiatives by CGAP UK. Emeritus, Ohio State University. services, and includes how to and member donor agencies. ‘Everyone committed to the assess value chains, measure Sustainable Learning for Women’s MDGs worldwide should know Agriculture remains an important potential competitiveness Empowerment brings together this book.’ means of alleviating poverty, but and facilitate market-based papers by practitioners and shortage of finance can constrain interventions. academics involved in innovation in Professor Barbara Harriss-White, its development. At the same time, Selected from among the best impact assessment and grassroots Oxford University. agriculture is evolving towards a papers on this subject in Enterprise learning methodologies, proposes a Poverty reduction has become the global system requiring high- Development and Microfinance framework for sustainable learning central goal of development policies quality, competitive products and (formerly Small Enterprise which will in itself be empowering, over the last decade but there organized in value chains which Development journal), 14 articles and discusses the continuing is a growing realization that the often exclude smallholders. Value take the long view of a discipline challenges which will inevitably poorest people rarely benefit from chain financing in agriculture offers that has recently become an have to be faced. poverty reduction programmes. an opportunity to increase the essential tool for economic progress ISBN 9781853396335 Microfinance programmes can help scope and reduce the cost and risk in developing countries. In her 2010 • 352 pages poor people improve their lives of financing to agriculture. It can introductory chapter the editor £24.95 • €37.95 • US$49.95 but generally such programmes do also help value chains to be more discusses what we can learn Not available from Practical Action not reach the extremely poor and inclusive, by making resources from past trends and more recent Publishing in South Asia the chronic poor: casual labourers available for smallholders to development. in remote rural areas, ethnic and integrate into higher value chains. indigenous minorities, older people, These critical readings are essential Agricultural Value Chain Finance background for students and widows, migrants, bonded labourers provides a comprehensive look at and others. practitioners of the market-based the models, tools and approaches approaches to development. To counter this, governments, NGOs used by industry leaders in all parts and donors have started to mount of the developing world. These are ISBN 9781853396786 2010 • 204 pages • Hardback programmes explicitly targeting described, analysed and illustrated £29.95 • €44.95 • $59.95 the poorest. This book is the first by many rich examples in order to Not available from Practical Action attempt to examine such initiatives demonstrate how they work and to Publishing in South Asia and identify ‘what works for the extract lessons and applications for poorest’. It asks the questions: others to adapt. The book includes what are the characteristics of 40 industry examples and five extreme poverty? how can we target comprehensive case studies to the very poor? how can we ensure enrich the learning. that women are not excluded? This book is essential reading Through a set of carefully selected for microfinance practitioners, and well-integrated papers this credit union leaders working in book analyses innovative ultra- agriculture, NGO practitioners, poor programmes from around the agribusiness technical staff, world and explores the lessons bankers, researchers and policy that emerge from this new and makers. important body of knowledge. ISBN 9781853397028 What Works for the Poorest? 2010 • 192 pages should be read by staff of donor £19.95 • €29.95 • $39.95 agencies and NGOs, students of Published in association with The Food development studies and interested and Agricultural Organization of the United readers who are concerned about Nations chronic poverty. ISBN 9781853396908 2010 • 304 pages £19.95 • €29.95 • $39.95 Published in association with the Chronic Poverty Research Centre 2 Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com New and Forthcoming Titles 2010 How Africa Works Deconstructing Dharavi Frontiers in Occupational change, Development Documenting Informalities Participatory Rural identity and morality Discourse Edited by Jonatan Habib Appraisal and Engqvist and Maria Lantz Edited by Deborah Fahy Bryceson Buzzwords and Fuzzwords Participatory Learning Redevelopment plans threaten Occupational change is often assumed by Western donor agencies Edited by Andrea Cornwall and the livelihoods of hundreds of and Action to accompany ‘development’ and Deborah Eade thousands of people who live and to lead to an improved material Writing from diverse locations, work in Dharavi, a city within the PRA and PLA in Applied standard of living. But occupational city of Mumbai. In Daharavi houses Research contributors critically examine change affects more than an and workplaces have developed some of the key terms in current Amitava Mukherjee individual’s economic status, as it over generations. Markets, alleys development discourse. Why should is central to an understanding of and the landscape itself were Community participation or language matter to those who are his or her social identity and affects created as a result of actions and people’s participation in the doing development? Surely, there the ethical foundations of their hard work, through negotiations and process of development has entered are more urgent things to do than communities and nation states. mutual needs. Memories of these into the development lexicon sit around mulling over semantics? In times of exceptional economic struggles, stories and dreams all permanently. New methods, tools But language does matter. crisis, as age-old occupational intertwine in Dharavi. and approaches (variously called Whether emptied of their original pursuits and work hierarchies meaning, essentially vacuous, or This chronicle twists the informal Participatory Learning and Action, erode, the search for alternative hotly contested, the language of society toward a formal one. It Participatory Rural Appraisal livelihoods can unleash economic development not only shapes our aims to show the creative power or its earlier incarnation Rapid and social experimentation. New imagined worlds, but also justifies of the grassroots and encourages Rural Appraisal) to enlist people’s occupational identities coalesce; interventions in real people’s lives. politicians and other stakeholders participation have been invented, social trust is put to the test in to listen to the demands and to improvised and developed by emerging work situations, mobility If development buzzwords conceal development practitioners and provide for infrastructure and patterns and social agencies. ideological differences or sloppy academics all over the world. services. This book dispels the thinking, then the process of How Africa Works analyses the idea that a ‘slum’ can only be This book is a unique exercise constructive deconstruction makes role of changing work patterns a location for despair. Dharavi: in exploration and synthesis, it possible to re-examine what in the formation of the political Documenting Informalities reveals demonstrating and documenting have become catch-all terms like foundations of Africa’s future. thriving communities, innovative the experiments which have civil society and poverty reduction, Rich case studies reveal a wealth architecture and powerful grass revealed that the participatory or bland aid-agency terms such of insights into the interaction roots politics. By moving beyond tools, methods and approaches as partnership or empowerment. between the state, market, abstract concepts such as can be very efficiently used in Such engagement is far more than community and household as globalization and post-colonialism, several fields of human exploration. a matter of playing word games. sub-Saharan Africa’s economy Dharavi: Documenting Informalities These include organization The reflections included here raise is transformed. This book gives detailed, personal accounts and institutional development, major questions about how we think asks the question: how does of the many ways in which we are action research (on the need to about development itself. ‘occupationality’ change identity all linked to Dharavi’s people and adopt an inter-sectoral approach and help build consensus around a The 30 contributors to this volume industries. to dealing with development new social morality? include Cassandra Balchin, Srilatha issues, on hunger, participatory Essays by Saskia Sassen, Arjun Batliwala, Robert Chambers, Neera poverty assessment, bio-diversity This book is important reading Appadurai and Sheela Patel Chandhoke, Ben Fine, Shalmali conservation and conflict resolution for academics and students of complement maps, photographs, Guttal, Pablo Alejandro Leal, Islah over sharing of resources), macro- development studies and social drawings and interviews made by a Jad, Thandika Mkandawire, John policy evaluation and democratic anthropology, and for policy group of artists and architects from Samuel, John Toye, and Peter Uvin. processes. Each chapter, dealing makers. The Royal University College of Originally published as a special Fine Arts in Stockholm. with these issues, describes ISBN 9781853396915 double issue of Development in both the process followed in the 2010 • 304 pages ISBN 9781853397103 Practice journal, the book is vital 2010 • 304 pages • Hardback application of participatory tools £19.95 • €29.95 • $39.95 reading for all concerned with a £39.95 • €49.95 • $59.95 and methods in the respective field deeper understanding international Not available from Practical Action and the synthesis of the theory of development policy and practice. Publishing in South Asia participation with practice as well. The book will be an invaluable ISBN 9781853397066 2010 • 320 pages guide to practitioners, researchers, £18.95 • €28.95 • $37.95 academics and students of Published in association with Oxfam GB development economics and poverty planning. ISBN 9781853397110 2010 • 468 pages £24.95 • €37.95 • $49.95 Not available from Practical Action Publishing in South Asia Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com 3 New and Forthcoming Titles 2010 Seeds and Synergies Cities, Poverty and Food Sovereignty Rural Women Innovating Rural Food Towards democracy in in South Asia Development in China Multi-Stakeholder Policy and localized food systems Edited by Jaya Arunchalam and Edited by Song Yiching and Planning in Urban Agriculture responding to a changing U. Kalpagam Ronnie Vernooy environment Marielle Dubbeling, Henk de This book highlights the ‘Seeds and Synergies presents Zeeuw and René van Veenhuizen New Edition commonalities and differences in inspiring evidence of change Michael Windfuhr and rural women’s experiences across The numbers of the urban poor are Jennie Jonsén in practice and policy in the on the increase; at the same time the countries and communities of governance of seed systems their position has been made more Food Sovereignty is the policy the South Asia region. It argues and the conservation of agro- vulnerable by the recent food and framework for the governance of that the low status and weak biodiversity. Policy makers and economic crises. City authorities food and agriculture has emerged empowerment of rural women is need to find innovative strategies to from the social movements of due to the structural conditions plant breeders should read this!’ of poverty and inequality in the Janice Jiggins, Professor and eradicate urban hunger and improve food providers as a countervailing the livelihoods of the urban poor. approach to the governance of food region, the social and cultural guest researcher, Communication shaping of gender ideologies, and and Innovation Studies, Urban agriculture provides such a and agriculture at local, national and international levels. Food the multiple patriarchies and caste Wageningen University Research strategy by enhancing access to fresh and class dominance through Centre and nutritious food, and contributing Sovereignty puts food providers centre-stage and prioritises which poor women experience to local economic development and power relations. However, a sense social inclusion of the urban poor, the human right of consumers Farmers and researchers too often of optimism pervades as country especially women. It also has the to nutritious foods, sourced live and work in different realities. experiences reflect the renewed effect of greening cities, promoting as locally as possible, rather Researchers breed plant hybrids in concerns and commitments about the productive reuse of urban waste, than internationally tradeable the laboratory that are successful only rural women’s empowerment in and reducing vulnerability to climate commodities. It builds knowledge under ideal conditions, requiring just both state policy and the significant change. and skills that conserve and the right inputs of water, fertilizer, snowballing of social activism develop local food production and and pesticides. For resource-poor To do this, urban agriculture must be in the region. The essays in the rejects proprietary technologies that farmers, however, such conditions cross-cutting and multi-functional. book reiterate the importance facilitate corporate control. simply don’t exist. As a result, they So how can policy be developed to of poverty alleviation, providing either obtain poor results from high- include all the relevant sectors and In this new edition, Michael decent work opportunities, tech seeds or continue to do the best disciplines, including agriculture, Windfuhr describes the investing in education and health, they can with local varieties. urban land use planning, health, development of the Food and involving women in decision waste management, social housing Sovereignty policy framework making and governance such that Seeds and Synergies reflects on and slum upgrading, and parks and and shows how it addresses their substantive empowerment the innovative efforts of a group of nature management? the multiple crises and rapidly is fostered by enhancing their Chinese researchers and extension changing environment for securing capabilities, entitlements and agents to connect scientists and Cities, Poverty and Food presents future food supplies. He builds choices. farmers. Their action research the experience of RUAF in multi- on the outcomes of the Nyéléni has enabled indigenous women stakeholder policy formulation and ISBN: 9781853396779 2007 Forum for Food Sovereignty, and men in local communities to action planning for urban agriculture 2010 • 304 pages considers the inclusion of aspects £14.95 • €22.95 • $29.95 improve maize varieties jointly with in programmes in over 20 cities of Food Sovereignty in the professional plant breeders. This has in 17 countries, under the Cities Not available from Practical Action policies of Bolivia, Mali and Nepal Publishing in South Asia invigorated maize production, created Farming for the Future programme, among others, and more recent new livelihoods, and strengthened implemented between 2005 and processes. Windfuhr outlines the organizational capacities. The 2008. basic assumptions and provides research has also resulted in This book provides valuable insights a comparative analysis of the policy changes in plant breeding, and guidelines which are essential limitations of the concept of in the conservation of agricultural reading for the staff of municipal food security, analyses how Food biodiversity, in the protection of authorities, producer groups and Sovereignty relates to the current indigenous knowledge, in farmer community-based organizations; and prospective challenges for organization, and in the provision of for NGO field workers; university rural development, food and services, notably extension. researchers; agricultural extension agricultural policies, and discusses This book will be of particular interest officers and others who seek to possible policy constraints to the to agriculturalists, rural development enhance participatory governance, adoption of the Food Sovereignty scholars, researchers, teachers and urban food security, urban poverty policy framework. What emerges