A Resource book for Gram Panchayats, Grassroots NGOs and Development Administration 2007


The Resource Book is an attempt to help the Gram Panchayats development administration and grassroots NGOs to initiate participatory planning hand in hand with the poorest of the poor. The Report also helps the trainers to undertake capacity building programmes for formulating and implement the need-based plans. This Report will be useful for PRIs especially the Ward Members, Sarpanches, Chairpersons of Panchayati Samities, zilla Parishad Members, Member of Parliaments and Legislative Assemblies in preparation of participatory micro planning with services on gender and equitable growth.

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