• Goodbye to Projects? Briefing Paper 1: An Overview: Projects and Principles.

      Toner, Anna L.; Franks, Tom R.; Goldman, I.; Howlett, David; Kamuzora, Faustin; Muhumuza, F.; Tamasane, T. (Bradford Centre for International Development, 2004-03)
      This briefing paper reports on research exploring ten detailed case studies of livelihoods-oriented interventions operating in Tanzania, Lesotho, South Africa and Uganda. Analysing these interventions through an audit of sustainable livelihood `principles¿ (as a proxy for best practice) revealed general lessons both about the practical opportunities and challenges for employing sustainable livelihoods approaches to the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development interventions and also about the changing format of development interventions.
    • Goodbye to Projects? Briefing Paper 2: The Application of the SL Principles.

      Goldman, I.; Franks, Tom R.; Toner, Anna L.; Howlett, David; Kamuzora, Faustin; Muhumuza, F.; Tamasane, T. (Bradford Centre for International Development, 2004-03)
      This briefing paper reports on research exploring ten detailed case studies of livelihoods-oriented interventions operating in Tanzania, South Africa, Uganda and Lesotho. As a proxy for best practice, these interventions were analysed through an audit of sustainable livelihood `principles¿. This revealed general lessons about both the practical opportunities and challenges for employing sustainable livelihoods approaches to the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development interventions and also about the changing format of development interventions.
    • Goodbye to Projects? - Briefing Paper 3: The changing format of development interventions.

      Franks, Tom R.; Toner, Anna L.; Goldman, I.; Howlett, David; Kamuzora, Faustin; Muhumuza, F.; Tamasane, T. (Bradford Centre for International Development., 2004-03)
      This briefing paper reports on research exploring ten detailed case studies of livelihoods-oriented interventions operating in Tanzania, South Africa, Uganda and Lesotho. As a proxy for best practice, these interventions were analysed through an audit of sustainable livelihood `principles¿. This revealed general lessons about both the practical opportunities and challenges for employing sustainable livelihoods approaches to the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development interventions and also about the changing format of development interventions.
    • Goodbye to Projects? - Briefing Paper 4: Lessons for the community-based planning interventions.

      Toner, Anna L.; Franks, Tom R.; Goldman, I.; Howlett, David; Kamuzora, Faustin; Muhumuza, F.; Tamasane, T. (Bradford Centre for International Development., 2004-03)
      This briefing paper compares two approaches to community-based planning in Tanzania, South Africa and Uganda. Analysing these interventions through an audit of sustainable livelihood `principles¿ (as a proxy for best practice) reveals general lessons about both the practical opportunities and challenges for employing sustainable livelihoods approaches to the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development interventions and also about the changing format of development interventions.
    • Goodbye to Projects? - Briefing Paper 5: Lessons from the rural livelihoods interventions.

      Kamuzora, Faustin; Franks, Tom R.; Goldman, I.; Howlett, David; Muhumuza, F.; Tamasane, T.; Toner, Anna L. (Bradford Centre for International Development, 2004-03)
      This briefing paper reports on research exploring four detailed case studies of rural livelihoods interventions operating in Tanzania, South Africa and Uganda. Analysing these interventions through an audit of sustainable livelihood `principles¿ (as a proxy for best practice) reveals general lessons about both the practical opportunities and challenges for employing sustainable livelihoods approaches to the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development interventions.
    • Goodbye to Projects? - Briefing Paper 6: Lessons for HIV/AIDS interventions.

      Muhumuza, F.; Tamasane, T.; Goldman, I.; Franks, Tom R.; Toner, Anna L.; Howlett, David; Kamuzora, Faustin (Bradford Centre for International Development., 2004-03)
      This briefing paper reports on research exploring detailed case studies of HIV/AIDS livelihoods-oriented interventions operating in Uganda, Lesotho and South Africa. The interventions were analysed through an audit of sustainable livelihood `principles¿. This revealed general lessons both about the practical opportunities and challenges for employing sustainable livelihoods approaches to the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development interventions and also about the changing format of development interventions.
    • Goodbye to Projects? ¿ A livelihoods-grounded audit of the Sexual Health and Rights Programme (SHARP!) in Southern Africa.

      Tamasane, T.; Marumo, J. (Bradford Centre for International Development, 2003-09)
      Approaches to projects and development have undergone considerable change in the last decade with significant policy shifts on governance, gender, poverty eradication, and environmental issues. Most recently this has led to the adoption and promotion of the sustainable livelihood (SL) approach. The adoption of the SL approach presents challenges to development interventions including: the future of projects and programmes, and sector wide approaches (SWAPs) and direct budgetary support.This paper `A livelihoods-grounded audit of the Sexual Health and Rights Programme (SHARP!) in Southern Africa¿ is the tenth in the series of project working papers.
    • Goodbye to Projects? ¿ A livelihoods-grounded audit of the Training for Environmental and Agricultural Management (TEAM) project in Lesotho.

      Marumo, J.; Tamasane, T.; Goldman, I. (Bradford Centre for International Development, 2003-09)
      Approaches to projects and development have undergone considerable change in the last decade with significant policy shifts on governance, gender, poverty eradication, and environmental issues. Most recently this has led to the adoption and promotion of the sustainable livelihood (SL) approach. The adoption of the SL approach presents challenges to development interventions including: the future of projects and programmes, and sector wide approaches (SWAPs) and direct budgetary support.This paper `A livelihoods-grounded audit of the `Training for Environmental and Agricultural Management (TEAM) project in Lesotho¿ is the eleventh in the series of project working papers.