trainers, and field-level practitioners. alleviation and improved urban is a persuasive and highly political ISBN 9781853397059 environmental management. argument for repositioning the 2010 • 152 pages ISBN 9781853397097 control of food production and £15.95 • €23.95 • $31.95 2010 • 184 pages consumption within democratic Published in association with the £15.95 • €23.95 • $31.95 processes rooted in localized food International Development Research Centre Published in association with the systems. and the Centre for Chinese Agricultural International Network of Resource Centres Policy of the Chinese Academy of Science ISBN 9781853397073 on Urban Agriculture and Food Security 2010 • 96 pages (RUAF) £14.95 • €22.95 • $29.95 4 Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com New and Forthcoming Titles 2010 Greywater Use in the Shit Matters Designing and The Hidden Middle East The Potential of Community- Building Mini Energy Crisis Technical, Social, Economic Led Total Sanitation and Micro Hydro How Policies are Failing the Edited by Lyla Mehta and and Policy Issues Edited by Stephen McIlwaine and Synne Movik Power Schemes World’s Poor Teodoro Sanchez Mark Redwood Sanitation remains one of the A Practical Guide biggest development challenges ‘Teo Sanchez touches a raw ‘This book is timely in many Luis Rodriguez and of our time, and a long neglected nerve in the world of energy ways: timely, because of the Teodoro Sanchez issue associated with taboos access – the majority of the increasing problem of freshwater and stigma. Despite growing scarcity in many parts of the ‘This book’s strength is that it is poor who remain peripheral to attention and efforts, many top- based on years of experience out in modern energy interventions. world; timely, because the down approaches to sanitation resilience of our water supply the field of designing micro hydro Unless we make a case for the have failed, reflecting that simply and hydraulic systems in the face providing people with a toilet systems that work.’ poor, energy access will continue of climate change is in question; does not necessarily guarantee its Dr Arthur Williams, School of to remain low on the agenda of timely, because the health, use. The Community-Led Total Electrical Electronic Engineering, The national government policies livelihood and nutritional status Sanitation (CLTS) approach offers University of Nottingham, UK. or international aid. Sanchez of peri-urban populations are a more promising alternative, starts the debate with facts and under threat. The book’s specific focusing on facilitating a profound Small hydro power installations figures, which I hope will convert focus takes greywater out of change in people’s behaviour have the potential to provide into positive actions.’ the shadow of wastewater and through participatory techniques. a renewable supply of energy to people in remote, hilly Dr Kavita Rai, Programme excreta use in agriculture and By raising local people’s awareness communities, far from the national Manager, Global Village Energy highlights new opportunities to of the linkages between open grid. This book is based on the Partnership contribute to poverty alleviation.’ defecation and disease through the release of powerful emotions authors’ considerable experience Robert Bos, World Health Billions of people worldwide are such as disgust and shame, they of installing hydroelectric schemes Organization, Department of without access to clean, modern are encouraged to analyse their own that produce up to 500 kW for Public Health and Environment energy, which leads to drudgery, sanitation situation and take action powering small communities. In water-scarce areas of the themselves. ill health and sometimes death. This book describes not only the Although a lack of adequate energy Middle East, greywater (household The approach has proved electro-mechanical equipment and affects people’s health and well- wastewater excluding toilet waste) is immensely successful, being how it is installed, but also the being, as well as their productive commonly used by poor communities implemented in more than 20 correct setting of the installation and educational capacities, to irrigate home gardens. This both countries, and has a big potential and how to design and build the addressing this deficit is a low supplements the water available to in terms of achieving several channels leading up to the turbine priority for governments and donor the household and improves food Millennium Development Goals. so as to optimize performance. agencies. security. This book examines the However, like any development These civil works can be carried technical approaches to treating The Hidden Energy Crisis outlines success story challenges still out by local manpower, using and using greywater for irrigation, why we have failed so far to extend remain regarding scaling up with materials that are usually available including its associated risks to energy access to the world’s poor, quality, inclusion of the poorest and locally. Chapters cover the main health and the environment. It and suggests operating models sustainability and there is a danger components of small hydroelectric discusses many of the non-technical that have greater potential to that accounts of success may be plants from the intake and issues that influence effectiveness make a difference. It argues that exaggerated. This book addresses the headrace channel, via the and sustainability of greywater use. meeting the basic needs of the both the potential and challenges conveyance channel, to the forebay It also takes a hard look at economic world’s energy poor will not make of CLTS by drawing on research in tank, penstock, turbine, and issues, arguing that more clarity a significant difference to global Bangladesh, India and Indonesia, generator. and consistency from policymakers carbon emissions. However, it is essential if low-income, water- as well as experiences from Africa. This practical manual is a major will take significant effort and stressed communities are to make With chapters by leading scholars new addition to the resources finance from international donors, better and safer use of their existing and practitioners in sanitation available for micro-hydro power multinational and national water supplies. The book concludes policy and practice as well as project and programme managers governments to scale up successful by offering suggestions for where critical reflections from key worldwide and represents excellent pilot projects dramatically to make donor efforts and research could best players in CLTS, Shit Matters value for such a detailed technical a significant impact on the poor. be focused in the near future. offers important insights into the reference handbook. This book presents a call to action Greywater use in the Middle East is workings of CLTS on the ground, ISBN 9781853396465 to address the energy crisis. It important reading for researchers, covering critical aspects of the 2010 • 320 pages should be read by policy makers in donors, implementing agencies, and social, ecological, technological, £29.95 • €44.95 • $59.95 governments and donor agencies, policymakers, in the fields of water financial and institutional dynamics as well as academics, students and supply, water reuse, livelihoods and surrounding CLTS. This book will programme managers. agriculture. be essential reading for anyone interested in development, health, ISBN 9781853396762 ISBN 9781853396984 public policy and sanitation issues. 2010 • 120 pages 2010 • 198 pages £12.95 • €18.95 • $25.95 £14.95 • €22.95 • $29.95 ISBN 9781853396922 Published in association with the 2010 • 320 pages International Development Research Centre £19.95 • €29.95 • $39.95 and the Centre for the Study of the Built Published in association with the Institute Environment. of Development Studies Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com 5 New and Forthcoming Titles 2010 The Barefoot Manual Understanding We Work at Home Hygiene Evaluation to Working with Organizational The Training Manual Procedures Organizations and Sustainability through Compiled by Kate Jehan Approaches and Methods Social Change African Proverbs A training manual designed to for Assessing Water- assist organizations or individuals and Sanitation-Related Barefoot Collective Insights for Leaders and to facilitate the building of Hygiene Practices independent home-based worker This is a practical, do-it-yourself Facilitators Astier M. Almedom, organizations. Home-based working Ursula Blumenthal, and guide for leaders and facilitators Chiku Malunga with is defined as paid employment Charles Banda Lenore Manderson wanting to help organizations to in the home or in a building or function and to develop in more yard near the home, for example This handbook prvides practical African cultural heritage, passed healthy, human and effective traditional crafts, making clothes guidelines for evaluating water on from generation to generation ways as they strive to make their and shoes, or basic clerical work. and sanitation related hygiene has been the source of guidance contributions to a more humane Millions of women around the world practices for the purposes of project for African communities in times society. The guide includes tried take up this form of employment. planning, monitoring or impact of peace, uncertainty, birth, life and tested concepts, approaches, However, there is rarely a regular assessment. and death. In this book the power stories and activities. Its purpose supply of work, and home-based of traditional wisdom contained The main focus, therefore, is on is to help stimulate and enrich workers do not usually have in African proverbs is directed at the practical concerns of field the practice of anyone supporting any rights such as the right to a organizational development and personnel working in water supply, organizations and social movements minimum wage, social security, change. The result is a fresh new sanitation, and health / hygiene in their challenges of working, or a pension. These workers are perspective on organizational education projects. learning, growing and changing rarely counted in official statistics management with important It is also designed to make to meet the needs of our complex or recognized by trade unions. lessons for leaders, consultants, qualitative research skills world. Although it is aimed at Drawing on experience in Asia, volunteers and expatriates working accessible to practitioners with leaders and facilitators of civil Latin America, and eastern Europe, or preparing to work in Africa. little or no previous training in society organizations, this manual this practical manual outlines will be useful to anyone interested Rooted in proven practice, the book training in ‘mapping’, a successful social sciences and emphasizes in fostering healthy human specifically addresses the needs of strategy for organizing and how to gather, review, and interpret organization in any sphere of life. leaders and consultants in African empowering home-based workers. qualitative information. organizations seeking to implement It presents ideas, activities, and The use of a variety of sources and In this book the authors offer a performance improvement and handouts around which a wide methods is advocated as the best perspective on why organizations organizational change, and range of training sessions may be way to obtain complete and reliable exist, the real roles they play, and contains proverb-driven assessment built. information on the issues under on the importance of supporting the templates for use in workshop study. sovereignty of local organizations ISBN 9781853397158 situations. and social movements for 2010 • 340 pages • Ring-bound ISBN 9781853396625 meaningful social change. You will ISBN 9781853396526 £24.95 2010 • 228 pages find here a range of approaches to 2010 • 96 pages Published in association with HomeWorkers £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 £9.95 • €14.95 • $19.95 Worldwide understanding ourselves and our roles as leaders and facilitators, as we try and facilitate change in organizations. In addition, the significance of relationships and power dynamics in organizations and organizational change processes are explored. The manual provides some tools for reading organizations, including how organizations tend to move through various phases of development, how we might facilitate change and the challenges we all face in implementing or sustaining change. Finally, the guide gives support to processes of building learning organizations, how we can continually learn both from our own experiences and the experiences of others. ISBN 9781853397141 2010 • 172 pages £14.95 • €19.95 • $29.95 6 Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com Recently Published Women Feeding Cities Livestock Emergency Understanding Farmer First Revisited Mainstreaming Gender in Guidelines and Climate Change Innovation for Agricultural Urban Agriculture and Food Standards (LEGS) Adaptation Research and Development Security Edited by Ian Scoones and Edited by Alice Hovorka, LEGS Project Lessons from Community- John Thompson. Foreword by Henk De Zeeuw and Mary Njenga based approaches Robert Chambers Livestock play a crucial part in Poverty, food insecurity and people’s livelihoods throughout Jonathan Ensor and Agriculture is an urgent global malnutrition have become critical the world and when humanitarian Rachel Berger priority and farmers find themselves urban problems. Meeting this emergencies arise, rapid in the front line of some of the Poor people living in regions challenge, in many cities around assistance is needed to protect world’s most pressing issues – affected by fluctuating the world, women play a crucial and rebuild the livestock assets climate change, globalization and temperatures and rainfall, sea level role in household food production, of affected communities. The food security. Twenty years ago, rise, flooding and drought bear the growing vegetables in the gardens Livestock Emergency Guidelines the Farmer First workshop held brunt of climate change. These and vacant urban spaces, raising and Standards (LEGS) are a at the Institute of Development communities have no choice but animals, and trading in fresh set of international guidelines Studies, University of Sussex, UK, to continue to use the resources at and cooked foods. They boost and standards for the design, launched a movement to encourage their disposal to adapt and survive. household nutrition as well as implementation and assessment farmer participation in agricultural Yet in order to adapt people need to generating income and building of livestock interventions to assist research and development (R&D), appreciate that potentially profound social inclusion among the urban people affected by humanitarian responding to farmers’ needs changes are in store and that future poor. Women’s vital contribution, crises. LEGS expands the in complex, diverse, risk-prone impacts are deeply uncertain. however, has largely been neglected commitment in the Sphere environments, and promoting by city officials, economic planners handbook – the Humanitarian Understanding Climate Change sustainable livelihoods and and development practitioners, who Charter and Minimum Standards Adaptation addresses these agriculture. have tended to concentrate on the in Disaster Response – towards issues and provides responses Since that time, methodological, industrialization of food production. supporting livelihood assets, by to important questions for the institutional and policy experiments presenting clear and practical international aid community as Women Feeding Cities analyses have unfolded around the world. options for supporting livestock it seeks to address the impact of the roles of women and men in Farmer First Revisited returns to the during and following disasters. climate change. How can agencies urban food production, and through debates about farmer participation assist local communities adapting case studies from three developing LEGS provides guidance on the in agricultural R&D and looks to the to change? By what mechanisms regions suggests how women’s identification of appropriate future. With over 60 contributions can communities make the contribution might be maximized. livestock responses, followed by from across the world, the book most of emerging