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The Report on the Status of Pastoralism (ROSP) is an Oxfam GB initiative, designed to improve the quality and accessibility of information on pastoral communities and their livelihoods in the HECA region. The current study has been commissioned to develop a series of ‘lessons learned’ from key research initiatives on poverty and/or marginalized communities, to inform the next stage of the ROSP process. The report begins by locating each report’s research aims and agendas in relation to those of the ROSP, and looking at the ways in which these have informed conceptual frameworks and the defining of research areas.
    COMPARATIVE STUDY FOR THE REPORT ON THE STATUS OF PASTORALISM PROJECT COMMISSIONED BY: OXFAM GB CONSULTANT:  Amrik Heyer 2006   2  Acknowledgements I would particularly like to thank Sarah Gibbons, Kemal Mustapha, Professor Vigdis Broch-Due and Tom Wolf for their useful insights into this report.   3 Glossary  ADB The African Development Bank  AHDR Arctic Human Development Report CBS Central Bureau of Statistics (Kenya) CDD-Ghana Center for Democratic Development, Ghana CEE Central and Eastern European CGB Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation CR Comic Relief DANIDA Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs DFID Department For International Development EA East Africa EPAG Emergency Pastoralists Assistance Group FGD Focus Group Discussion GDG Gudigga Dhaganka Gurtida (Somali Council of Elders) GoK Government of Kenya HDI Human Development Index HDP Human Development Paradigm HDR Human Development Report HH Household IDASA The Institute for Democracy in South Africa IDS Institute of Development Studies IDT International Development Targets ILO International Labour Office ILRI International Livestock Research Institute INGO International Non Governmental Organisation ITDG International Technology Development Group M&E Monitoring and Evaluation MoP&ND Ministry of Planning and National Development (Kenya) MSU Michigan State University Dutch The Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs Norway Norwegian Agency for International Development NGO Non Governmental Organisation NSF The National Science Foundation, US 0PDC Oromia Pastoralist Development Commission OIDC Oxford International Development Centre OWDA Ogaden Welfare Development Association PA Participatory Assessment PARU Poverty Analysis Research Unit PEC Poverty Eradication Commission PSI Pastoralists Special Initiative RBA Rights Based Approaches RPK Resource Projects Kenya SDWG Sustainable Development Working Group (Arctic Council) SID Society for International Development SIDA Swedish International Development Agency SL Sustainable Livelihoods UNDP United Nations Development Programme USAID The United States Agency for International Development WB The World Bank   4 CONTENTS  Acknowledgements Glossary Contents Executive Summary 1. Introduction 1.1 Background 1.2 Purpose of the Assignment 1.3 Report Summaries 1.3 Structure of the Report  2. Research Context: Aims, Agendas, Concepts and definitions 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Aims and Agendas 2.3 Defining the area of research 2.4 Framing Research 2.5 Conclusions 3. Implementing Policy-relevant Research 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Addressing Knowledge gaps 3.3 Comparability: breadth vs depth 3.4 Understanding long-term trends 3.5 Conclusions 4. Institutionalising Evidence-based Policymaking 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Ownership 4.3 Sustainability 4.4 Credibility 4.5 Accessibility 4.6 Conclusions 5. Strengthening Policy Influences 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Stakeholder Sensitization 5.3 Local Voice 5.4 Conclusions 6. Lessons Learned for ROSP  Annexes Annex 1: Bibliography  Annex 2: Report Summaries   Annex 3: Qualifying comments on quantitative surveys  Tables Table 1:  Report Summaries Table 2:  Aims and Agendas Table 3: Organisational Profile Table 4:  Dissemination Avenues Table 5:  Lessons learned  
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