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How to test and evaluate

Abstract : As defined in chapters 2 and 3, participatory approaches can be used to identify water stress-related problems and project goals in order to mitigate the problems. This chapter takes the process further by looking at the participatory testing and evaluation at two levels: mitigation options and specific measures (as specified in Chapter 5). These measures are defined as the different alternatives which are studied when an option is applied. For instance, when applying an option which targets the improvement of irrigation efficiency, the different measures studied could then be: changes toward alternative irrigation technologies, changes in irrigation practices, etc.
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M. Dionnet, K. Daniell, Dominique Rollin, P. Koundouri, P. Bots, et al.. How to test and evaluate. Guidance on water stress mitigation: experiences and inspirations from the AquaStress Integrated Project, pp.91-114, 2008. ⟨hal-02600094⟩



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