What is it about?

Inclusion of communities in the process of generating information on climate change is critical not only for the improvement of their understanding on the same, but it also determines how effective measures taken to prevent further damage can be.

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Why is it important?

Findings from this research prove that it is instrumental for researchers to adopt participatory methods of data collected in order to bridge the growing gap between research and action especially in the African context, given the variations in literacy levels.


Undertaking this research and writing this article was a great pleasure because it got me out of my comfort zone as an academic and provided me with an opportunity to ‘put the last first’.

Dr. Lillian A. Omondi
Maseno University

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This page is a summary of: Learning together: Participatory rural appraisal for coproduction of climate change knowledge, Action Research, February 2020, SAGE Publications, DOI: 10.1177/1476750320905901.
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