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Title: Report on the meeting of the advisory committee of the Population Council/FSSP Case Studies Project, New York City, April 29-30, 1985
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Table of Contents
    Introduction
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Apendix A1 - Matrix: Expressions of interest
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
    Apendix A2 - Addesses of case study proposals
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
    Apendix A3 - Summary of characteristics
        Page 14
    Apendix B - List of case studies selected by the advisory committee
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
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May 29, 1985

REPORT ON THE MEETING OF
THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
OF THE POPULATION COUNCIL/FSSP CASE STUDIES PROJECT
NEW YORK CITY, April 29-30, 1985
Hilary Feldstein and Susan Poats




On April 29, 1983 the Advisory Committee met to consider the
Expressions of Interest received in response to their request for case
material. Those present were: H.C. "Skip" Bittenbender, Kathleen
Cloud, Nadine Horenstein, Catherine McKeee, Rosalie Norem, Pauline
Peters, Federico Poey, Hilary Feldstein, Judith Bruce, Susan Poats,
Cornelia Flora. In the absence of Frank Conklin, David Nygaard and
Mary Rojas, Mead Cain of the Population Council agreed to review the
Expressions of Interest and participate in selecting cases to be
written.

By April 15, 72 submissions had been received: 35 from Africa, 18
from Asia, 12 from Central America, South America and the Caribbean,
four from the Middle East, two from Europe, and one from the United
States. This was a much larger number than was expected. The entries
ranged fom ones which met the project's minimum expectations, i.e. the
disaggregation of data by gender and the incorporation of gender
variables into the research design, to data sets which were unrelated
to further research or interventions or to projects in which gender
issues were weakly acknowledged. The first fifty were sorted into "To
Be Considered", "Maybe", and "No" categories.. Those in the "To Be
Considered" category were sent to the full committee and a principal
reviewer was assigned to each; "Maybes" were sent to a principal
reviewer and two other readers; copies of all the submissions were
sent to Susan Poats and Judith Bruce. A matrix giving the
characteristics of the Expressions of Interest and a summary are given
in Appendix A.

Each member of the committee was asked to rank the cases as
follows: 3 for best 3 cases; 2 for good cases which might work; and 1
for everything else. In view of the number of strong proposals the
committee decided that more than the three originally funded should.be
selected and funds sought to support training and release time for the
additional case writers. The "To Be Considered" list was augmented by
some late additions and more information on two Maybes. The committee
then voted on the first list and identified six cases to be written
up. Their authors were to be invited to a training workshop in early
June and were to be awarded $3000 for writing up the cases according
to the agreed upon format. An additional five were identified as
interesting but incomplete with follow up by Feldstein and Poats to
determine whether the authors should be invited to the case writers'
'training workshop and if additional funding could be found. These are
listed Appendix B.


The committee then went on to suggest general and specific










questions to be raised with the authors and to discuss the format and
content of the training workshop. It was also agreed that everyone
who submitted an Expression of Interest should receive a copy of the
matrix and list of addresses of other respondents, a copy of an
announcement of a conference on Gender Roles in FSR/E to be held at
the University of Florida in February 1986, and a copy of the case
study format.

Finally, the Committee agreed that Poats, Feldstein, and Bruce
should develop proposals covering a range of activities in response to
the strong interest in the project represented by the Expressions of
Interest. Specifically these included the possibilities of regional
training workshops on intra-household dynamics and FSR/E and on case
study writing, a methodologies paper or book, and materials
development on the issues of home gardens and meat/milk questions in
livestock projects.

Since the meeting of the Advisory Committee, the cases which were
not selected have been notified and materials sent. A proposal has
been developed for the expansion of the case studies to eight, for
further materials development (methodologies workbook,
meat/milk/livestock, and home gardens), regional workshops, training
for trainers and two additional meetings of the Advisory Committee.

The workshop for case study writers will be held June 9-12 at
Briarwood Conference Center, Monument Beach, Massachussetts. A full
report will be made following the workshop.