information? In the second part, detailed detailed information on a number of presents a range of experiences Can effective community-based guidelines and tools show how to interventions, namely: destocking, that highlight the importance of approaches be scaled up? bring women into the mainstream veterinary services, the provision going beyond a focus on the farm of urban agriculture research and of feed, the provision of water, By combining eight case studies to the wider innovation system, development. Providing evidence livestock shelter and settlement, from South Asia, Africa and Latin including market interactions as from around the world as well as and restocking. Each technical America with an overall analytical well as the wider institutional and field-tested guidelines, Women chapter contains minimum framework, the authors demonstrate policy environment. If, however, Feeding Cities is essential reading standards, key indicators, and that although communities’ farmers are really to be put first, for policy makers, planners, guidance notes, together with adaptation strategies vary and a politics of demand is required researchers and practitioners decision-making tools and a depend upon local context, social in order to shape the direction of working on urban agriculture discussion of key cross- cutting networks play a pivotal role in these innovation systems. This programmes. issues. accessing useful knowledge and calls for a major rethinking of resources. Through such networks, agricultural R&D, the boosting of ISBN 9781853396854 LEGS should be read by donors, the key activities of reducing the knowledge and capacities of 2009 • 408 pages programme managers and technical £19.95 • €29.95 • $39.95 vulnerability, fostering resilience, farmers’ organizations to innovate, experts designing or implementing and developing the capacity to the strengthening of networks and livestock interventions in disasters. experiment and learn are combined alliances to support, document LEGS was developed by a steering and communicated to other and share lessons on farmer-led group of professionals from the communities. This book is essential innovation, and the transformation Feinstein International Center of reading for NGO practitioners, of agricultural higher education. Tufts University, the Food and students, and government and NGO Farmer First Revisited should be Agriculture Organization of the policy makers who wish to gain an read by students, policy makers, United Nations, the International understanding of what adaptation development professionals, and Committee of the Red Cross, the means in theory and practice. natural and social scientists aiming African Union and Vétérinaires sans Frontières, Belgium, working with ISBN 9781853396830 to bring the concerns of grassroots a team of technical writers and 2009 • 208 pages farmers to the fore. £14.95 • €22.95 • $29.95 contributors from around the world. 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Climate Change and Gender Justice role in poverty reduction and Groups and their effectiveness ‘Case studies like these can considers how gender issues are food security because they are at the community level. … help de-mystify and make very entwined with people’s vulnerability responsible for both production Practitioners who believe in practical the enabling (and to the effects of climate change, and reproduction. Rural women mainstreaming the SHGs, confounding) variables in the and how gender identities and roles in developing countries have thereby linking the poor directly process of innovation’ may affect women’s and men’s longer working days than men with the financial institutions, perceptions of the changes. because of their triple roles Adi Paterson. CEO designate of will find this book very useful.’ as farmers, caretakers of their the Australian Nuclear Science The vivid case studies in this Vijayalakshmi Das, CEO, Friends families and cash earners and Technology Organisation, book show how women and of Women’s World Banking through income-generating Member of the National Advisory men in developing countries are activities and microfinance. In Council on Innovation, South experiencing climate change and Self-Help Groups (SHGs), a means addition, increasing drought and Africa describe their efforts to adapt of reaching rural women with deforestation in many parts of the their ways of making a living to savings and credit services, have world make women’s workload even ‘This books constitutes an ensure survival, often against taken off dramatically in India, more burdensome as they have to important contribution to the extraordinary odds. Contributors where an estimated 25 million walk ever-longer distances to find also examine how gender-equality women are members. Their benefits understanding of the conceptual firewood and clean water. concerns should be integrated are social as well as economic: framework under which science into international negotiations and The multiple roles of women can SHGs encourage women to become and innovation have evolved in agreements on climate change act as an obstacle to development active in village affairs, or take developing countries’ mitigation and adaptation to interventions, which often put action against domestic violence, Carlos Aguirre-Bastos, Visiting ensure that new policies do not additional pressure on women’s the dowry system, or the lack of Researcher, Austrian Research disadvantage poor women, but time. Women’s heavy workload schools. Centre rather deliver them some benefits. reduces the time available for But some questions remain. 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Politics generally works to participate in decision-making, The Microfinance revolution is Access to land affects people’s well for those in power, but those whether as active citizens, or as usually considered to have been choice to return and their prospects in poverty are often excluded from leaders. In particular, women led by the NGOs, donor agencies, of recovery. Yet humanitarian forums that directly affect their living in poverty often have little and more recently banks who offer agencies largely neglect these wider welfare and so are unable to hold opportunity to influence decisions poor people financial services. 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Participatory Monitoring and ISBN 9781853395697 These methods work on raising 2003 • 240 pages Evaluation the voice and confidence of the £9.95 • €14.95 • US$19.95 Edited by Marisol Estrella with poor at the local level within their Jutta Blauert, Dindo Campilan, communities, and the results have John Gaventa, Julian Gonsalves, been spectacular: opening up new income generation, resource SERIES Irene Guijt, Deb Johnson, and Roger Ricafort management and influencing Participation In opportunities for marginalized Explores the use of participation communities in flood-prone areas. Development in monitoring and evaluating development programmes. Essential reading for programme staff of national and international Looks at key aspects of Examines conceptual, NGOs, governance and rural participation as it affects methodological, institutional, and policy issues in participatory From Clients to development advisors in the national and multilateral agencies, development practitioners monitoring and evaluation, bringing and policy makers. Citizens Ministry officials, and researchers and students in universities and together a broad range of case studies and discussions between development institutes. practitioners, academics, donors, Communities Changing the Course of their Own ISBN 9781853396243 Who Changes? and policy makers. 2007 • 80 pages Distils common themes and Development £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 experiences to show the challenges Institutionalizing Edited by Alison Mathie and Participation in Development — and far-reaching benefits — of Gordon Cunningham the approach. 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Participatory Development methodology of participatory Features a checklist of practical Edited by Irene Guijt and Meera Creating and Evolving development, focusing primarily on considerations to guide readers Kaul Shah, with a foreword by Methods for Participatory ‘how’ to achieve participation. through this complex field, and a Robert Chambers Development Rich with insights from the discussion of training programmes Critically assesses how women can Edited by Karen Brock and field, (including India, China, and training needs for all those be involved more appropriately and Jethro Pettit and Nigeria), easy to use, and involved in the participation equally in participatory approaches, will be of immense importance programme. and how gender issues can be Springs of Participation brings to development professionals, ISBN 9781853394201 tackled more meaningfully. together the experiences consultants, and trainers as well 1998 • 216 pages Contains a rich array of and reflections of a group of as students and academics in the £10.95 • €16.95 • US$21.95 contributions from Asia, Africa, practitioners of participatory fields of development studies, Latin America, and Europe, methodologies, who work in diverse social development, sociology, and providing a variety of viewpoints situations and countries. social research methods. 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Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com 15 Participation / Economic Development ISBN 9781853394485 1998 • 352 pages Also on this subject Economic The Multilateral £9.95 • €14.95 • US$19.95 Development Banks, Power, Process and Participation Tools for Change Development Volume 5 Rachel Slocum, Lori Wichhart, Diane Power and Rocheleau, and Barbara Thomas-Slayter ISBN 9781853393037 SERIES Titans or Behemoths Participatory 1995 • 272 pages £15.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 The Multilateral Roy Culpeper Development Action and Knowledge Development Banks ISBN 9781853393006 1997 • 212 pages £17.95 • €26.95 Breaking the Monopoly with Theory and Practice Participatory Action Research Not available from Practical Action Edited by Nici Nelson and Susan Wright Orlando Fals-Borda and Muhammad Rahman The Multilateral Publishing in the USA ISBN 9781853390982 Development Banks, An exploration of the power dimensions of participatory 1991 • 192 pages £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 Volume 1 How Africa Works development and research, and People’s Participation See page 2 for further details. an attempt to look at the shifts Challenges Ahead The African in power within communities and institutions that are needed for Orlando Borda Development Bank Industrial ISBN 9781853394454 participatory ideas to be effective. 1998 • 274 pages E. Philip English and £15.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 Harris M. Mule ISBN 9781853392412 1995 • 240 pages ISBN 9781853392962 1996 • 232 pages Competitiveness £15.95 • €23.95 • US$29.95 SEE ALSO £17.95 • €26.95 in Africa Not available from Practical Action Grassroot Horizons Development – General section on page 10 Publishing in the USA Lessons from East Asia Sanjaya Lall with Erika Kraemer-Mbula Connecting Participatory Development Practice section on page 12 The Multilateral Development Initiatives A timely analysis of the current East and West Development Banks, state and prospects for African Edited by Richard Morse, Anisur Rahman, and Volume 2 industrial capabilities in relation to that of other developing regions. Kersten L. Johnson The Asian Development Bank Provides recent figures on industrial competitiveness indicators for Grassroot activists and researchers Nihal Kappagoda a large number of developing build on their varied personal ISBN 9781853392979 countries (especially African experiences to clarify and 1995 • 216 pages countries). strengthen the effectiveness £17.95 • €26.95 of participatory group action in Not available from Practical Action It develops new tools of comparison overcoming impoverishment, Publishing in the USA in terms of technological and oppression, and exclusion. industrial performance allowing the detection of outliers and similarities ISBN 9781853392900 1995 • 396 pages The Multilateral of performance across regions and countries. £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 Not available from Practical Action Development Banks, Concludes with a set of policy Publishing in South Asia Volume 3 options and points out the urgency of reconsidering current African industrial strategy and evolving a The Caribbean Fertile Ground Development Bank new strategy focused on building capabilities. 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Volume 4 Making Markets Work for the Poor 23 case studies present a rich and The Inter-American Edited by Malcolm Harper complex picture of the problems, and Jim Tanburn achievements, and continuing Development Bank challenges faced by conservation Diana Tussie Illustrates the radical changes that professionals and farmers around ISBN 9781853392993 have taken place in the evolution the world. 1995 • 184 pages of assistance to small businesses £17.95 • €26.95 and discusses some of the critical ISBN 9781853393891 1999 • 408 pages Not available from Practical Action issues that are facing business £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 Publishing in the USA development practitioners today. Small enterprises not only need credit — they also need many other services, such as training, advice, marketing, supplies, premises, accountancy, materials, and technology. 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Now Lene Hojmark Mikkelsen aims to help those who promote through Enterprise policy makers are learning that cooperative development to ‘It will be of interest not only be more selective in choosing entrepreneurs are willing to pay the A Training Manual for market price for quality services, to development practitioners situations where this type of and donor agencies but also Nongovernment Organizations and that small businesses — in enterprise has a good chance of the private sector — are the best NGOs, academics and all those working, and offers guidelines and Malcolm Harper source of services for other small attracted by creating sustainable a blueprint for support staff. Provides detailed guidelines for an businesses. and cost-effective business ISBN 9781853395000 11-day training course which will Hardback service provision. 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The quality, Presents the findings and a efficiency, and outreach of the Enterprise in Africa comparative analysis of seven case services are considerably improved, Between Poverty and Growth Business studies that challenge current beliefs about good practice in the and the costs significantly reduced. ISBN 9781853395192 Edited by Kenneth King and Simon McGrath Development Services provision of business development services (BDS) to small and micro- 2000 • 380 pages £15.95 • €23.95 • US$29.95 ISBN 9781853394782 1999 • 256 pages £15.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 A Review of International enterprises. Experience Highlights issues concerning Small Business in Transition Edited by Jacob Levitsky the assessment of impact, Value for Money? Economies sustainability, and cost- Promoting Enterprise in Central and effectiveness of such services. The Impact of Small Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet A wide review of experience of Union donor agencies in designing Three services are given particular Enterprise Development Edited by Jacob Levitsky and implementing business attention in the case studies: Malcolm Harper and ISBN 9781853393433 development services for small and marketing, access to technology, Gerry Finnegan 1996 • 208 pages medium enterprises. and business and management £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 skills acquisition. 