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Food security: Improvements through the use of the participatory awakening process (PAP) in Sudan

A case study sharing the economic, social and spiritual differences from using this tool

2008 Available in English

The participatory awakening process (PAP) is a tool to mobilise local churches and communities to design, plan, implement and evaluate their development process. It also empowers communities to identify and use local resources for development.

This short case study shares how Tearfund partner, Across, has found PAP to be a driving force in transforming community livelihoods economically, socially and spiritually in Yei, Sudan.

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