Attachments


Appendix A: (1) Matrix: Expressions of Interest
(2) Addresses of Case Study Proposals
(3) Summary of characteristics
Appendix B: List of case studies selected by the Advisory Committee







cc: All Advisory Committee IHH/FSR/E
K. McKee, Ford Foundation
W. Morse, USAID/S&T
D. Osburn, USAID/S&T


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MATRIX: EXPRFSSI1S OF INTEREST RFIVED AS
C-TTI) BY REICN AND (OWNIRY


OF APRIL 22,1985


RPTiTC
W.Africa
W.Africa
W.Africa
W. Africa
W. Africa
W. Africa
W. Africa
W.Africa
W.Africa
W. Africa
W. Africa
W. Africa
W. Africa
W. Africa
W.Africa
W.Africa
W.Africa
W. Africa
W.Africa
W.Africa
W.Africa
W.Africa
W.Africa


CIJNTRY

BurkinaF
BurkinaF

BurldnaF
D-irkinaF
PrldkirnF
BurkinaF
Cameroon
Cameroon
Gambia+

Ghana

Ghana
Glina


Ivory C.
Liberia
hli
Niger
Nigeria
Nigeria
Senegal
Senegal
Sierrale


DISCIPLINE TYPE


NO. PI=ucr ITIU~NS u N
3 IncomJ&Investbent indep
5 FSU/SATURAD SFGRAD/Purdue
22 Volta Valley Auth. host/Purdue
35 FSU/SAFIRAD SAFGRAD/Purdue
57 Fulbe Resettle Research
69 ESR/UV indep/Purdue
2 Diannre District indep.+
25 Sodccoton host/Ttufts/UA
53 CambiaR.Basin MVG/CGRED
13 Grains developmentt host/CMNffR/CSU
32 Extension, Aslhanti host/U.S./indep
65 Canmin.ty Farms/GATAS hostNChs
66 PolygamousFam. Study hostNGD
67 CARPkPP III MnFin/EFIE
63 Yam3,Baoule host/CIRAD(Fi)
59 ModelProfitHousing indep
48 Applied ROD host/rT Amster
23 RangeLivest. Tufts/lost
15 Oyo State, Alley Fmg. IICA/host
47 Canpound Farming IlTA/host
12 Nematode protection host/ORStI4
61 Rice,ADRAO ADRAO & host
44 Adaptive Crop RE 'host/S.U.&LSU


W.Africa SierraLe 70 Land Use Planning


STAGE TIMFRAME KIND


CASE WRUIER
Saul
Sibiri
MilUan
Nagy
Sowers
Singh
Salinger
Sa'Adat
Carney
Bruce
Obeng
Adega
Addy
Dapaah
Doumbia
Par tosik
Vierstra
Faulkidngham
Okali
Walker
Mbaye
FaVe-Gaye
Vernu


Anthr.
Econ.
Anthr.
Ag.Econ.
Geog.
Econ.
Econ.
Ag.Econ.
Geog.
Ag.Econ
Agron.
CocDvlptWkr
Educ
Ag.Econ
Agron.
RurTechFxt
multi
Anthr.
Soc.
Anth/AgEcon
Agron.
Agron.
Ext.iEd


Research Diag
FSR Diag/Test
Settl.SchEval
FSR Dia/T/Ev
Res/FSR Diag
FSR Completed
FSR rel Diag
FSR Diag
Res/FR Diag
FSR Eval/Ext
Extens. Eval/Ext
ConDvlpt Test/Eval
ConDvlpt Test/Eval
FSR rel Diag
FSR rel Diag
CanDvlpt Test
FSR Test/Eval
Research Diag
FSR Eval
FSR res Diag
FSR rel Test
FSR Diag/Test
FSR rel Ext
Planning


tl983-85
b.1978
t1979,83
b.1978
t1982-83
t1979-81
t1979-82
unclear
f1984
current
t1977-79
tl933-88
tl980-
t1993-90
unclear
bl934
tl979-?86
t1l934-8
t1978-85
b1935
tl93A-89?
t1983-87
tl98-46


Incoae
Crop/SC
Crop
Crop/SC
CropLvst
Crop
Crop
Crop
Crop
Crop
Crop/Ext
CropTree
Crop +
Mixed
Crop
Housing
Crop
Lvst
Lvst/AF
Crop/HI
Pest
Crop
Mixed


indep/FAO/host Carloni Soc.














