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Details Product: This first paperback edition recounts the drama of a remarkably successful experiment that introduced farmer organization for self-managed development in the largest and most run-down conflict-ridden irrigation system in Sri Lanka and now updates the story to record the author's picture of Gal Oya in 1996. Norman Uphoff draws far reaching conclusions from the Gal Oya project for participatory development and contemporary social science. He documents and analyses the remarkable progress made by farmers, community organizers, officials, researchers and finally policy makers, iteratively forging progressive changes in the midst of ethnic and political strife.
Author: Norman Uphoff
Language: English
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E-book Download Learning from Gal Oya:

Possibilities for Participatory Development and

Post-Newtonian Social Science Full Description


Description E-book Download Learning from Gal

Oya: Possibilities for Participatory Development and


Post-Newtonian Social Science Full Description

This first paperback edition recounts the drama of a remarkably successful

experiment that introduced farmer organization for self-managed development in the

largest and most run-down conflict-ridden irrigation system in Sri Lanka and now

updates the story to record the author's picture of Gal Oya in 1996. Norman Uphoff

draws far reaching conclusions from the Gal Oya project for participatory

development and contemporary social science. He documents and analyses the

remarkable progress made by farmers, community organizers, officials, researchers

and finally policy makers, iteratively forging progressive changes in the midst of

ethnic and political strife.

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