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Roy development programmes, from ISBN 9781853391859 authors with extensive experience 1993 |384 pages £24.95 • €37.95 • US$50.00 Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com 17 Economic Development / Microfinance Their Own Idea Developing Small-Scale Business Arithmetic for Lessons from Workers’ Co-operatives Industries in India Co-Operatives and Malcolm Harper An Integrated Approach Other Small Business ISBN 9781853391392 Marilyn Carr A Basic Manual for the Employees of 1992 • 160 pages ISBN 9780903031813 Primary Co-Operative Societies £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 1981 • 96 pages Trevor Bottomley £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 ISBN 978090303179 Consultancy for 1977 • 88 pages Small Businesses Just for Starters £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 The Concept — Training the A Handbook of Small-Scale Consultants Business Opportunities Malcolm Harper ISBN 9780903031424 Alan Bollard Hardback SEE ALSO 1977 • 264 pages ISBN 9780903031943 £29.95 • €44.95 • US$59.95 Women In Micro- and Small-Scale 1984 • 208 pages £24.95 • €37.95 • US$49.95 Enterprise Development Flexible Specialization on page 20 countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin Small-Scale Industries America, the authors show how The Dynamics of Small-Scale Changing Women’s Lives formal financial institutions and Industries in the South Promotion in India and Work on page 21 Poul Ove Pedersen, Arni Sverrisson, companies use a variety of less Sosthenes Buatsi and Meine Pieter van Dijk ISBN 9780946688241 Getting Down To Business formal, often rural, organizations ISBN 9781853392177 1987 • 90 pages on page 20 to overcome the information and 1994 • 184 pages £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 Enterprise Development and enforcement problems of serving £15.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 rural clients. Microfinance Journal (EDM) on Refugee Enterprise page 48 Opening the Marketplace It Can Be Done ISBN 9781853396663 to Small Enterprise 2008 • 320 pages Chris Rolfe, Clare Rolfe, and £22.95 • €35.95 • US$45.95 Where Magic Ends and Development Malcolm Harper Microfinance Begins ISBN 9780946688593 Published in association with the Food Ton de Wilde and Stijntje Schreurs 1987 • 152 pages and Agriculture Organization of the United with Arleeen Richman £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 Nations ISBN 9781853390937 1991 • 168 pages Financing Small Enterprise £14.95 • €22.95 Not available from Practical Action Proceedings Of A Seminar Organized By The Netherlands Development Value Chains in Finance Company (FMO) Publishing in the USA Malcolm Harper and M. de Jong Development When the Harvest is in ISBN 9780946688821 1986 • 104 pages See page 4 for further details. Developing Rural Entrepreneurship £10.95 • €16.95 • US$21.95 Edited by Shailendra Vyakarnam ISBN 9781853390333 Rural Enterprise What Works for the 1990 • 288 pages £16.95 • €24.95 • US$31.95 Malcolm Harper and Shailendra Vyakarnam Small-Scale Production ISBN 9781853390012 1988 • 112 pages Poorest Strategies for Industrial Restructuring £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 Edited by Henk Thomas, Francisco See page 2 for further details. Uribe-Echevarría, and Henny Romijn ISBN 9781853390760 Agents of Change Studies on the Policy Environment for Development, 1991 • 304 pages £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 Small Enterprise in Africa Divinity, and Dharma Microfinance E. English and George Henault ISBN 9781853392726 Microenterprises in 1995 • 376 pages The Role of Religion in Developing Countries £24.95 • €37.95 • US$49.95 Development Institutions and Evolution, Achievements and Edited by Jacob Levitsky Microfinance Challenges ISBN 9781853390166 Small-Scale Cement Plants Malcolm Harper, DSK Rao and Edited by Malcolm Harper 1989 • 312 pages A Study in Economics £24.95 • €37.95 • US$49.95 Ashis Kumar Sahu Jon Sigurdson ‘A pleasure to read. The well Small Business Promotion ISBN 9780903031462 Development, Divinity and Dharma selected set of articles reflects 1979 • 28 pages explores these questions by the accelerating sophistication of Case Studies from Developing £5.95 • €8.95 • US$11.95 Countries examining a number of Hindu, the field.’ Malcolm Harper and K. Ramachandran Trade and the Poor Christian and Muslim institutions Jeffrey Ashe, Institute for ISBN 9780946688456 The Impact of International Trade on in India and Pakistan. 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Unapologetically than by specialist microfinance Managing the Social institutions should and can become asks questions that others have institutions. Performance of Microfinance market-led institutions been too polite, complacent, or ISBN 9781853396083 Alyson Brody, Martin Greeley, A set of edited interviews with the uncritical to ask. You don’t have 2005 • 208 pages and Katie Wright-Revolledo £19.95 • €29.95 • US$ 39.95 CEOs and product champions of to agree with everything here, or some of the leading microfinance even most of it to learn a great Not available from Practical Action A description of the experiences of institutions in sub-Saharan Africa, Publishing in South Asia 12 microfinance organizations in deal.’ as well as some of the leading four global regions and how they Jonathan Murduch, Professor of thinkers and writers on commercial microfinance internationally. 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Can a Session exercise and case study challenging comments and ‘…now we have a clearly MFI really work if it embraces the handouts may be photocopied for questions. written guide showing us how to ‘double bottom line’ of both profit participants or customized to meet Argues two main points: first that promote village savings and loan and social good? Is microfinance, trainees’ needs via freely available there is no universally applicable associations. Bravo! Even the especially credit, harmful, often web files. methodology in the field, and landing the vulnerable poor in second that well-managed sceptics should take note of this Topics include: introduction to debt? Should microfinance be microfinance can be profitable both serious book.’ reaching the poorest? The chapters, financial accounts; undertaking field visits; analysis of MFIs; group for its customers and its providers; Stuart Rutherford, author of written by well-known experts in and individual lending; micro- it is a business opportunity itself for The Poor and Their Money and the field, are grouped around the insurance and micro-savings; bankers, and need not depend on Chairman, Safesave. catagories:clients, institutions and and measuring the impact of donor assistance. expectations. While many banks and microfinance. ISBN 9781853394386 The authors sound a timely and 1998 • 200 pages microfinance institutions provide overdue warning to governments, ISBN 9781853395635 £15.95 • €23.95 • US$29.95 valuable services to the poor in the bankers, donors and the general 2003 • 192 pages developing world, they are most £19.95 • €28.95 • US$35.95 public and urges people to pause, Not available from Practical Action successful in economically dynamic urban or peri-urban areas. reassess their expectations, re-think some policies and to recognize Publishing in South Asia Partnership Financing 30 years since the start of the that microfinance is never a for Small Enterprise microfinance revolution, poor panacea and may sometimes be Money with a Mission people who live in many rural areas and urban slums still find actively damaging to its intended customers. Volume 1 Some Lessons from Islamic Credit Systems it difficult to access appropriate This important book will be microfinance products, even in Microfinance and Poverty Edited by Malcolm Harper of interest to students of countries with a well developed microfinance, microfinance Reduction Describes the experiences of a wide microfinance sector. practitioners internationally, James Copestake, Martin range of enterprises, banks, and Village Savings and Loan bankers, government ministries Greeley, Susan Johnson, Naila other agencies with partnership Associations based in the and NGO donor agencies, training Kabeer, and Anton Simanowitz finance. community are complementary to institutions, and academics in Musharaka, or partnership MFIs tending to serve the very poor finance, economics and sociology, How far are microfinance institutions around the world financing, is a method used by whose income is less reliable, but ISBN 9781853396670 contributing to global poverty Islamic financial institutions which also offering useful services to the 2007 • 320 pages reduction, and what can they do to reject the concept of fixed interest. economically secure. £ 19.95 • € 29.95 • US$ 39.95 improve on this performance? 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Mohanty, and D.S.K. Rao aims to alert potential microcredit development process. practitioners to the pitfalls and Describes a unique approach to the obstacles likely to be encountered Shows how exploring the specific delivery of financial services to the in setting up a programme. capacities and vulnerabilities poor, which can enable any existing of men and women in disaster commercial bank to profitably ISBN 9781853393907 situations, and taking account of mobilize poor people’s savings and 1996 • 136 pages £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 them, will improve the chance of provide loans to them, without the success in development projects. need for special systems or new Includes two sets of guidelines, for institutions. Our Money, policy makers and for practitioners, to help them address these issues ISBN 9781853394317 1998 • 144 pages Our Movement in planning and implementing £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 development and disaster Not available from Practical Action management programmes. 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Edmunds and D. Miles SEE ALSO and Theo Schilderman 1986 • 46 pages Hardback Urban Development section on £12.95 • €19.95 • US$25.95 ISBN 9780946688005 page 26 Explores how to establish housing 1984 • 152 pages standards that are appropriate for A Manual of Building £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 the conditions of the urban poor in Construction developing countries. Explains the place of standards, H. Dancy ISBN 9780903031820 The Small Building Contractor and the Client Roads and regulations, and procedures, as well as current thinking and approaches 1982 • 384 pages £40.00 • €60.00 • US$80.00 How to Run Your Business Successfully Transport to their revision, and discusses how Derek Miles Building Maintenance best to get future standards right. 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Compiled and edited by 1993 • 88 pages Derek Miles Peter H. Stern and others, from £9.95 • €14.95 • US$19.95 Covers drainage, road planning, the ISBN 9780903031554 an original work by F. Longland actual construction and subsequent 1979 • 188 pages Developing Building for Safety £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 maintenance operations. Covers site surveying, engineering Programmes ISBN 9780903031844 materials, water supplies, Guidelines for Organizing Safe How To Make Low-Cost 1983 • 136 pages sanitation in general, planning and Building Improvement Programmes in Building Blocks £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 construction of roads, simple river Disaster-Prone Areas Stabilized Soil Block Technology crossings, bridges, and small dams. Yasemin Aysan, Andrew Clayton, Alistair Malcolm Davis Trail Bridge Building Cory, Ian Davis, and David Sanderson ISBN 9781853390869 Hardback ISBN 9781853391842 1994 • 36 pages 1995 • 172 pages in the Himalayas ISBN 9780903031875 £9.95 • €14.95 • US$19.95 1983 • 284 pages £17.95 • €26.95 • US$35.95 £29.95 • €44.95 • US$59.95 Technical Principles of Timber Pole Construction Paperback Building for Safety An Introduction Enhanced Access, Improved ISBN 9780903031684 1983 • 272 pages Andrew Coburn, Richard Hughes, Second Edition Livelihoods £17.95 • €26.95 • US$35.95 Antonios Pomonis, and Robin Spence Lionel Jayanetti and Paul Follett Artha Tuladhar ISBN 9781853391828 ISBN 9781853395024 1995 • 80 pages 2000 • 64 pages For over 40 years, Swiss Also on this subject £10.95 • €16.95 • US$21.95 £10.95 • €16.95 • US$23.95 development agencies Helvetas and SDC have supported work in The Small-Scale Vertical Shaft Building for Safety Compendium Rice Husk Ash Cement rural infrastructure development An Annotated Bibliography and Progress in Development and in Bhutan and Nepal where 4000 Lime Kiln Information Directory for Safe Application A Practical Guide to Design, Building trail bridges have been provided Ray Smith to enhance permanent safe Construction and Operation Andrew Clayton and Ian Davis ISBN 9781853390517 Kelvin Mason ISBN 9781853391811 Reprinted 2005 • 56 pages pedestrian access for millions of ISBN 9781853394652 1994 • 56 pages £9.95 • €14.95 • US$19.95 people. 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Howe Pascal Kaumbutho vested interests, and street traders, comparison with neighbouring ISBN 9780903031691 ISBN 9781853394836 whose activities are proscribed by settlements where no interventions 1980 • 200 pages 1999 • 328 pages £17.95 • €26.95 • US$35.95 restrictive social norms, ambiguous have taken place? Was the £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 legal status, street violence, or an approach cost-effective, and what Roads Are Not Enough Guidelines for Design, official response that vacillates is the potential for spreading the New Perspectives on Rural Transport Production and Testing of between indifference and eviction. approach? Planning in Developing Countries Animal-Drawn Carts This book breaks new ground in ISBN 9781853396373 Jonathon Dawson and Ian Barwell linking literature on the informal 2006 • 256 pages ISBN 9781853391910 R.A. Dennis ISBN 9781853393389 economy, urban livelihoods, and £17.95 • €26.95 • US$35.95 1993 • 88 pages 1996 • 200 pages public space. 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Nici Nelson and Rodney White A Guide to Approaches ISBN 9781853395987 2005 • 208 pages As the world’s cities grow bigger and Skills Asks serious questions about £15.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 and the rate of city growth is also Cliff Hague, Patrick Wakely, how to improve the process of increasing how can urban planners Julie Crespin, and Chris Jasko effective urban poverty action, come up with management with particular emphasis on how Governing Cities scenarios that will cope with this Drawing upon case studies from some 20 different countries, to bridge the gap between those taking action and those making growth? Making Planning Work shows policy decisions. New Institutional Forms in Explores the changing why new urban development and Developing Countries and paradigms of development and Part 1 addresses the wider issues planning skills are needed so of networking and partnerships Transitional Economies environmentalism, and how urgently, and what can be done they relate to debates on the as a mean to influence policy by Edited by Meine Pieter van Dijk, to grow such skills and enhance evidence derived from action. Marike Noordhoek, and sustainability of cities, assessing capacities. Emiel Wegelin the limitations to capacity building Part 2 consists of eight country- in the urban sector. 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Environment architects, lawyers, etc and many 2005 • 230 pages others in national, regional, £15.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 Looks at the changing role of Edited by Catalina Gandelsonas and local government, non- government, the increasing role of governmental organizations, the private sector and the growing Explores the application of new importance of public/private communication and knowledge community-based organizations, and private sector consultancies Land, Rights and management methods currently partnerships in urban development. The editors present case studies. used in business management, and enterprises. Innovation to communication between ISBN 9781853396489 ISBN 9781853394973 2002 • 248 pages researchers and planners and 2006 • 80 pages Improving Tenure Security for £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 £15.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 members of poor communities in the Urban Poor towns and cities. 