Published in: 2005
This guide is for WaterAid programmes and partners, to help them understand and use community mapping as a participatory development tool.
There is already a considerable amount of experience in participatory techniques within WaterAid. They are being used to great effect in the delivery of basic servicess within both rural and urban projects, using tools such as the sanitation ladder and processes that ensure community managed water supplies, with considerable levels of sustainability and affordability.
These guidelines will assume knowledge of the principles of participatory techniques. They highlight the issues within community mapping that take the use of participatin from an approach used to improve service delivery to one that promotes social change.
Roaf, V. (2005). Community Mapping: A Tool for Community Organising. Guidelines for WaterAid partners..
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