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Author: John Mw Makumbe
ISBN13: 978-0908307500
Title: Participatory Development: Case of Zimbabwe
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Language: English
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Publisher: University of Zimbabwe Publications (March 1997)
Pages: 142

Participatory Development: Case of Zimbabwe by John Mw Makumbe

Makumbe, John Mw. Publication, Distribution, et. Mount Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe. University of Zimbabwe Publications, (c)1996. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Participatory development : the case of Zimbabwe, John Mw. Makumbe.

University of Zimbabwe Publications, Harare, Zimbabwe, 1996. Chapter Four offers five case studies of participatory development in Zimbabwe. For each case, the problem and solution are presented, followed by Makumbe's evaluation of the project, both financially and in terms of participatory development. Overall, the analysis is limited since every case study involved some level of free resources that were not included in determining the viability of the project.

Books by John Mw Makumbe, Participatory development, Democracy and Development in Zimbabwe, Behind the smokescreen, Zimbabwe. Created April 1, 2008.

Makumbe, J. Mw (1996). Participatory Development: The Case of Zimbabwe. Manase, A. & Madhuku, L. (1996) A Handbook on Commercial Law in Zimbabwe 08307-46-2. Intervention in Smallholder Agriculture: Implications for Agricultural Extension in Zimbabwe. Community Development in Pre-Independence Zimbabwe: A Study of Policy with Special Reference to Rural Land. Planning Suburban Service Centres in Harare, Zimbabwe. 0-7974-1363-4 0-77920-01601 978-0-79746-36.

Democracy and Development in Zimbabwe: constraints of decentralization by JOHN MW MAKUMBE Harare: SAPES Books, 1998. MICHAEL BRATTON (a1). Michigan State University. Published online: 26 February 2001. Export citation Request permission.

Behind the Smokescreen by John Mw Makumbe, Daniel Compagnon University of Zimbabwe Publications, Zimbabwe. Democracy and Development in Zimbabwe by John Mw Makumbe Southern Africa Printing & Publishing House, Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe: Survival of a Nation by John Mw Makumbe OSSREA, Ethiopia.

Professor John Makumbe was born in Buhera District, Manicaland Province. He was married to Virginia, and the couple had three children, Simba, Tawanda and Rumbidzai

Insecurity Matrix in Zimbabwe: A case of ward 21 Chivi Rural. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, Vo. 7, N. Gender mainstreaming in Wetland ecosystems and natural resource management:Bridging the gap: Gender and Conservation in Zimbabwe projects,IUCN. Harare: UZ Publications.

Makumbe, John, Mw. (1996) Participatory Development: The Case of Zimbabwe. Harare, Zimbabwe: University of Zimbabwe Publications. 1985) Focus Group Interviews. Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation. Okali, Christine, James Sumberg and John Farrington. London, UK: Intermediate Technology Publications.

Professor John Mudiwa Washe Makumbe was born on 06 May, 1949 in Buhera district, Manicaland province. He died on Sunday, 27 January, 2013 at the Arcadia Medical Centre in Harare. He was 65. The late Professor John Makumbe. Makumbe’s role in the provision of tertiary education at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) cannot be under estimated as most MDC leaders were taught by him. Prof. Makumbe has been lecturing at the UZ since 1988 when he joined the institute as the chairperson of International Studies Project. After completing his high school, Prof. Makumbe enrolled at Mutare Teachers Training School (now Mutare Teachers college) in 1972 where he trained as a teacher. He later enrolled at the University of Botswana/Swaziland where he obtained a . in Administration

"Participatory Development: The Case of Zimbabwe" explores the concept of participatory development in Zimbabwe since 1980. It discusses the local government system which it identifies as the most critical public machinery through which beneficiary participation can take place. The various structures and functions of the local government system are identified and discussed in relation to their contribution to participatory development.