NO. S CRIP N /
3 incomesexpend.surveys arong the Bobo
5 diagn.farm constraints,testing of tie-ridging on camronnwm. fields
22 changes in settlmnt.schmee;rej.of orig.pkg,reintro.tradit.',wa.fields
35 farmer&res.mngd.trials on tied ridging
57 research on group herder/farmer families
69 Diagn.of farming systems inVolta Valley w/intensive hh data
2 production surveys 71hh.No.Cameroon, sorgh.&cott
25 intro.techn for cott/food prod ign.diff.roles won.two area
53 research on households&farming systems
13 breeding & agron.trials on mnize production
32 vill.level ext.workers to intro.new practices; 1/3 coop.farmers wanen
65 local NGO proj,for community farms & cottage industries
66 local N(0 proj.for study of effect.polyg.families on agric.prod.
67 FSR/E in 3 areas for improvements in crops,livestock&fishiiig
63 study of farming systems in yam production anong Baule
59 design of nodel profit housing for low incane rural people
48 FSR type project which includes 'farm counseling'; numerous intervent.
23 intens.diagn.oflivestodk&nixed farming groups
15 Icguiinous browse prod. for crops/livest w/spec.attn.uan.role sn.runrin
/47 study of ccapound/hanestead farm as fanning system
12 testing of horse drawn sterilizer against nematodes
61 FSR/E w/rice farming irrig.systems
44 national project of RE w/joint use male ext,ferale home econ.
70 eval. of land use planning in upland areas






INSITIUTION CASE WRITER DISCUPLTNE TYPE


18 CARE/Sinya Project ForD/NCO/ICRAF
71 On-Farms Grain Storageindep


E.Africa
E.Africa
E.Africa
E. Africa
E.Africa
E.Africa
E.Africa
S.Africa
S.Africa
S.Africa
S. A rica
Asia
Asia
Asia

Asia
Asia

Asia
Asia
Asia
Asia
Asia
Asia
Asia
Asia
Asia
Asia
Asia

Asia
Asia
Asia


Asia
Asia
Asia
&ia3


Kenya
Kenya
Sudan
Tanzania
Tanzania
Tanzania
Tanzania
3otswana
Botsana
Malawi
Zambia
Panglad.
BangLnd.
India
Indonesia
Indonesia
Nexpal
Paldstan
FhiLipp.
Fhilipp.
Fhilipp.
Fhilipp.
Philipp.
Philipp.
Philipp.
SriTanka
SriLanka
Thailand


46 So.Kordofan
31 Kigcna
38 Banana,Coffee
50 Kigarn
68 Morogoro FSR
24 ATIP
51 ATIP
33 WIADP
14 ARPT/CentrProv
39 Techn.Adopt.&Diff.
45 Cropping Systems Res
52 Energy Study
43 ACI.MM, Java
56 Tropsoils
8 National FS Program
17 RD Punjab
9 L.Balinsasayao
10 Calminoe,Settlnemnt
26 Leyte/FSDP-EV
42 FSDP-EV
54 FSRD-Bicol
55 FSDP-EV
64 Iloilo
27 Peradeniya
36 Kandy Forest Gardens
7 DokKamtai


lSU/CID/indep


indep/host
host/indep/IFPR
host/IDRC
indep
host/KSU
indep/host
host/UIll
indepw/various
host
host
host/indep
host/lTHaw,NCSU
host/IATr
host/indep
host
host
host/Cornell
host
host
host
IRRI
U.Perideniya
UCBkly/host
host


Rocheleau
Migot/Pala
Michael
Mobnday
Tibaijuka
Loft
Mtoi/TarinT
Sullivan
Baler
Spring
C3baala/Nguiru
Ahmed
Ialim
Mittal
Hubeis & M
Sigran, Colfer
Singh
Jaifri
Wollenbcrg
Fujisaka
Belsky/Sieb.
Villanueva
Bolo et al
Alcober
ChapTan
Sangakkara
Everett
Piampiti


