Farmer Feedback and Community of Practice Workshop Guide for Assessing the Performance of Planned Comparisons
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Anne Kuria, Leigh Winowiecki, Esther Kiura, John Nyaga, Christine Magaju. (1/1/2018). Farmer Feedback and Community of Practice Workshop Guide for Assessing the Performance of Planned Comparisons. Nairobi, Kenya: World Agroforestry Center (ICRAF).
The main objective of this farmer feedback and community of practice workshop guide is to provide community facilitators and enumerators with a check-list of questions that they can use to elicit farmers’ feedback on the performance of the various Planned Comparisons (PCs) in terms of what worked and what didn’t work (how’s and why’s); as well as to discuss the potential impacts of the land restoration options on their livelihoods and suggestions on how to improve the performance of the options. This guide will also shed light on the criteria that farmers use to assess the performance of land restoration options, the organizations/ projects implementing the technologies, and also their own self-evaluation. It is expected that discussions originating from this exercise will not only provide insights on how to best improve on the performance of the land restoration options but also enhance the sense of ownership of the technologies by the farmers.