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These widen the choices available for residents, Reviews experiences from Africa, Part 1 explores the impact of encourage local investment to Asia, Europe, and Latin America Approaches and Case Studies urban poverty, the components of reduce poverty, and facilitate the to demonstrate how, at their most in the Developing World sustainable urban development, development of more equitable and innovative, local funds can deliver Edited by Sam Romaya and and the concept of urban efficient urban land markets. development within the context of Carole Rakodi governance, and Part 2 provides a rights-based approach and as a ISBN 9781853395444 advice on choosing partners, critical component of democratic Explores environmental, 2002 • 352 pages building partnerships, and action £15.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 decentralization. institutional, social, and cultural planning. aspects of sustainability in towns A valuable book for academic, and cities around the world. Includes a CD-Rom featuring case professional, and practitioner study and project reports and the audiences; for people working The main themes are: urban report of an international workshop. in international development environmental management with particular reference to economic Useful for urban planners, agencies, NGOs, and in local activities and housing; achieving policy makers, and development government; for researchers, teachers, and students of institutional, social, and cultural Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com 27 Urban Development / Mining Making Sustainable Integrated Urban Infrastructure Development In Asia Mining Common Ground Development and the Edited by Kulwant Singh, Florian Public-Private Partnerships Future of Cities Steinberg, and Nathaniel von Einsiedel ISBN 9781853396549 1996 • 464 pages in Land for Housing Edited by Bernd Hamm and £19.95 • €29.95 • US$38.00 Edited by Geoffrey Payne Pandurang K. 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Examples are given from countries Asia, North America, and Eastern Europe, and local perspectives, Appropriate Policies and Technologies for Low-Income Settlements Rural Subsistence, throughout the world and at all levels of economic development with examples from Iran, Poland, Canada, Finland, and elsewhere. With an introduction by Reinhard Skinner and Poverty in to review the achievements and ISBN 9781853394522 ISBN 9781853391255 1991 • 144 pages West Africa limitations of formal partnerships. 1998 • 304 pages £15.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 ISBN 9781853394799 £15.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 Edited by Gavin M. Hilson 1999 • 256 pages Not available from ITDG Publishing Jobs From Housing £15.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 in South Asia With a focus on artisanal activity, Employment, Building Materials, and Enabling Strategies for Urban this book explores the impact Development of mining on the subsistence Building Bridges Removing Robin Spence, Jill Wells, and Eric Dudley strategies of rural people in the mineral states of West Africa, both with the Grassroots Unfreedoms ISBN 9781853392122 1993 • 112 pages Anglophone and Francophone. £16.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 In addition to specific studies Scaling up through Citizens as Agents of Change of the mining industry, Knowledge Sharing in Urban Development contributors also explore the wider socioeconomic aspects including Theo Schilderman and Edited by Jane Samuels SEE ALSO gender dimensions, environmental Otto Eriks Ruskulis Re-evaluates existing approaches issues, legal and tenure regulations, Urban Girls on page 20 How small decentralized initiatives to urban development by assessing relations with large-scale mining degrees of freedom rather than Building and Construction section can improve the lives of large on page 24 operations, and human rights and numbers of slum dwellers. relying exclusively on measuring conflict issues including the role of poverty. so-called ‘blood diamonds’ in the How existing successful examples war-torn states of Sierra Leone and can be scaled up to help many Documents sessions with Amartya Sen, and provides a shared policy Liberia. more. framework for project design in Written for readers with an interest Advocates a unique bottom-up urban development and governance in extractive industries, rural approach to upgrading starting programmes. enterprise, poverty, migration, and with grassroots groups and small West Africa. ISBN 9781853396069 entrepreneurs. 2005 • 208 pages Hardback ISBN 9781853396168 £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 ISBN 9781853396298 2005 • 184 pages 2006 • 320 pages £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 £50.00 • €75.00 • US$100.00 Also on this subject Paperback Urban Poverty in ISBN 9781853396359 Services for the Urban Poor 2006 • 320 pages Africa £24.95 • €37.95 • US$49.95 A Select Bibliography Richard Franceys and From Understanding to Andrew Cotton ISBN 9781853391880 Small-Scale Mining Alleviation 1993 • 100 pages £19.95 • €28.95 • US$35.95 Edited by Sue Jones and A Guide to Appropriate Nici Nelson Urban Land Tenure and Property Equipment Brings together contributions Rights in Developing Countries James F. McDivitt and from academics, practitioners and A Review Dennis Lock urban poverty specialists to present Geoffrey Payne ISBN 9781853394003 A guide to available equipment on a multidisciplinary approach all aspects of small-scale mining, 1997 • 80 pages to the urban poverty debate, £16.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 from prospecting and surveying highlighting the need to link policy, through haulage, handling, and institutional, and grassroots efforts. The Urban Opportunity transport, and including safety ISBN 9781853394744 The Work of NGOs in Cities of the equipment. 1999 • 208 pages South £15.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 Edited by Nicolas Hall, Rob Hart, and Worldwide coverage, with particular Diana Mitlin relevance to the developing world. ISBN 9781853393471 ISBN 9781853390128 1996 • 144 pages 1990 • 112 pages £14.95 • €21.95 • US$28.95 £17.95 • €26.95 • US$35.95 28 Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com Mining / Manufacturing ISBN 9781853391958 How to Make Cutting Shears Also on this subject Manufacturing 1993 • 136 pages for Sheet Metal £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 Mining on a Small and Medium Rob Hitchings Scale Metal Casting ISBN 9780946688111 1985 • 20 pages A Global Perspective Ajoy K. Ghose Appropriate Technology The Blacksmithing £5.95 • €8.95 • US$11.95 ISBN 9781853394010 1997 • 304 pages in the Small Foundry Instructors’ Guide How to Make a Pipe-Bending Machine £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 Steve Hurst Sixteen Lesson Plans Michael Walsby ISBN 9780946688210 Small-Scale Gold Mining A technical introduction to small- with Advice on Teaching 1986 • 28 pages A Manual Based on Experience in scale non-ferrous casting providing Techniques £5.95 • €8.95 • US$11.95 Suriname practical information and advice for metalworkers, engineers, and David Harries How to Make a Treadle- E. Dahlberg ISBN 9781853392146 ISBN 9781853390494 manufacturing entrepreneurs who 1993 • 80 pages Operated Wood-Turning Lathe 1984 • 54 pages are interested in metal casting on a £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 Bob Ingham and Paul Smith £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 small scale. ISBN 9780946688166 1986 • 32 pages Quarrying and Rockbreaking Illustrated instructions on how £5.95 • €8.95 • US$11.95 The Operation and Maintenance of to make equipment using local materials, and on the various Traditional How to Make a Hand-Operated Mobile Plants Derek Lester casting techniques. Candlemaking Holepunch Hardback Emphasis on local construction of Ted Stone and Jim Tanburn ISBN 9781853391806 equipment, often using recycled Simple Methods of ISBN 9780946688135 1986 • 40 pages 1981 • 124 pages £29.95 • €44.95 • US$59.95 materials (includes a useful section Manufacture £5.95 • €8.95 • US$11.95 on scrap materials and how to Deborah Millington identify and use them) — and How to Make a Metal-Bending on presenting a wide range of Describes different materials and Machine methods, traditional and modern, techniques, showing methods R.D. Mann based on the author’s extensive suited to small-scale producers ISBN 9780903031295 practical experience. on a cottage industry level, or the 1987 • 20 pages individual at home. £5.95 • €8.95 • US$11.95 ISBN 9781853391972 1996 • 240 pages Help on techniques, terminology £17.95 • €26.95 • US$35.95 and equipment, and a troubleshooting chart. Appropriate ISBN 9781853391248 1992 • 48 pages Paper-Based Technology (APT) £9.95 • €14.95 • US$19.95 SERIES A Manual Workshop Equipment Bevill Packer Manuals A comprehensive survey of the technologies for making a wide range of products from chessmen A set of short manuals on to armchairs, from trays to solar how to build eight essential cookers, using paper. Lost-Wax Casting machines for the workshop. Includes step-by-step This revised edition includes additional models and extra pages of colour photographs, and special A Practitioner’s Manual instructions, detailed plans, supplements on APT in the service Wilburt Feinberg, edited and and operating instructions. of disabled people. illustrated by Jim Byrne ISBN 9781853392689 Available as a set comprising 1989 • 168 pages Outlines the basic techniques of 8 booklets £15.95 • €23.95 • US$29.95 lost-wax casting and describes the ISBN 9781853395505 equipment needed to carry out the 2002 • 248 pages £29.95 • €44.95 • US$59.95 process successfully. or as individual volumes as follows: SERIES Explains how the equipment can be made using local labour and How to Make a Folding Basic Print Production natural resources readily available Machine for Sheet Metal Work in developing countries. Rob Hitchings A Guide to Basic Print ISBN 9780903031882 ISBN 9780903031769 Production 1983 • 80 pages 1985 • 32 pages Book 1 £12.95 • €19.95 • US$25.95 £5.95 • €8.95 • US$11.95 Planning the Project Judith Wilkinson How to Make a Foot-Operated ISBN 9780946688661 Basic Blacksmithing Workshop Drill Paul Smith 1985 • 96 pages £13.95 • €20.95 • US$27.95 ISBN 9780903031974 An Introduction to 1986 • 48 pages A Guide to Basic Print Toolmaking £5.95 • €8.95 • US$11.95 Production David Harries and Bernhard Heer How to Make a Rolling Book 2 Machine for Sheet Metal Work Designing and Producing Artwork Demonstrates how with only an Rob Hitchings Judith Wilkinson anvil and a few basic tools, almost ISBN 9780946688715 ISBN 9780946688067 all the tools needed by a blacksmith 1985 • 28 pages 1985 • 116 pages can be made from commonly found £5.95 • €8.95 • US$11.95 £13.95 • €20.95 • US$27.95 materials. Includes clear, step-by- step instructions on basic blacksmithing. Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com 29 Manufacturing / Indigenous Knowledge A Guide Basic to Print The Blacksmith and the Farmer Production Also on this subject Rural Manufacturing in Indigenous Book 3 Sub-Saharan Africa Printing Processes Small-Scale Papermaking ILO David Poston ISBN 9781853391279 Knowledge Judith Wilkinson ISBN 9781853391897 1994 • 152 pages ISBN 9780946688760 1985 • 60 pages 1993 • 168 pages £15.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 £17.95 • €26.95 • US$33.95 Understanding £13.95 • €20.95 • US$27.95 Low Cost Printing for Small-Scale Soapmaking Organizational A Guide to Basic Print A Handbook Production Development A Printing Handbook for Third World Peter Donkor Sustainability through Book 4 Development and Education ISBN 9780946688371 1986 • 88 pages African Proverbs Managing Resources Jonathan Zeitlyn £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 Judith Wilkinson ISBN 9781853390654 See page 6 for further details. ISBN 9780946688814 1989 • 128 pages Small-Scale Recycling of £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 1985 • 52 pages Plastics £13.95 • €20.95 • US$27.95 The Low-Cost Wooden John Vogler Duplicator ISBN 9781853390449 1984 • 104 pages Learning SERIES How to Make It; How to Use It David Elcock £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 Endogenous Small-Scale Textiles ISBN 9780946688418 1984 • 24 pages Small Scale Foundries for Development Developing Countries £9.95 • €14.95 • US$19.95 Basic information about A Guide to Process Selection Building on Bio-cultural small-scale textile The Sten-Screen J. Harper Diversity ISBN 9780903031783 Making and Using a Low-Cost Printing COMPAS manufacture for fieldworkers, Process 1981 • 72 pages £12.95 • €19.95 • US$25.95 development agencies, and Ian McLaren Endogenous development places ISBN 9781853390487 Hot-Dip Galvanizing the major importance in working manufacturers. 1983 • 16 pages £5.95 • €8.95 • US$11.95 A Guide to Process Selection and with local communities on using Galvanizing Practice people’s own resources, strategies, Medical and Hygiene Textile Equipment for Rural M.J. Hornsby and initiatives as the basis for their Production Workshops ISBN 9781853391903 development. It considers not only A Handbook 1995 • 80 pages John Boyd the material, but also the socio- £12.95 • €19.95 • US$25.95 Allison Mathews and Martin Hardingham ISBN 9780903031455 cultural and the spiritual resources ISBN 9781853392115 of people, in order to broaden 1994 • 56 pages 1978 • 96 pages Scrap Metal Recovery £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 the options when formulating £9.95 • €14.95 • US$19.95 An Experience of Intermediate Technology in Papua New Guinea appropriate development paths, Carpentry Toolmaking without romanticizing people’s Plant Fibre Processing An Instructors’ Guide Colin Relf A Handbook ISBN 9780946688579 traditional worldviews and Aaron Moore 1986 • 84pages practices. Cyril Jarman ISBN 9781853391965 £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 ISBN 9781853393853 1993 • 232 pages This book provides ideas, 1998 • 64 pages £15.95 • €25.95 • US$31.95 £9.95 • €14.95 • US$19.95 Glassware Manufacture for guidelines, and examples of how to Developing Countries put endogenous development into How to Make Carpentry Tools practice. It also shows how field Sericulture and Silk Production An Illustrated Manual Garry Whitby A Handbook ISBN 9781853390739 staff can be helped to learn, and Revised Edition Aaron Moore 1998 • 356 pages how training or learning activities Prabha Shekar and Martin Hardingham with Musaemura Sithole £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 can best be organized, to support ISBN 9781853393174 ISBN 9781853394065 1995 • 64 pages 1997 • 268 pages endogenous development. £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 Educational Wooden Toys £15.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 in Sri Lanka ISBN 9781853396649 Fabric Manufacture 2007 • 256 pages Wood and Woodworking Tools Tim Goodwin and Marjorie Wright £17.95 • €26.95 • US$35.95 A Handbook ISBN 9781853390531 A Handbook 1984 • 46 pages Alan Newton E.G. Richards, Robert Plumptre, and £9.95 • €14.95 • US$ 19.95 ISBN 9781853391330 Stuart Wilson, Edited by Laila Monahan 1993 • 60 pages ISBN 9781853390258 £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 1989 • 112 pages Making Wheels £13.95 • €20.95 • US$25.95 A Technical Manual on Wheel The Development of Indian Silk Manufacture A Wealth of Opportunities How to Make Twelve R.A. Dennis ISBN 9781853391415 Sanjay Sinha Woodworking Tools 1994 • 160 pages ISBN 9781853390173 Aaron Moore £18.95 • €28.95 • US$37.95 1990 • 132 pages ISBN 9780946688531 £15.95 • €23.95 • US$29.95 1986 • 108 pages £8.95 • €13.95 • US$17.95 Yarn Preparation A Handbook How to Make Planes, Cramps John Iredale and Vices ISBN 9781853390425 Seven Woodworking Tools 1992 • 48 pages £12.95 • €19.95 • US$24.95 Aaron Moore ISBN 9780946688982 Indigenous Spinning 1987 • 112 pages £7.95 • €11.95 • US$15.95 Knowledge Inquiries A Handbook John Foulds Made in Africa A Methodologies Manual ISBN 9781853390357 Learning from Carpentry Hand-Tool for Development 1988 • 56 pages Projects £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 Paul Sillitoe, Peter Dixon, and Janet Leek, Andrew Scott, Julian Barr and Matthew Taylor Dyeing and Printing ISBN 9781853392092 A Handbook 1993 • 80 pages ‘This is a monumental work; John Foulds £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 ISBN 9781853390289 there is nothing comparable in 1990 • 70 pages the literature.’ £9.95 • €14.95 • US$19.95 David Brokensha 30 Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com Indigenous Knowledge / Technology Key text for programme managers Hardback Jurema’s Children in the Forest and project leaders — useful both ISBN 9781853392641 1995 • 600 pages of Spirits Technology to those seeking a quick and limited £60.00 • €90.00 • US$120.00 Healing and Ritual Among Two indigenous knowledge component, and to those interested in a more Paperback ISBN 9781853392511 Brazilian Indigenous Groups Clarice Novaes Da Mota Digital Poverty long-term and thorough indigenous 1995 • 600 pages ISBN 9781853394027 knowledge investigation. £29.95 • €44.95 • US$59.95 1997 • 144 pages Latin American and £16.95 • €24.95 • US$33.95 Caribbean Perspectives Covers the key elements of indigenous knowledge project Hometown Associations Hernan Galperin and design and management, including Biological and Indigenous Knowledge and Judith Mariscal issues of team functioning that critically inform project success. Cultural Diversity Development in Nigeria Rex Honey and Stanley Okafor This book represents the first ISBN 9781853394263 publication of the Regional ISBN 9781853395710 Dialogue on the Information Society 2005 • 416 pages The Role of Indigenous 1998 • 176 pages £24.95 • €37.95 • US$49.95 Agricultural Experimentation £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 (REDIS-DIRSI), a regional network of leading researchers concerned Not available from Practical Action in Development Hungry for Hope with the creation and dissemination Publishing in South Asia Edited by Gordon D. Prain, On the Cultural and Communicative of knowledge that supports Sam Fujisaka, and Dimensions of Development in effective participation in the Indigenous Michael D. Warren Highland Ecuador Carmen G. Hess Information Society by the poor and marginalized communities of Latin Organizations and Presents for the first time cases of indigenous experimentation as well ISBN 9781853394034 1997 • 128 pages America and the Caribbean. 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This £16.95 • €24.95 • US$33.95 of access to ICT services by people significant book investigates local and organizations, as well as the planning and management systems, barriers to their productive use. local levels of technology use and Also on this subject ISBN 9781853396632 development, community-based systems of evaluation and capacity Intercropping and the 2007 • 160 pages £17.95 • €24.95 • US$31.95 building, and the distinct social Scientific Basis of Traditional Agriculture Published in association with IDRC, roles of the varied groups that exist Canada worldwide. Donald Q. Innis ISBN 9781853393280 No other published collection 1997 • 192 pages describes such a wide range of local organizations. £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 Telecentres, Access Of interest to development workers Indigenous Knowledge and Development as well as students and teachers Development of development studies, and in Bangladesh Experience and Lessons from development management. Present and Future Uganda and South Africa Edited by Paul Sillitoe ISBN 9781853393211 ISBN 9781853395185 Sarah Parkinson 1996 • 272 pages 2000 • 260 pages £17.95 • €26.95 • US$35.95 £16.95 • €24.95 • US$33.95 An analysis of the rich experience of South Africa and Uganda in Not available from ITDG Publishing their quest for universal access, The Cultural in South Asia with particular emphasis on the Nature is Culture role of shared access centres Dimension of Indigenous Knowledge and (public telephones, cybercafes, Development Sociocultural Aspects of Trees and Forests in Non-European Cultures telecentres, business centres, etc.) and the factors that affect their Edited by Klaus Seeland performance. Indigenous Knowledge ISBN 9781853394102 Based on a review of national policy Systems 1997 • 160 pages and implementation strategies, £17.95 • €26.95 • US$35.95 D. Michael Warren, case studies of community ICT- L. 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Grimshaw, and Climate Change ISBN 9781853391026 Raphael Kaplinsky 1991 • 84 pages Lucky Lowe Hardback £12.95 • €19.95 • US$25.95 Outlines the challenges involved ISBN 9781853390722 1990 • 256 pages Using Technical Skills in Adaptation in sharing information with people £24.95 • €37.95 • US$50.00 who have little experience of ICTs, Community Development See page 7 for further details. low levels of literacy, little time or No Condition Permanent An Analysis of VSO’s Experience money, and very specific knowledge and language requirements. Pump-Priming Ghana’s Industrial Revolution Jonathan Dawson ISBN 9781853390784 Communities, Provides a best practice framework Ian Smillie ISBN 9780946688326 1990 • 64 pages £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 Livelihoods, and that embraces many applications of ICT (e.g. for agriculture, 1986 • 224 pages £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 Science, Technology and Natural Resources e-governance etc) and many Development technologies, and it includes Technology for a Changing World Atul Wad Action Research and suggestions for further research. John Davis ISBN 9781853390753 Policy Change in Asia ISBN 9780903031561 1988 • 326 pages ISBN 9781853396120 1978 • 64 pages £24.95 • €37.95 • US$50.00 Edited by Stephen R. Tyler 2005 • 80 pages £8.95 • €13.95 • US$17.95 £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 Tinker, Tiller, Technical Change Presenting cases from some Package Deals Technologies from the People of the poorest parts of Asia to A study of technology development illustrate how local innovations Matthew Gamser, Helen Appleton, and Also on this subject and transfer Ken Marshall Nicola Carter in participatory natural resource management can strengthen ISBN 9781853390616 ISBN 9780903031868 livelihoods, build capacity for Intermediate Technology in 1983 • 144 pages 1990 • 296 pages £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 local governance, and spark policy Indonesia £15.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 A Review of the Development change. 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By presenting Intermediate Technology in £24.95 • €37.95 • US$50.00 £12.95 • €19.95 • US$25.95 field reports of innovative Botswana approaches to poverty reduction Management of Technological Economically Appropriate and sustainable resource use, it A Review of the Botswana Development Technology Centre Change Technologies for Developing provides practitioners with models Marilyn Carr Donnacadh Hurley Countries of ‘good practice’ in participatory, ISBN 9781853393662 ISBN 9780946688845 An Annotated Bibliography community-based resource 1984 • 60 pages 1987 • 128 pages management, and it demonstrates Marilyn Carr £8.95 • €13.95 • US$17.95 £12.95 • €19.95 • US$25.95 ISBN 9780903031752 how site-based research contributes 1981 • 124 pages to broader learning in the field of The Intermediate Technology Science and Technology Council £5.95 • €8.95 • US$11.95 Transfer Unit Problems and Prospects in Botswana natural resource management and Norman Clark A Guide to Appropriate policy. A Handbook on Operations John Powell ISBN 9781853390401 Technology Institutions ISBN 9781853396380 1988 • 72 pages 2006 • 412 pages ISBN 9781853393143 £9.95 • €14.95 • US$19.95 Angela Sinclair 1995 • 64 pages ISBN 9780946688951 £16.95 • €24.95 • US$31.95 £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 1984 • 132 pages Industrial Employment Through £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 Small and Medium Enterprises Appropriate Technology Technology Policies and Options Alan Bollard Appropriate Technology ISBN 9781853393617 Edited by A.S. 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It is Essential reading for anyone Francis Crick, Anthony Derrick, and Varis Bokalders Drummond Hislop written as a practical handbook for designing or implementing micro- ISBN 9780946688623 engineers and technicians involved hydro power schemes, and for those Systematically explains every 1985 • 76 pages in designing and installing small operating or maintaining them, or aspect of wind energy: a renewable £8.95 • €13.95 • US$17.95 water-power schemes for isolated running training courses. energy resource that can never houses and communities. A Chinese Biogas Manual ISBN 9781853390296 be exhausted and which avoids 1991 (reprinted 2003) • 160 pages Popularising Technology This revised edition brings in new pollution, making it one of the in the Countryside £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 concepts developed and tested most environmentally-sound energy Edited by Ariane van Buren to expand the power range of options available. 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David Brown, Associate World Meteorological Organization £15.95 • €23.95 • US$31.95 Bulletin Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com 35 Water and Sanitation Features case studies with numerous examples from around A Manual on the South, especially the poor and marginalized communities who Small-Scale the world which will help anyone intending to design or construct a Hydraulic Ram for are the most likely to suffer from inadequate sanitation services. Water Supply rainwater catchment system. Pumping Water Explores key aspects of the A Review of Technologies Covers all aspects of design and planning process, including Brian Skinner construction including training, S.B. Watt creating and informing demand, operation, and maintenance. 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Little Beekeeping Health Care for the Features case studies primarily Some Tools for Agriculture Dromedary focusing on Ethiopia and Kenya Eva Crane ISBN 9780946688883 Ilse Köhler-Rollefson, Paul to offer research from a variety 1985 • 28 pages Mundy, and Evelyn Mathias of regional communities to £12.95 • €19.95 • US$25.95 explore issues of household sales behaviour, price determinants, Try the Rabbit ‘This manual should be on the A Handbook on Rabbit Raising for livestock market information shelf of every person dealing with systems, cross border and export Beginners camels.’ marketing, and crisis period S. Adjare ISBN 9780946688616 Livestock International marketing. 1984 • 50 pages ISBN 9781853396311 £5.95 • €8.95 • US$11.95 The first practical manual about 2006 • 288 pages camel diseases for veterinarians £15.95 • €23.95 • US$3195 Animal Healthcare Training and livestock practitioners. Nepal’s Animal Health Improvement Training Programme ISBN 9781853395031 2001 • 272 pages £14.95 • €22.95 • US$29.95 Community-Based John Young, Karen Stoufer, Narayan Ojha, and Henk Dijkema Animal Healthcare ISBN 9781853392450 1994 • 60 pages £12.95 • €19.95 • US$25.95 Horse Healthcare A Practical Guide to Ethnoveterinary Research and Improving Primary Veterinary Development A Manual for Animal Health Services Constance McCorkle, Evelyn Mathias, Workers and Owners Andy Catley, Stephen Blakeway, and Tjaart Schillhorn Van Veen David Hadrill and Tim Leyland ISBN 9781853393266 1996 • 344 pages ‘This “practical guide” is an £19.95 • €29.95 • US$39.95 Designed for those who care for working horses but who may have inspiration. 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These cover a broad range of topics in the areas of civil society strengthening and aid modalities, developed from their research, training and consultancy programmes. 42 Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com Index A Barlow, Roy 34, 38 Byrne, Iain 13 Crane, Eva 41 Abbiw, Daniel 40 Barnett, Andrew 35 Byrne, Jim 29 Creevey, Lucy 21 Accounting and Bookkeeping for the Barr, Julian 30 Crespin, Julie 27 Small Building Contractor 25 Bartlett, Jane 40 C Crick, Francis 34 Caceres, Roberto 35 Action and Knowledge 16 Barwell, Ian 26, 41 Crop Protection Strategies for Calow, Roger 36 Adjare, Stephen 41 Basant, Rakesh 40 Subsistence Farmers 40 Campbell, John 12 Affordable Water Supply Basic Blacksmithing 29 Crops, People, and Irrigation 35 Campilan, Dindo 15 and Sanitation 37 Basic Print Production Series 29 Cullis, Adrian 36, 37 Cane Sugar 23 Agents of Change 18 Bathie, George 22 Culpepper, Roy 16 Capewell, Ian 23 Agevi, Elijah 25 Battcock, Mike 22 Cultivating Biodiversity 39 Carpentry Toolmaking 30 Agricultural Analysis Tools for Baud, I.S.A. 21 Cultivating Knowledge 40 Carr, Marilyn 8, 11, 18, 21, 32, 33 Economic Development 40 Baumann, Miges 11 Cultural and Spiritual Values Carruthers, Ian 40 Agricultural Trade Principles and Policies 40 Beall, Jo 27 of Biodiversity 39 Carter, Nicola 21, 32 Agricultural Value Chain Finance 2 Beating Hunger - The Chivi Experience 39 Cultural Dimension of Development, The 31 Cassaniga, Neide 20 Agroecology 39 Bebbington, Anthony 40 Culture, Cash and Housing 25 Castro, Alfonso Peter 31 Agro-mechanical Diffusion in a Beck, Tony 12 Cunningham, Gordon 15 Catley, Andy 41 Backward Region 40 Beekeeping 41 Curtis, Val 21 Cereal Processing 22 Aid Chain, The 10 Beenhakker, Henri 26 Cutting Edge Technologies And Microcomputer Challenging the Professions 11 Aiding Peace? 10 Bell, Janet 11, 35, 37 Applications for Developing Countries 32 Chambers, Robert 7, 11, 15, 37 Alamgir, Mohiuddin 12, 40 Berg, L. 11 Czuczman, Kate 12 Changing Women’s Lives and Work 21 Albee, Alana 33 Berger, Rachel 7 Albu, Mike 1 Better Tools for the Job 25 Chapman, Jennifer 10 D Charcoal Dilemma 33 Dahlberg, E. 29 Alders, Carine 33 Beusch, Andreas 26 Cheatle, R. 40 Dairy Processing 22 Alinovi, Luca 6 Bevan, Andy 25 Chen, Martha 21 Dancy, H. 25 Allen, Hugh 19, 35, 37 Beyond Farmer First 38 Chenkumbi Lime 25 Da Silva, Jo 1 Allinson, Catherine 35 Beyond Relief 14 Bhalla, A.S. 32 Chidumayo, Emmanuel N. 33 Davies, Anthony 13 Almedon, Astier 6 Bhatt, Mihir R. 14 Children Actively Learning 24 Davies, Jeff 36 Almekinders, Conny 39 Bielenberg, Carl 36 Chilton, John 36 Davies, Jonathan 40 Alms Bazaar, The 11 Biggs, Stephen 32 Chinese Biogas Manual 34 Davies, Louise 23 Altieri, Miguel 39, 40 Biological and Cultural Diversity 31 Chinese Chain and Washer Pumps 37 Davies, Susanna 14 Amanor, Kojo 40 Blackburn, James 15 Cities, Poverty and Food 4 Davis, Ian 14, 25 Anderson, Mary 14 Blacksmith and the Farmer 30 Clancy, Joy 34 Davis, Jan 14 Anderson, Simon 39, 40 Blacksmith, Baker, Roofing-sheet maker 21 Clark, Norman 32 Davis, John 32 Anderson, Teresa 35 Blacksmithing Instructors’ Guide, The 28 Clarke, Brian 40 Davis, Malcolm 25 Andersson, Claes Axel 26 Blakeway, Stephen 41 Clarke, Robin 35 Dawson, Jonathan 18, 26, 32 Animal Draught Technology 40 Blauert, Jutta 15 Clay Testing 25 de Boef, Walter 39, 40 Animal Healthcare Training 41 Blumenthal, Ursula 6 Clayton, Andrew 25 de Bruijne, G.A. 21 Annotated Bibliography on Blunt, Peter 31 Climate Change and Gender Justice 8 Deconstructing Development Discourse 3 Rural Transport, An 26 Bokalders, Varis 23, 34, 35 Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol’s de Jong, Jocelyn 21 Appleton, Helen 21, 32 Bollard, Alan 18, 32 Clean Development Mechanism 33 de Jong, M. 18 Appropriate Building Materials 24 Borda, Orlando 16 Cloning Grameen Bank 20 de Leener, Philippe 39 Appropriate Food Packaging 22 Bornstein, Lisa 10 Coburn, Andrew 25 de Rezende, M. 33 Appropriate Paper-Based Technology (APT) 29 Bottomley, Trevor 13, 18 Colin, Jeremy 36 de Veen, J. 26 Appropriate Technology for Boyd, John 30, 40 Collister, Peter 24 de Wilde, Ton 11, 18 Rural Development 32 Brandberg, Björn 37 Communicating Building for Safety 25 De Zeeuw, Henk 4, 7 Appropriate Technology in Breaking the Chains 11 Communicating for Development 27 Dendy, David A.V. 23 a Changing World 32 Brick By Brick 24 Communities and Communication 26 Dennis, R.A. 26, 30 Appropriate Technology Insititutions: Bridging Research and Policy Communities, Livelihoods, and Natural Dennis, Ron 25 A Review 32 in Development 13 Resources 32 Derrick, Anthony 34, 35, 38 Appropriate Technology Institutions: Bridging the Finance Gap in Housing Community Assessment 21 Design and Manufacture of A Directory 32 and Infrastructure 26 Community Health and Sanitation 21 Animal-Drawn Carts 26 Arbenz, Marcus 13 Brock, Karen 15 Community Water Development 37 Design and Manufacture of Low-Cost Ariyabandu, Madhavi Malalgoda 20 Brody, Alyson 19 Community Water Supply 37 Motorized Vehicles 26 Arlosoroff, Saul 37 Brokensha, David 31 Community Water, Design of Bicycle Trailers 26 Armstrong, William 25 Brookfield, Harold 39 Community Management 36 Designing and Building Mini and Arora, Poonam 40 Brown, Alison 26, 30 Community-Based Animal Healthcare 41 Micro Hydro Power Schemes 5 Arora, Sukhwinder Singh 19 Brown, Andrew 34 COMPAS 30 Developing Building for Arriving Where We Started 12 Bryceson, Deborah 3 Complex Problems, Negotiated Solutions 13 Safety Programmes 25 Arunchalam, Jaya 4 Buatsi, Sosthenes 18, 32 Compton, J. 40 Developing Groundwater 36 Assessing the Gender Impact of Buchanan-Smith, Margaret 14 Confronting the Crisis in Urban Poverty 26 Developing Small-Scale Industries in India 18 Development Projects 21 Budgett-Meakin, Catherine 24 Connecting the First Mile 32 Developing Technologies for the Rural Poor 31 AT Reader, The 32 Building Back Better 1 Conroy, Czech 41 Development@IT 24 Auxiliaries in Primary Health Care 21 Building Bridges with the Grassroots 28 Consultancy for Small Businesses 18 Development and the Axtell, Barrie 22, 23 Building Businesses with Small Producers 17 Contested Space 26 Challenge of Globalization 11 Ayok, E. 40 Building Credibility 11 Controlling Crop Pests And Diseases 38 Development Dialogue: Ayre, Michael 26, 41 Building for Safety Compendium 25 Conversations with Practitioners 18 Rainwater Harvesting in Turkana 37 Aysan, Yasemin 25 Building Fundraising Programs Cook Electric 35 Development in Disaster-Prone Places 14 Azam-Ali, Sue 22 to Attract Community Support 11 Cooper, David 40 Development of Indian Silk 30 B Building in Partnership with the Maasai 13 Co-operative Organization 13 Development, Divinity, and Dharma 18 Baking for Profit 22 Building Maintenance 24 Co-operative Success 17 Devereux, Stephen 38 Ball, Colin 37 Building Structures and Skills Copestake, James 19, 40 De-Zeeuw, Henk 7 Ball, Mog 37 for Fundraising 11 Copy Book, The 13 Dharavi 3 Banda, Charles 6 Building Sustainable Urban Settlements 27 Cornish, Gez 37, 38 Dichter, Thomas 19 Bangladesh 11 Building with Bamboo 24 Cornwell, Andrea 3, 15 Dicko, Modibo 34 Banskota, M. 40, 41 Building with Earth 24 Cory, Alistair 25 Dictionary of Water Engineering 36 Barefoot Book, The 11 Building with Lime 24 Cotton, Andrew 28 Diemer, Geert 35 Barefoot Collective 6 Buried Pipelines for Surface Irrigation 37 Country Boats of Bangladesh 26 Digital Poverty 31 Barefoot Manual to Working with Burpee, Gary 39 Coupe, Stuart 10, 15, 26, 33, 38 Dignard, Louise 20 Organisations and Social Change, The 6 Bush, Alex 23 Court, Julius 11, 13 Dijkema, Henk 41 Barefoot Revolution, The 11 Business Arithmetic for Co-operatives Cover Crops In Smallholder Agriculture 39 Dijkstra, Tom 37 Barker, Gary 20 and other Small Businesses 18 Cowden, Belinda 14 Disappearing Peasantries? 