Geography
Soc/Anthr.
Anthr.
Ag.Fcon
Econ
Poli.Sci
AgEcon/Agro
Ag.Econ
Ag.Econ
Anthr.
AgEcon/VobEd
Ag.Econ
Ag.Econ
Eng
Anthr/AgEco
AgDvl/Anthr
Agron.
Anthr.
Anthr/AF
Anthr.
Soc/EcAgron
Agron.
Mixed*
Ext.Ed
Ag.Econ
Agron.
Ag.For
Soc.-Daog


unclear
t1931-87
t83-2009
t193-84
tl92-86
tl983-89
t1982-88
tl975-80
t1985-87
b1985
t1982-87


host/AVRfC Issariyanukula Ag.Fon


FSR rel .All,dep t19+-89
FSR rel
FSR Diag t1980-85
Research Diag b1985
Ag.Dvlpt Eval t1977-85
Res/FSR Eval t1976-82
FSR Test tl984-7
FSR Diag/Test t1982-87
FSR Diag,Test t1932-87
FSR rel Completed tl981-83
FSR Test t1980-85
Research?Diag/Eval unclear
FSR Diag/Test t1983-87
Research Diag unclear
WanProj Completed t1979-82?
F3R Test/Diag t1982-89
FSR All t1976-85


Research Rej
FSR rel Ext & oth
Research Diag
FSR rel Diag/Des
FSR Ext/Adopt
FSR Diag
FSR Eval/Ext
FSR Completed
Ag.Dvlpt Diag
Research Diag
FSR Ext


AgrFor


Lvst
Crop
Crop
Crop
Crop
Crop
Crop
Crop
Crop
Crop
Crop
Enrgy/Ag
H.Gdns
SC
Crop
Crop
Crop/AF
Crop/AF
Crop/SC
Crop
CropLvst
Crop
Crop
Crop
For.Gdns
CropLvst


STAGE TITMEFPME KIND


PmCON (INTRY NO. PMOJ=T


FSR Test/Eval current Gardens


Thailand 60 Bangpai Gardens






NO. IESCRIPICN
18 districtNGD ccmn.scale conserv.efforts in supp.farm-level improvements
71 research on priorities&constraints of women in on-farm grain storage
46 res.on wcm.role livestock leading to incl.milk prod.in eval.
31 policy study of constraints to food production
38 banana,coffee improvem.program
50 farm mnnageent survey tracking effects of IRD Project
68 FSR/E in 2 areas working w/cassava,pineapple,nmize,sorghu~,legumes
24 FSR/E of dryland agric/livest.system
51 FSR/E on improving arable techn; size percentage fem.headed hh.
33 action research to improve wom.roles agric.prod incl.on-farm testing
14 FSR type project w/testing varieties to ease won.labor constraint
39 study of soc-ec., biotic&agron.factors aff.farming systenr
45 multilocation testing of new techn.
52 research on family & agric. energy requirements
43 det.of factors aff.nw.direct&hame prod.result.in home garden proj.
56 time.alloc.study transnrg.families to det. soil conserv.&mngmt pract.
8 on-farm R&E 7 sites, comn.level grazing; wmaen exten. officers
17 rej.of HYV wheat in community w/high out migration rnles
9 res.&testing in govt.forest area w/mbrs of farm families
10 migrant swidden agric. settlers & erosion control
26 research on lowland rice fmrs using upland nmrginal lands
42 FSR to identify appropriate rainfed agric.techn.
54 IER/E on improving cropping & livestock systems in six provinces
55 intro.of cropping practices to improve soil conserv.&fertility
64 Cropping systems research, rice
27 testing of growing short term legumes b/rice crops w/farm families
'36 study of forest gardens incl.ecolog.& soc.constraints of farm families
7 FSR project w/uneven effect on labor distrib. w/i household
60 dingn.of constraints & test.techn. of family gardening systems






,NSTUITON CASE WRITER DISCIPLINE TYPE


Caribbean Jarn/DcnR
Caribbean St.Lucia
C. Aterica CostaRica
C.Anerica CostaRica
C.MAmrica Honduras
C.Arnerica Honduras
C.Anerica ~xico
C.Arerica Mexico
C.Anerica Mexico
S. Anrica Chile
S.America Colanbia
S.Anmerica Ecuador
Europe Netherl.
Europe Netherl.
Mid.Fast Egypt
Mid.East Egypt
Mid.Fast Israel
MIid.East Syria
U.S. U.S.


