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Villagers Participation in Citizen Charter National Priority Programme of Rural Development Projects, Afghanistan

Rasooli Nawid

Titre : Villagers Participation in Citizen Charter National Priority Programme of Rural Development Projects, Afghanistan

Auteur : Rasooli Nawid

Université de soutenance : Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences

Grade : Master in Management of Development, Specialization Rural Development, Food and Nutrition Security 2019

Résumé
The participation of people in planning and implementation is believed to contribute to the relevance of development projects and the empowerment of local people. MRRD needs knowledge on people participation in the rural development project. The objective of this research was to assess villagers’ participation toward CCNPP rural development projects by current review of villagers’ participation in rural development projects in Guldara district of Kabul province, Afghanistan to provide recommendation to MRRD on improving villagers’ participation in development projects. Further, it was to recommend to NAEC for inclusion of participation /facilitation module in their curriculum. A case study was done through purposive sampling by using semi-structured interviews with key informants, villagers’ and three Focus Group Discussion. The study found out that villagers’ participation in CCNPP rural development projects were interactive and villagers involved in the decision-making, monitoring, and evaluation of rural development projects. While women’s participation in the rural development project was low due to the traditional norms of villages. It was revealed that the youth generation was very enthusiastic to participate in rural development projects. The role of facilitator was crucial to encourage villagers to participate in rural development projects. Based on the findings, the study recommends MRRD and NAEC to diverse strategies like employing females and inclusion of facilitation module by NAEC ; establishment of women CDC by CCNPP. For sustainability CCNPP to encourage youth generation to take initiatives to participate in rural development projects. It was evident that religious scholars can play an important role for inclusion of women in rural development projects

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