11 Barker, Peter 37 Business Development Services 17 Cowley, Paul 35 Disaster Mitigation, Preparedness Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com 43 Index and Response 14 Famine Early Warning and Response 14 Ghose, Ajoy K. 29 Hileman, Milena 17 Disaster Risk Management and Farmer First 38 Gianotten, Vera 21 Hilhorst, Thea 21 Reconstruction in Latin America 2 Farmer First Revisited 7 Gibbon, David 40 Hill Irrigation 37 Dixon, Peter 30 Farmer Participatory Research 39 Gillett, Bill 38 Hill, Neville 25 Do it Herself 21 Farmer-Led Extension 39 Glassware Manufacture for Hilson, Gavin.M 28 Doig, Alison 33, 34, 35 Farmers, Forests and Fuel 35 Developing Countries 30 Hinchcliffe, Fiona 16 Doing the Rights Thing 10 Farmers’ Jury, A 38 Glover, P.B 37 Hindson, Jack 25 Dolman, Anthony 26 Farmers’ Research in Practice 38 Goethert, Reinhard 28 Hislop, Drummond 34, 35 Donkor, Peter 30 Farmers’ Seed Production 39 Golden Insect, The 41 Hitchings, Rob 28 Doran, Jo 34 Farrell, Ali 23 Gonsalves, Julian 15 Hoare, Joanna 9 Double Standards, Single Purpose 25 Farrington, John 39 Goodhand, Jonathan 11 Hobbelink, Henk 40 Douglas, Sholto 40 Fedden, Matthew 41 Goodwin, Tim 30 Holland, Jeremy 12, 15 Drying 22 Feeding the Market 18 Gordon, Andrew 25 Holland, M. 22 Drying Food for Profit 22 Feinberg, Wilburt 29 Gordon, Gill 15 Holland, Ray 34 Dubach, Josef 23 Feldstein, Hilary 21 Gould, John 35 Holloway, Richard 12 Dubbeling, Marielle 4 Fellows, Peter 22, 23 Governing Cities 27 Holmes, Stafford 24, 25 Dudley, Eric 25, 28 Ferguson, Cath 37 Graham, Michael 8 Hometown Associations 31 Dudley, Nigel 40 Fernando, Vijita 34 Grandin, Barbara 13, 41 Honey, Rex 31 Dunnett,Simon 33, 34 Ferradas, Pedro 2 Granfelt, TiiaRiitta 13 Hope, Anne 12 Dyeing and Printing 30 Ferrocement Water Tanks and Grassroot Horizons 16 Hornsby, M.J. 30 their Construction 37 Greeley, Martin 19 Horse Healthcare 41 E Ferron, Suzanne 14 Gregory, Jenny 34 Horton, Douglas 40 Eade, Deborah 3 Fertile Ground 16 Gregory, R. 40 Hot-Dip Galvanizing 30 Earth Construction 24 Field Engineering 25 Greywater Use in the Middle East 5 Houben, Hugo 24 Earth Roads 25 Field Hydrology in Tropical Countries 37 Grimshaw, David 32 Housing Without Houses 25 Economically Appropriate Technologies for Field Manual of Camel Diseases, A 41 Grosvenor-Alsop, Ruth 32 Hovland, Ingie 13 Developing Countries 32 Financial Planning for the Groundwater Dams for Hovorka, Alice 7 Edmunds, G. 25, 26 Small Building Contractor 25 Small-Scale Water Supply 37 How Africa Works 3 Educating for Real 13 Financing Renewable Energy Projects 35 Groverman, Verona 21 How to Build a ‘Cretan Sail’ Windpump 38 Educational Wooden Toys in Sri Lanka 30 Financing Small Enterprise 18 Growing Diversity 40 How to Make a Folding Machine for Edwards, Michael 12 Financing Women’s Enterprise 21 Guide to Appropriate Technology Sheet Metal Work 29 Edwards, R. 34 Finnegan, Gerry 17 Institutions, A 32 How to Make a Foot-Operated Workshop Drill 29 Een, Gillis 32 Fish Processing 22 Guide to Basic Print Production 29 How to Make a Hand-Operated Holepunch 29 Ehrenreich, John 14 Fisher, Thomas 40 Guidelines for Design, Production and How to Make a Metal-Bending Machine 29 Elcock, David 30 Flexible Specialization 18 Testing of Animal-drawn Carts 26 How to Make a Pipe-Bending Machine 29 Electricity in Households and Follett, Paul 25 Guidelines for Global Issues in Technology 24 How to Make a Rolling Machine for Micro-Enterprises 34 Food Processing Technology Guijt, Irene 15, 16 Sheet Metal Work 29 Electricity Services in Source Books series 17 Guillaud, Hubert 24 How to make a Rope and Washer pump 37 Remote Rural Communities 33 Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa 38 Guinebault, Alain 34 How to Make a Treadle-Operated El-Ghonemy, M. Riad 40 Food Sovereignty 4 Gunasekara, Jayantha 33 Wood-Turning Lathe 29 Elliott, K. 21 Forbes Irving, Tani 34 Gündel, Sabine 39 How to Make and Use the Elson, Bob 37 Emergency Market Mapping and Forest Farm Husbandry 41 Gunston, Henry 37 Treadle Irrigation Pump 37 Analysis Toolkit (EMMA) 1 Forest Farming 40 Gypsum Plaster 25 How to Make Basic Hospital Equipment 21 Empowerment through Enterprise 17 Forgotten Sector, The 40 How to Make Carpentry Tools 30 Encouraging Diversity 39 Foulds, John 30 H How to Make Cutting-Shears for Sheet Metal 29 Haaland, Ane 26 How to Make Low-cost Building Blocks 25 Endagama, P. 35 Foundations for Change 25 Hadrill, David 41 How to Make Planes, Cramps and Vices 30 Energy Dimension, The 35 Fountain, P.D 37 Hague, Cliff 27 How to Make the Most of your Tractor 40 Energy Efficiency for Small and Fraenkel, Peter 34, 35, 38 Hall, D. 33 How to Make Twelve Woodworking Tools 30 Medium Scale Enterprises 34 Franceys, Richard 28 Hall, Nicolas 24, 26, 28 How to Run a Small Development Project 13 Energy for Rural Livelihoods 33 Francis, Catherine 35 Hamdi, Nabeel 13, 25, 26, 27, 28 Howard, Debra 23, 24 Energy Options 35 Franco, Ernesto 22 Hamm, Bernd 28 Howe, John 25, 26 Engineering in Emergencies 14 From Clients to Citizens 15 Hand Dug Wells and their Construction 36 Howes, Mick 35 England, Roger 20 Frontiers in Participatory Rural Appraisal and Handbook of Gravity-Flow Water Systems, A 36 Hubbard, Michael 39 English, E. 18 Participatory Learning and Action 3 Hand-pump Maintenance 37 Hudson, N. 40 English, Philip 16 Frost, Dennis 13 Hands On – Energy, Hughes, Richard 25 Engqvist, Jonatan Habib 3 Fruit and Vegetable Processing 22 Infrastructure and Recycling 33 Huibers, Frans P. 35 Ensor, Jon 7 Fueg, Karin 12 Hands On – Food, Water, and Finance 33 Hulme, David 2 Enterprise Development and Fuel for Free? 24 Hands On Technology 23 Hulscher, Wim 35 Microfinance Journal 44 Fuelling Economic Growth 18 Hardingham, Martin 30 Human and Animal Powered Enterprise in Africa 17 Fujisaka, Sam 31 Hardy, Chandra 16 Water Lifting Devices 37 Entrepreneurship for the Poor 17 Fulford, David 34 Harnessing of Draught Animals, The 41 Human Rights of Street and Working Children 13 Equipment for Rural Workshops 30 Funding Local Governance 27 Harper, J. 30 Humanitarian Companion, The 14 Esipisu, Ezekiel 20 Fundraising Close to Home series 11 Harper, Malcolm 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 Hungry for Hope 12, 31 Estrella, Marisol 15 Furtado, P. 33 Harries, David 29 Hurley, Donnacadh 32 Etherton, Michael 24 Future of Community Lands, The 39 Hart, Rob 28 Hurst S. 29 Ethnoveterinary Medicine 41 Ethnoveterinary Research and G Hartl, Maria 8 Hurst, Christopher 35 Galperin, Hernan 31 Harvesting and Threshing 40 Hydraulic Ram Pumps 37 Development 41 Gamage, Nandasiri 20 Harvey, Adam 34 Evans, Barrie 25 Hygiene Evaluation Procedures 6 Gamser, Matthew 32, 35 Hathway, Gordon 25, 26 Hygiene Promotion 14 Evenson, R. 11 Gandelsonas, Catalina 27 Haverkort, Bertus 33, 37 Everts, Saskia 34 Gardening for Better Nutrition 21 Havet, Jose 20 I Expanding Energy Access in Garman, Peter 38 Heer, Bernhard 28 ILEIA Readings in Developing Countries 10 Gaspe, Anura 25 Heffernan, Claire 41 Sustainable Agriculture series 37 Expanding the Frontier in Rural Finance 18 Gaventa, John 15 Hellin, Jon 18, 38 ILO 26, 30 Experience of Poverty, The 12 Gell, Fiona 9 Helmsing, A.H.J. 17 Improved Wood-, Waste- and Export Marketing for Gender Dimensions in Hemrich, Günther 14 Charcoal-Burning Stoves 35 a Small Handicraft Business 18 Disaster Management 20 Henault, George 18 Improving Food Security 39 Extreme Emergencies 14 Gender Working Group 21 Hess, Carmen 12, 31 In a Nutshell 23 F Gender, Small-Scale Industry 21 Hidden Energy Crisis, The 5 Ince, Margaret 37 Fabric Manufacture 30 Geneva Group, The 13 Hidellage, Vishaka 23 Indigenous Knowledge Development Facing Kirinyaga 31 Getting Down to Business 21 Hiemstra, Wim 38 in Bangladesh 31 Fals-Borda, Orlando 16 Ghimire, Krishna 40 Higman, Sophie 18 Indigenous Knowledge Inquiries 30 44 Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com Index Indigenous Organizations and Development 31 Koechlin, Florianne 11 Making Good Governance Grow 23 Miller, Cath 23 Industrial Competitiveness in Africa 16 Köhler-Rollefson, Ilse 41 Making Health Care Equipment 21 Miller, Valerie 9 Industrial Employment through Kolsky, Pete 37 Making Microplans 28 Millington, Deborah 29 Appropriate Technology 32 Kolstee, T. 17 Making Planning Work 27 Mini-Cement 25 Ingham, Bob 28 Kraemer-Mbula, Erika 16 Making Safe Food 23 Mining on a Small and Medium Scale 29 Initial Course in Tropical Agriculture Kramsjo, Bosse 11 Making Wheels 30 Miombo Ecology and Management 33 for the Staff Co-operatives 40 Kraus-Harper, Uschi 21 Malunga, Chiku 6 Missing Links 21 Innis, Donald Q. 31, 40 Kristoferson, L. 35 Management of Technological Change 32 Missionaries and Mandarins 20 Inns, Frank 40 Kruft, Anton 32 Managing for a Change 13 Mitchell, Maurice 25 Inside NGOs 12 Kumar, Somesh 15 Managing Humanitarian Relief 14 Mitigating the Millennium 14 Integrated Urban Infrastructure 28 Managing Mobility in African Rangelands 41 Mitlin, Diana 26, 28 Intercropping and the Scientific Basis of L Managing the Globalized Environment 13 Mobilizing Appropriate Technology 32 Labour-based Road Construction 26 Traditional Agriculture 31, 40 Manderson, Lenore 6 Modern Coconut Management 39 Lall, Sanjaya 16 Intercultivation 40 Mann, H.T. 37 Modern Irrigation Technologies 36 Lamb, Robert 23 Intermediate Technology in Botswana 32 Mann, R. 38 Modern Stoves for All 35 Lambert, Robert 14, 37 Intermediate Technology in Indonesia 32 Mann, R.D. 28 Mohanty, A.K. 20 Lancashire, Sarah 38 Intermediate Technology Transfer Unit, The 32 Manual of Building Construction, A 25 Molyneux, Maxine 10 Land Clearance 40 Introduction to Co-operatives, An 13 Manual of Practical Management for Monahan, Laila 30 Land is Life 40 Introductory Technology 23 Third World Rural Development Money with a Mission, Volume 1 19 Land Reform and Peasant Livelihoods 40 Iredale, John 30 Associations, Vol. 1 13 Money with a Mission, Volume 2 19 Land, Food and Rural Development in Island Technology 32 Manual of Practical Management for Montoro, Barbara 2 North Africa 40 Ivan-Smith, Edda 15 Third World Rural Development Mooij, Jos 11 Land, Rights and Innovation 27 Associations, Vol. 2 13 Moore, Aaron 30 J Lantz, Maria 3 Manual on the Hydraulic Ram for Moore, Karen 2 Jackson, Tim 33 Larcher, Paul 26 Pumping Water, A 36 More Innovations for Development 32 Jacolin, Pierre 39 Latrine Building 37 Manual Screw Press for Morgan, Joy 14 Jansen, Eirik G. 26 Launder, John 13 Small-Scale Oil Extraction, The 22 Morgan, Peter 35 Janssen, Jules J.A. 24 Lawson, David 2 Mapping the Shift in Moriarty, Patrick 36 Jansson, Sven 34 Lazar, Sian 10 Business Development Services 16 Moris, Jon 40 Jarman, Cyril 30 Le Sann, Alain 40 Mariam, Mesfin 14 Morse, Richard 16 James, Eric 14 Learning Endogenous Development 30 Mariscal, Judith 31 Motors as Generators for Micro-Hydro Power 34 Jasko, Chris 27 Learning from Change 15 Marjoram, Tony 32 Movik, Synne 5 Jaspars, Susanne 14 Learning from Gal Oya 11 Market Panacea, The 40 Mugova, Alex 25 Jayanetti, Lionel 25 Leek, Janet 29 Marshall, Ken 32 Muguti, Elizabeth 34 Jazairy, Idriss 12, 40 Legg, Robert 36 Martin, Marina 41 Mukerji, Kiran 24 Jeans, Andy 18 Lessons from Aceh 1 Martin, Mike 35 Muhkerjee, Amitava 3 Jeffrey, T.D. 37 Lester, Derek 29 Matin, Imran 2 Mule, Harris 16 Jehan, Kate 6 Let Farmers Judge 38 Masendeke, Absolom 38 Mullard, Kim 26 Jenkins, Peter 12 Levitsky, Jacob 17, 18 Mason, Kelvin 24, 25 Multilateral Development Banks Series, The 16 Jerve, Alf 26 Lewins, Roger 10, 15 Mastering the Machine Revisited 13 Multilateral Development Banks, The: Jhabvala, Renana 21 Lewis, David 40 Mather, David 25 The Asian Development Bank 16 Jiggins, Janice 21 Lewis, James 14 Mathews, Allison 25 Multilateral Development Banks, The: Jobs from Housing 28 Lewis, Viv 33 Mathias, Evelyn 41 The Caribbean Development Bank 16 Jobs from Junks 33 Leyland, Tim 41 Mathie, Alison 15 Multilateral Development Banks, The: Jodha, N. 40 Life Industry, The 11 Matthews, Alison 30 The Inter-American Development Bank 16 Johnson, Deb 15 Lightening the Load 8 Matthews, M. 40 Multilateral Development Banks, The: Johnson, Debra A. 38, 39 Lime and Alternative Binders in East Africa 25 Maxwell, Simon 11, 13, 38, 40 Titans or Behemoths 16 Johnson, Ian 40, 41 Lime and Other Alternative Cements 25 May, Brian 40 Multilateral Development Banks, The: Johnson, Kersten 16 Linking with Farmers 33 Mayoux, Linda 2 The African Development Bank 16 Johnson, Natasha 23 Linney, Bob 13 McCorkle, Constance 41 Multi-purpose Toolbars 39 Johnson, Susan 19 Little, Peter D. 41 McDivitt, James F. 28 Mulugetta,Yacob 33 Johnson, Victoria 15 Live Well, Live Wisely 23 McGrath, Simon 17 Mundy, Paul 41 Joining Farmers’ Experiments 38 Livelihood from Fishing, A 40 McIlwaine, Stephen 5 Murray, Francis 15 Jones, Linda 2 Livestock Emergency Guidelines and McLaren, Ian 30 Murwira, Kuda 39 Jones, Sue 28 Standards (LEGS) 7 McLeod, Ruth 26 Musandu-Nyamayaro, Oscar 25 Jonsén, Jennie 4 Living with Uncertainty 40 McNelis, Bernard 35, 38 Muttagi, Pandurang K. 28 Jonsson, Lars-Ove 23 Living with Wildlife 33 McPeak, John G. 41 Myers, Dorothy 38 Jordan, Thomas 35 Lock, Dennis 28 McRobie, George 40 Myth of Community, The 15 Joseph, S. 35 Lockwood, Matthew 10 Mead, Donald 17 Joste, Sten 32 Longland, F. 25 Judge, Emma 22, 23, 33 Looking Beyond Credit 18 Medical and Hygiene Textile Production 30 N Meeting the Challenges of Animal Traction 26 Najda, Ruth 23 Jurema’s Children in the Forest of Spirits 31 Lost-Wax Casting 29 Nashetu E-Maa 13 Mehta, Lyla 5 Just for Starters 18 Louineau, Jean-Paul 33, 34 Nature is Culture 31 Meinzen-Dick, Ruth S. 36 Just One Planet 32 Louwaars, Niels 39 Ndiaye, Mamadou 39 Messer, Peter 25 Lovell, Chris 36 Ndione, Emmanuel 39 K Low Cost Printing for Development 30 Metal Casting 29 Kabeer, Naila 19 Methods for Community Participation 15 Negotiating the Seed Treaty 10 Low-Cost Electrification 34 Negotiating Water Rights 36 Kalpagam, U. 4 Methods in Development Research 12 Low-Cost Load-Carrying Devices 26 Nelson, Ken 36 Kapila, Sunita 17 Micro- and Small Enterprises in Low-Cost Sanitation 37 Nelson, Nici 