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    RuralInvest - Module 1 - Identification participativedes priorités locales d'investissement
    RuralInvest - Module 1
    2006
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    RuralInvest fut, à l’origine, conçu par le Centre d’investissement de l’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’agriculture et l’alimentation (FAO) afin de mettre à la disposition des utilisateurs une méthode d’approche directe et pratique pour l’identification et la préparation des investissements plus petits que ceux qui sont habituellement considérés dans les guides méthodologiques déjà publiés. La FAO, en collaboration avec l’Institution «Regional Unit for Technical Ass istance» (RUTA) d’Amérique centrale, a ensuite traduit ses premières expériences en une méthodologie et un ensemble d’outils maintenant testés avec succès dans un certain nombre de pays.
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    RuralInvest - Module 1 - Identificatión participativa de prioridades locales de inversión
    RuralInvest - Module 1
    2006
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    El sistema RuralInvest originalmente fue desarrollado por personal del Centro de Inversiones de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Agricultura y la Alimentación (FAO), para satisfacer la demanda de una metodología de fácil utilización dirigida a la identificación y preparación de inversiones de menor cuantía que aquéllas tradicionalmente incluidas en las directrices publicadas. Con la cooperación del programa interinstitucional “Unidad Regional de Asistencia T écnica” (RUTA) en América Central, la FAO, trasladó estas experiencias iniciales a una metodología general y a una serie de herramientas, que han sido probadas en un sinnúmero de países con un éxito considerable.
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    RuralInvest Module 2 - Preparing and using project profiles
    A participatory approach to identifying and preparing small scale rural investments
    2007
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    In recent years, locally designed and managed investment projects have assumed increasing importance as effective tools for sustainable rural development. Supporting local communities to conceive and implement their own projects – whether for income generating activities or for social investments – not only ensures greater ownership and commitment to those projects, but also strengthens the capacity of communities to contribute to and manage their own development. However, the incr easing adoption of this approach by national governments, international financing agencies and rural banks has also highlighted the critical importance of providing adequate support and guidance to national technicians working with communities and other groups in identifying investment needs, defining potential projects, and developing them for external financing. RuralInvest answers this need by offering a series of modules, developed over a number of years and tested extensivel y in the field, which provide such support through a range of materials and training courses, and include technical manuals, custom developed software and instructors’ guides.
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    Document
    RuralInvest - Module 1 - Identification participativedes priorités locales d'investissement
    RuralInvest - Module 1
    2006
    Also available in:

    RuralInvest fut, à l’origine, conçu par le Centre d’investissement de l’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’agriculture et l’alimentation (FAO) afin de mettre à la disposition des utilisateurs une méthode d’approche directe et pratique pour l’identification et la préparation des investissements plus petits que ceux qui sont habituellement considérés dans les guides méthodologiques déjà publiés. La FAO, en collaboration avec l’Institution «Regional Unit for Technical Ass istance» (RUTA) d’Amérique centrale, a ensuite traduit ses premières expériences en une méthodologie et un ensemble d’outils maintenant testés avec succès dans un certain nombre de pays.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Document
    RuralInvest - Module 1 - Identificatión participativa de prioridades locales de inversión
    RuralInvest - Module 1
    2006
    Also available in:

    El sistema RuralInvest originalmente fue desarrollado por personal del Centro de Inversiones de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Agricultura y la Alimentación (FAO), para satisfacer la demanda de una metodología de fácil utilización dirigida a la identificación y preparación de inversiones de menor cuantía que aquéllas tradicionalmente incluidas en las directrices publicadas. Con la cooperación del programa interinstitucional “Unidad Regional de Asistencia T écnica” (RUTA) en América Central, la FAO, trasladó estas experiencias iniciales a una metodología general y a una serie de herramientas, que han sido probadas en un sinnúmero de países con un éxito considerable.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Document
    RuralInvest Module 2 - Preparing and using project profiles
    A participatory approach to identifying and preparing small scale rural investments
    2007
    Also available in:

    In recent years, locally designed and managed investment projects have assumed increasing importance as effective tools for sustainable rural development. Supporting local communities to conceive and implement their own projects – whether for income generating activities or for social investments – not only ensures greater ownership and commitment to those projects, but also strengthens the capacity of communities to contribute to and manage their own development. However, the incr easing adoption of this approach by national governments, international financing agencies and rural banks has also highlighted the critical importance of providing adequate support and guidance to national technicians working with communities and other groups in identifying investment needs, defining potential projects, and developing them for external financing. RuralInvest answers this need by offering a series of modules, developed over a number of years and tested extensivel y in the field, which provide such support through a range of materials and training courses, and include technical manuals, custom developed software and instructors’ guides.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Document
    RuralInvest - Module 1 - Identification participativedes priorités locales d'investissement
    RuralInvest - Module 1
    2006
    Also available in:

    RuralInvest fut, à l’origine, conçu par le Centre d’investissement de l’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’agriculture et l’alimentation (FAO) afin de mettre à la disposition des utilisateurs une méthode d’approche directe et pratique pour l’identification et la préparation des investissements plus petits que ceux qui sont habituellement considérés dans les guides méthodologiques déjà publiés. La FAO, en collaboration avec l’Institution «Regional Unit for Technical Ass istance» (RUTA) d’Amérique centrale, a ensuite traduit ses premières expériences en une méthodologie et un ensemble d’outils maintenant testés avec succès dans un certain nombre de pays.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Document
    RuralInvest - Module 1 - Identificatión participativa de prioridades locales de inversión
    RuralInvest - Module 1
    2006
    Also available in:

    El sistema RuralInvest originalmente fue desarrollado por personal del Centro de Inversiones de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Agricultura y la Alimentación (FAO), para satisfacer la demanda de una metodología de fácil utilización dirigida a la identificación y preparación de inversiones de menor cuantía que aquéllas tradicionalmente incluidas en las directrices publicadas. Con la cooperación del programa interinstitucional “Unidad Regional de Asistencia T écnica” (RUTA) en América Central, la FAO, trasladó estas experiencias iniciales a una metodología general y a una serie de herramientas, que han sido probadas en un sinnúmero de países con un éxito considerable.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Document
    RuralInvest Module 2 - Preparing and using project profiles
    A participatory approach to identifying and preparing small scale rural investments
    2007
    Also available in:

    In recent years, locally designed and managed investment projects have assumed increasing importance as effective tools for sustainable rural development. Supporting local communities to conceive and implement their own projects – whether for income generating activities or for social investments – not only ensures greater ownership and commitment to those projects, but also strengthens the capacity of communities to contribute to and manage their own development. However, the incr easing adoption of this approach by national governments, international financing agencies and rural banks has also highlighted the critical importance of providing adequate support and guidance to national technicians working with communities and other groups in identifying investment needs, defining potential projects, and developing them for external financing. RuralInvest answers this need by offering a series of modules, developed over a number of years and tested extensivel y in the field, which provide such support through a range of materials and training courses, and include technical manuals, custom developed software and instructors’ guides.

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