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Food security: Using the Participatory Evaluation Process in Uganda

A case study about a tool to allow communities to work together and reduce dependency on outside help

2007 Available in English

The aims of the Participatory Evaluation Process (PEP) are to help local churches understand their role in meeting the holistic needs of their communities and equip churches to work with communities to identify and address their needs, largely using local resources that the church and community already possess - reducing dependency on outside help.

This case study shares how a Tearfund partner in Uganda has been helping to start PEP in different communities since 2006. It has allowed local people to put aside differences and work together to improve health and education, the productivity of agriculture, income and optimism for the future.

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