16, 28 Kaplinsky, Raphael 23, 32 Latin America 17 Low-Cost Vehicles 26 Network Research Approach, A 12 Kappagoda, Nihal 16 Microenterprises in Developing Countries 17 Low-Cost Wooden Duplicator, The 30 Networking for Development 12 Kaumbutho, Pascal 26 Microfinance and Self Help Groups In India 8 Lowe, Lucky 25, 32 New Forester 40 Kay, Cristobal 11 Microfinance: Evolution, Achievements Lyons, Michal 1 New Middlewomen, The 20 Keable, Julian 24 and Challenges 18 Kehrli, Hugo 35 M Micro-Hydro Design Manual 34 New Seed and Old Laws 39 Keirns, Pamela 35 Macdonald, Alan 36 Micro-Hydro Electric Power 34 New Weave of Power, People and Politics, A 10 Kenna, Jeff 38 Machel, Keith 22 Micro-Hydro Pelton Turbine Manual, The 34 New World of Microenterprise Finance, The 20 Kennedy, W. 37 Made in Africa 30 Micro-Hydro Power: Newell, Peter 11 Kenya Ceramic Jiko, The 35 Madeley, John 11, 18, 40 A Guide for Development Workers 34 Newton, Alan 30 Kerr, Charles 21, 36, 37 Mahajan, Vijay 40 Mikkelsen, Lene Hojmark 17 Njenga, Mary 7 Khennas, Smail 33, 34, 35 Mahmud, Simeen 33 Miles, Derek 25, 26, 32 Niamir-Fuller, Maryam 41 Killough, Scott 39 Majale, Michael 37 Millard, Edward 18 Nielsen, Tue Kell 32 King, Kenneth 17 Making an Impact in HIV and Aids 21 Miller, Calvin 2 Nilsson, Åke 37 Knaul, Felicia 20 Making Common Ground 27 Miller, Carol 10, 20 Nimpuno, K. 11 Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com 45 Index Nissen-Petersen, Erik 35 Power from the People 35 Romaya, Sam 27 Singh, Kulwant 28 No Condition Permanent 32 Power Guide 35 Romijn, Henny 18 Singha, Ashok 40 Noordhoek, Marike 27 Power, Process and Participation 16 Root Crop Processing 22 Sinha, Frances 18, 21 Norton, John 24 Practical Guide to Solar Photovoltaic Systems Roots of Change, The 40 Sinha, Sanjay 25, 30 Novaes da Mota, Clarice 31 for Technicians, A 33 Rosillo-Calle, F. 33 Sithole, M. 30 Nutrition Matters 14 Practical Innovations for a Rowlands, Jo 9 Skills for Life 13 Sustainable World series 28 Roy, A.K. 17 Skinner, Brian 36, 37 O Practical Microfinance 19 Rozis, Jean-François 35 Skinner, Reinhard 13, 28 Office Management for Co-operatives 13 Practitioners and Poverty Alleviation 27 Running a Biogas Programme 34 Slash/Mulch Systems 40 Ogutu, Zadoc 33 Prain, Gordon D. 31 Running Water 37 Slikkerveer, L. Jan 31 Ohler, Johan G. 39 Pratt, Gareth 15 Rural Building Course 24 Slocum, Rachel 16 Oil Processing 22 Pretty, Jules 16 Rural Credit 20 Small and Medium Enterprises 32 Ojha, Narayan 41 Pridmore, Pat 15 Rural Energy Services 35 Small Building Contractor and the Client, The 25 Okafor, Stanley 31 Productive Water Points in Dryland Areas 36 Rural Enterprise 18 Small Business in Transition Economies 17 Okali, Christine 39 Profit for the Poor 19 Rural Lighting 34 Small Business Promotion 18 O’Keefe, P 40 Proost, Jet 39 Rural Roads and Poverty Alleviation 26 Small Business Services in Asian Countries 17 Okun, Daniel 38 Providing Food Security for All 39 Rural Sanitation 37 Small Customers, Big Market 19 One Hundred Innovations for Development 32 Public Services through Private Enterprise 17 Rural Transport 34 Small Enterprises and Changing Policies 17 Opening the Marketplace to Small Enterprise 18 Pumps as Turbines 33 Rural Transport in Developing Countries 26 Small Enterprises in Developing Countries 18 Operation and Maintenance of Puncture Prevention Techniques for Rural Transport Services 26 Small Farm Weed Control 40 Small Irrigation Schemes 37 Low-Cost Vehicles 26 Rural Vulnerability to Famine in Ethiopia 14 Small Hydro Power in China 35 Oppenoorth, Harry 21 Puttaswamaiah, K. 40 Rural Women in South Asia 4 Small Scale Cement Plants 18 O’Reilly, Marion 14 Rusike, Elijah 38 Small Scale Foundries for Orford, Margie 33 Q Ruskulis, Otto 25, 28 Developing Countries 30 Organic Cotton 38 Qualitative Enquiry for Rural Development 40 Russo, Luca 14 Small Wind Systems for Otero, Maria 20 Quarrying and Rockbreaking 29 Rutherford, Stuart 9 Rural Energy Services 34 Other Policy, The 11 Our Money, Our Movement 20 R Smallegange, Linda 34 Rahman, Anisur 16 S Small-Scale Food Processing 22 Owens, Adrian 23 Sahu, Ashis Kumar 18 Rahman, Muhammad 16 Small-Scale Gold Mining 29 P Rahman, Nazibor 26 Sailing Against the Wind 26 Small-Scale Industries Promotion in India 18 Pacey, Arnold 21, 36, 37, 38 Rai, Kavita 33 Samuels, Jane 28 Small-Scale Irrigation 37 Package Deals 32 Rai, Shirin 11 Sanchez, Teodoro 5, 33 Small-Scale Milling 23 Packaging 22 Rainwater Catchment Systems Sanderson, David 14, 25 Small-Scale Mining, Rural Subsistence, Packer, Bevill 29 for Domestic Supply 35 Sandhu, Ruby 21 and Poverty in West Africa 28 Padmanabhan, K.P. 20 Rainwater Harvesting 36 Sandler, Joanne 21 Small-Scale Mining: Padoch, Christine 39 Rajepakse, Iroma Ruana 33 Sanyasi, Anthea 14 A Guide to Appropriate Equipment 28 Pagura, Maria 18 Rakodi, Carole 27 Saving Lives and Livelihoods 41 Small-Scale Papermaking 30 Pain, Adam 39 Ramachandran, K. 18 Saxena, N. 13 Small-Scale Production 18 Paish, Oliver 34, 35 Ramírez, Ricardo 38 Saywell, Darren 37 Small-Scale Production of Palmer-Jones, Richard 37 Rammed Earth Structures 24 Scarborough, Vanessa 39 Cementitious Materials 25 Pantuliano, Sara 9 Randolph Bruns, Brian 36 Schaerer, Lilith 12 Small-Scale Recyling of Plastics 30 Panuccio, Theresa 12 Ranis, G. 11 Schilderman, Theo 1, 28 Small-Scale Soapmaking 30 Parkinson Sarah 31 Rao, D.S.K. 18, 20 Schneider, Bertrand 11 Small-Scale Textiles series 29 Parkinson, Jonathan 36 Rappaport, Rosalynn 38 Schouten, Ton 36 Small-Scale Vertical Shaft Lime Kiln, The 25 Parr, Jeremy 37 Razavi, Shahra 20 Schrader, Anita 20 Small-Scale Water Supply 36 Parry, John 25 Rea, Val 35 Schreurs, Stijntje 18 Smillie, Ian 11, 13, 32 Parsons, Helen 39 Reaching the Unreached 11 Schulte, Bob 34 Smith, A.V. 37 Partap, T. 41 Reconstructing Agriculture in Afghanistan 39 Schulz, Christopher 38 Smith, Alan 26 Participation in Development series 15 Reddy, A. 32 Science and Technology 11 Smith, D. Mark 32 Participatory Livestock Research 41 Redeby, Lucy 34 Science and Technology Council 32 Smith, Nigel 34 Partnership Financing for Small Enterprise 19 Redwood, Mark 5 Science, Technology and Development 32 Smith, Paul 28 Partnerships in Urban Planning 27 Reed, R.A. 37 Scobie, Jane 14 Smith, Ray 25 Pastoral Livestock Marketing in Rees, Dai 35 Scoones, Ian 7, 38, 40 Smoke — The Killer in the Kitchen 34 Eastern Africa 41 Refugee Enterprise 18 Scott, Andrew 11, 29 Smout, Ian K. 37 Pathways to Participation 15 Reijntjes, Coen 38 Scott, Patta 15 Snow, Jon 18 Payne, Geoffrey 28 Relf, Colin 30 Scrap Metal Recovery 30 Snyder, Margaret 21 Pedersen, Poul Ove 18 Remenyi, Joe 18 Seed-Bed Preparation 40 Social Progress and Sustainable Development 10 People’s Participation 16 Removing Unfreedoms 28 Seeds and Synergies 4 Solar Energy for Rural Communities 34 Perier, Jean-Pierre 39 Renewable Energy Technologies 35 Seeds of Choice 39 Solar Heating in Cold Regions 35 Pettit, Jethro 15 Report on Farm Equipment 40 Seeland, Klaus 31 Solar Photovoltaic Products 3 Pickford, John 11, 36, 37, 38 Resilient Family Farm, The 39 Septic Tanks and Aqua-privies Solar Pumping 38 Pickles of Bangladesh 23 Restocking Pastoralists 41 from Ferrocement 37 Solar Water Pumping 37 Piek, Hannah 32 Rhyne, Elisabeth 20 Sericulture and Silk Production 30 Solar-Powered Electricity 35 Piggott, Hugh 34 Ricafort, Roger 15 Services for the Urban Poor 28 Soon, Tan 18 Pimbert, Michael 11 Rice Husk Ash Cement 25 Setting Up a Food Drying Business 22 Speaking Out 9 Pitt, James 23 Richards, E.G. 30 Shadmon, Asher 24 Speaking Out 21 Planning in Cities 27 Richards, Michael 40 Shah, Meera Kaul 15 Spence, Robin 25, 28 Plant Fibre Processing 30 Richards, Peter 26 Shah, Parmesh 16 Spinning 30 Platt, Adam 21 Richman, Arleeen 18 Shah, Tushaar 13 Spiropoulos, John 25 Plumptre, Robert 30 Riley, Elizabeth 26 Shanahan, Y. 35 Spoor, Max 40 Policy Entrepreneurship for Rios, Walter 22 Shanty Upgrading 25 Springs of Participation 15 Poverty Reduction 11 Rising from the Ashes 14 Sharing Power for Development 12 Staehle, Mark 19 Pomonis, Antonios 25 Road Maintenance and Regravelling (ROMAR) Shaw, Rod 37 Stakeholder Incentives in Poor and Their Money, The 9 Using Labour-based Methods 26 Shekar, Prabha 30 Participatory Forest Management 40 Posey, Darrell A. 39 Roads and Resources 26 Shelter, Settlements, Policy and the Poor 28 Standards and Specifications for Post-harvest Crop Processing 40 Roads are Not Enough 26 Shit Matters 5 Local Building Materials 24 Poston, David 30 Rocheleau, Diane 16 Sieber, Niklas 26 Starkey, Paul 12, 26 Potatoes 40 Rodriguez, Luis 5 Sigurdson, Jon 18 Starr, Michael 30 Potts, Kathryn H. 22 Rodriguez, Marc 40 Sillitoe, Paul 31 Starting a Small Food-Processing Enterprise 22 Pound, Barry 39 Rogers, T. 37 Silveira, Semida 35 State of World Rural Poverty, The 11 Poverty and Rural Development 40 Rohr-Rouendaal, Petra 12 Simanowitz, Anton 19 State They’re In, The 10 Powell, John 13, 32 Rolfe, Chris 18 Simpson, Brent 40 Steinberg, Florian 28 Power and Participatory Development 16 Rolfe, Clare 18 Sinclair, Angela 32 Sten-Screen 30 46 Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com Index Stepping Forward 15 Toilets That Make Compost 35 W Wood, Geoffrey 11, 37, 40 Stern, Peter H. 25, 37, 34 Tools for Agriculture 40 Wad, Atul 32 Woodrow, Peter J. 14 Stevens, Lucy 26 Tools for Organic Farming 40 Wakely, Patrick 27 Wood-Stove Dissemination 35 Stewart, Bill 35 Tools for the Field 21 Wall to Wall Design 23 Work from Waste 33 Stewart, Frances 11 Towards Village Industry 11 Wallace, Tina 10 Work of a Co-operative Committee, The 13 Stewart, W. 35 Trade and the Poor 18 Walsby, Michael 27 Working with Farmers for Better Stocking, Michael 39 Trading the Silver Seed 40 Warner, Michael 13 Land Husbandry 40 Stockman, Douglas 21 Traditional Beancurd Manufacture 23 Warren, D. Michael 31 Workshop Equipment Manuals 27 Stolton, Sue 38, 40 Traditional Candlemaking 29 Warwick, Hugh 34 Worth of Water, The 36 Stone 24 Traditional Cheesemaking 23 Water and Development in Wright, Marjorie 30 Stone, Ted 28 Traditional Foods 23 Mountain Agriculture 36 Wright, Susan 16 Storage 22 Trail Bridge Building in the Himalayas 25 Water and Sanitation for All 37 Wright-Revolledo, Katie 19 Storm Drainage 37 Training for Transformation (Book 4) 12 Water Current Turbines 38 Stoufer, Karen 41 Training for Transformation (Books 1-3) 12 Y Water Lifting Devices 35 Yahya, Saad 25 Stove Maker, Stove User 35 Training in Food Processing 22 Water Sellers 37 Yarn Preparation 30 Stove Project Manual 35 Transforming Development 21 Water Supplies for Rural Communities 37 Yaron, Gil 34, 40 Stoves for People 35 Triomphe, Bernard 39 Water Supply 34 Yeo, Peter 13, 40 Stulz, Roland 24 Tripp, Robert 39 Water Supply and Sanitation Services Yiching Song 4 Subrahmamiam, K. 40 Try Drying It! 23 for the Rural Poor 35 You Pay for What You Get 13 Sugar Processing 23 Try the Rabbit 41 Water Treatment and Sanitation 37 Young, Helen 14 Sumberg, James 39 Tuladhar, Artha 25 Water, Sanitation, Environment Young, John 13, 41 Supporting Citizens’ Initiatives 12 Tunbridge, Louise 41 and Development 38 Young, Pete 25 Surface Water Treatment for Communities Turning Off the Lights 33 Waterlines Journal 48 Youngjohns, B. 13 in Developing Countries 38 Tussie, Diana 16 Waters-Bayer, Ann 38, 38 Survival of the Fitter 13 Tweeten, Luther 40 Watson, Cathy 33, 39 Z Sustainability Handbook for Design Zeitlyn, Jonathan 30 Twigg, John 14 Watt, S.B. 36, 37 and Technology Teachers, The 23 Zetter, Roger 27 Tyler, Stephen R. 32 Watt, Simon 37 Zuidberg, Lida 21 Sustainability of Water and Wealth Ranking in Smallholder Communities 13 Sanitation Systems 37 U Wedgwood, Helen 39 Sustainable Development and Uncharted Territory 9 Understanding Climate Change Adaptation 7 Wegelin, Emiel 27 the Future of Cities 28 Wellard, Kate 40 Sustainable Industrial Development 33 Understanding Natural Fibre Concrete 25 Understanding Organizational Sustainability Wellings, Karen 23 Sustainable Learning for Wells, Jill 28 Women’s Empowerment 2 through African Proverbs 6 Understanding Vulnerability 14 Westman Wilson, Elizabeth 11 Sustainable Lifestyles? 23 We Work at Home 6 Sustainable Mountain Agriculture, Volume 1 40 UNIFEM 22, 34 Upgrading Micro Hydro in Sri Lanka 34 What Works for the Poorest 2 Sustainable Mountain Agriculture, Volume 2 41 What’s Wrong with Microfinance? 19 Sustainable Sewerage 37 Uphoff, Norman 11, 31 Urban Futures 26 Wheels of Trade, The 17 Sustaining Agricultural Biodiversity 40 When Aid is no Help 11 Sutton, Jackie 39 Urban Girls 20 Urban Land Tenure and Property Rights in When the Harvest is In 18 Suzuki, Naoki 12 Where Credit is Due 18 Sverrisson, Arni 18 Developing Countries 28 Urban Management Series 24 Where There Is No Artist 12 Sweetman, Caroline 8 Whitby, Garry 30 Syagga, Paul 25 Urban Opportunity 28 Urban Poverty in Africa 28 Whitcombe, Richard 32 White, Rodney 27 T Urban Sanitation 36 Who Changes? 15 Talyarkhan, Surmaya 32 Uribe-Echevarría, Francisco 18 Tanburn, Jim 16, 17, 28 Useful Plants of Ghana 40 Whose Reality Counts? 10 Tawney, Clare 39 Using Technical Skills in Whose Voice? 15 Taylor, Kevin 36 Community Development 32 Wichhart, Lori 16 Taylor, Laurence 12 Wickramasinghe, Maithree 20 Taylor, Matthew 29 V Wijkman, Anders 6 Tech and Tools Book 21 Value Chains in Development 4 Wilkinson, Judith 29 Technical Principles of Building for Safety 25 Value for Money? 17 Williams, Arthur 33 Technological Tranformation of Rural India 32 van Bentum, Robert 37 Williamson, D. 37 Technological Upgrading of van Buren, Ariane 34 Willoughby, Kelvin W. 31 Service Institutions, The 32 van de Fliert, Elske 39 Wilson, Bruce 13 Technology Choice 31 van der Gaag, Nikki 9 Wilson, Kim 39 Technology Development in Rural Industries 32 van der Kamp, Johan 37 Wilson, Stuart 30 Technology for a Changing World 32 van der Werf, Erik 38 Win, Everjoice J. 39 Technology Transfer 32 van Dijk, Meine Pieter 18, 27 Windfuhr, Michael 4 Telecentres, Access and Development 31 van Gelder, B. 40 Windpumping Handbook 38 Terry, Geraldine 8 van Koppen, Barbara 37 Windpumps 34 Thake, Jeremy 34, 35 van Veen, Tjaart Schillhorn 41 Wingate, Michael 24 Thampy, Ramesh 41 van Veldhuizen, Laurens 33, 38 Winship, Guy 19 Thatching 24 Van Veenhuizen, Rene 4 Witcombe, John 39 Their Own Idea 18 van Walsum, Edith 21 Women and Food Security 21 Thin, Neil 10 van Zwanenberg, Roger 11 Women and Integrated Pest Management 39 Thomas, Stephen 33 Vellvé, Renée 40 Women and IPM 39 Thomas, T.H. 37 VeneKlasen, Lisa 10 Women and the Food Cycle 21 Thomas, Henk 11, 18 Vernooy, Ronnie 4 Women and the Transport of Water 21 Thomas-Slayter, Barbara 16 Viewpoints series 9 Women and Waterpumps in Bangladesh 37 Thompson, John 7, 16, 38 Village Animal Healthcare 41 Women Feeding Cities 7 Thrupp, Lori Ann 38 Village Savings and Loan Associations 19 Women in Development 21 Thuillier, Fabrices 22 Vincent, Fernand 13 Women in Micro- and Thurston, David 40 Vincent, Linden 37 Small-Scale Enterprise Development 20 Timber Pole Construction 25 Virk, Daljit 39 Women’s Leadership and Participation 9 Time to Listen 12 Vocational Training in the Community 13 Women, Work and Technology in Timmel, Sally 12 Vogler, John 30, 33 Rural South Asia 21 Tinker, Tiller, Technical Change 32 Voices from the Margins 15 Women’s Roles in Technical Innovation 22 To Cure All Hunger 40 von Coppen, Barbara 36 Woo, Jean 8 To the Hands of the Poor 13 von Einsiedel, Nathaniel 28 Wood and Woodworking Tools 30 Todd, Helen 20 Vyakarnam, Shailendra 18 Wood, W. 36 Order now ) +44 (0)1926 634501 or get full details and 10% off at www.developmentbookshop.com 47 Journals Waterlines Waterlines is a refereed journal providing a forum for those involved in extending water supply, sanitation, hygiene and waste management to all in developing countries. Waterlines aims to bridge the gap between research and practice: it encourages papers written by researchers for the benefit of practice and those written by practitioners to inform research and policy. It highlights information sources and promotes debate between different perspectives. Waterlines considers the key challenges facing those in the water and sanitation sector – engineers, health professionals, community development workers, researchers, policy makers – and suggests how these issues may be tackled using affordable, sustainable systems with reference to wider policy and institutional frameworks. 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