The purpose of the sourcebook article is to provide development professionals and the wider research for development community with concise information on methodologies, approaches and lessons learned. The articles are not intended to provide comprehensive information on the project nor are they intended to serve as project summaries. Typically, one or more aspects of the research, usually an approach, has been highlighted in a source book article. There are some limitations to the articles themselves as the reports and journal articles are often from research that took place three to four years ago and has not been updated.

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