|Participatory Impact Monitoring - PIM Booklet 4: The Concept of Participatory Impact Monitoring (GTZ, 1996, 36 p.)|
FAKT the Association for Appropriate Technologies is a church-based non-prot'it consultancy founded in 1986 in Germany. FAKT is engaged in technology transfer and looks for socially and environmentally compatible solutions together with partners from the South. FAKT works in interdisciplinary teams with engineers. economists and social scientists and is specialized in the fields of food technology, water supply supply sanitation. energy supply. hospital technology. vocational training small business promotion. organizational development and participatory project management. FAKT services include planning and accompanying technical projects. evaluations and studies, training programmes. seminars and Question-and-Answer-Service.
Deutsche Gesellschaft fhnische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH
The government-owned GTZ operates in the field of technical cooperation. 2200 German experts are working together with partners from about 100 countries of Africa. Asia and Latin America in projects covering practically every sector of agriculture. forestry. economic development. social services and institutional and material infrastructure The GTZ is commissioned to do this work both by the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany and by other government ant semi-government authorities.
GATE (German Appropriate Technology Exchange), a programme of' the Deutsche Gesellschaft fhnische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH. acts as a centre for the dissemination and promotion of appropriate technologies for developing countries.
The Information and Advisory Service on Appropriate Technology (ISAT), was established as a section of GATE. in 1991. It has at its disposal the full range of services the GTZ offers, and is financed through the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development. ISAT specializes in a large variety of appropriate technologies for developing countries, whereby the technologies that ISAT focusses on principally include those which
help satisfy basic needs'
make efficient and environmentaily sound use of locally available resources.
mobilize existing skills and promote self-help
extend user's scope for action and promote independent action.
ISAT offers its services ¿question-and-answer service. various types of publications and titans) to German development co-operation as well as organizations and individuals in developing countries. Requests for literature and documentation on specific areas of appropriate technology can be addressed to ISAT.
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A Publication of Deutsches Zentrum fwicklungstechnologien
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Eberhard Gohl, economist and sociologist, spent a few years in Turkey, Peru and Bolivia. For eight years, he worked mainly with FAKT, DSE-ZEL and GTZ as a consultant for project management and organisation development. At present, he works as Controller in the German Protestant Churches' funding NGO "Bread for the World".
Dorsi Germann, sociologist and graphic artist, spent four years working in a community development project in Senegal. For the last fourteen years, she has been a consultant on adult education, appropriate technologies, technics of communication and visualization, project management, monitoring and evaluation, organizational development and participatory methods in Africa, Asia and Latin America, mainly working for GTZ and FAKT.
Die Deutsche Bibliothek - CIP-Einheitsaufnahme
Participatory impact monitoring: a publication of Deutsches
Zentrum fwicklungstechnologien - GATE, a division of
the Deutsche Gesellschaft fhnische Zusammenarbeit
(GTZ) GmbH. - Braunschweig; Wiesbaden: Vieweg.
NE: Deutsches Zentrum fwicklungstechnologien <Eschborn>
Booklet 4. The concept of participatory impact monitoring
/ Eberhard Gohl/Dorsi Germann. - 1996
NE: Gohl, Eberhard
The author´s opinion does not necessarily represent the view of the publisher.
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