21 Soil Conserv.w/wann
1 Maboua Valley
4 Snall Farm R&D
19 Guapiles
20 HARP Agric.Res.Proj.
49 Deronst.Ctrs
28 Tabasco,Thaxcala HG
29.1 Tiaxcala
30 Veracruz.Lvst
29.2 Model Organic Farm
6 Colombia
11 Experim.Farms,Izamba
40 Survival Strategies
41 Canparison2 gen.wamen
16 Irrigation project
62 CerealsImpProj
34 Irrig.&FarmerStrategy
58 Aleppo/income
37 No.Carolina


host CaOney
CARDI/host C0ase
ind/NOG/CATIE/ Bradfield
host/CATTE Sepulveda
host/ SU Harper
host Dulin/Zuniga
host/USantaCru Gliessman
host/UCerkeley Altieri
host Aluja
host/lCBerkeley Altieri
CIAT/IFDC/host Ashby
INGO/host Coffey
indep Saners
indep Hobbelink
CID/CSU Knop
host/CID BrIon ,
indep Lees(


ICARDA
NCSU/Ext


Rassamn
Schulmnu


Soc./rion Ext/FSR Eval/Ext
Ec Anthr. FSR Diag
Anthr. FSR rel Diag
Ag.Econ FSR Eval
Ag.Econ FSR rel Test
Soc.Com DerCtrExtExt
PlantEcolog Research Diag/Test
Fntcmolog. FSR rel Diag/Test
AnimSci/AgE FSR rel Diag/Test
Emtomolog. Exp.Farm Eval
Dvlp.Soc. FSR Test/Eval
Soc/AgdFuc FSR rel Test/Eval
Anthr. Research Diag
Anthr. Research Diag
Soc/ExtEd FSR rel Completed
unclear Ag.Dvlpt Test/Eval
Anthr. Research Diag
Soc. FSR rel Diag


Soc.


FSR Ext


fin/b1979 SC/IRD
t198-S6 Crop
b.1983 Cr/Pest
tl192-85+ CropLvst
tl1,2-84 Crop
b194? Crop/Mix
longterm H.Gdns
t1983-S9 Crop
tl981-88 Lvst
tl984-89 Crop
t192-58 Crop
current Mixed
b1985 Mixed
b1979 Mixed
tl977-94 Irr/Crop
tl980-86 Crop
b1985 Irr/Cr
t1985-86 Cropfech
tl931-85 Crop


hEY TO "KIND" OF PREJET
AF: Agroforestry
Lvst: Livestock
SC: Soil Conservation
1T: Hoae Gardens
IRD: Integrated Rural Developnent
'IFE: numbers represent order of receipt


Ext:
CD:
h-ch:
Irr:
Pest:


Extension
Community development
Mechanization
Irrigation
Pest Control


RTION CCTWIRY NO. PRiLT,


STAGE TIMBFRAM KIND






'D. LSCJPIFTION
21 comp.2soil conserv.proj.w/wanen w/integrated program incl.hilth,cred.
1 diagn. of 3 agro-ecol. niches w/diverse socio-econ.charnat.
4 ethnog. descript & farm records 6 hh; exper.in integ.pesz mngmt.
19 gen.&eval.2 techn.pkgs for sn.farms w/changes in familyy shares"
20 institut.FSR in nati instit.
49 demonstration centers for educ.&consolid.farm families
28 study of ecol.&cult.ccmponents in mngmt.hone gardens
29.1 diagn.corn yields, role trees mixed farming systems
30 proj. to increase meat&ndilk prod. on multiple crop farms
29.2 nodel farm to encourage sn.fmr.self-sufficiency
6 eval.of on-farm testing,fmr mngd tests; won's eval.on consumpt,budget
1 sm.scale NG0 project intro.new technol. to farmers
40 id.of homogeneous groups fanners&survival strategies to det.extens.
41 ccrp.two gener.farm wanen
16 client/family oriented R&E after intro.irrig.
62 RME to inc.prod.wheat,barley,maize,sorgh.forages,food legumes
34 irrig.&fanily farming strategies in diff.cormmunities
58 research on potent.income effects on hh w/intro mech.legume harvesting
37 on-farm trials w/sn.scale farmers & paraprof.ext.workers





A rp,




1. Vasantha Malliha Chase
CARDI
P.OL Box 971
Castires, Saint Lucia
West Indies
(Economic Anthropology)

2. Dr. Lynn Salinger
c/o Malcolm J. Purivs
USAID/Rabat
Morocco
(Economics)

3. Mahir Saul
University of Illinois
109 Davenport Hall
607 South Mathews Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801
(Anthropology)

4. "Dr.Stillman Bradfield
De apartment of Sociology
and Anthropology
Kalamazoo College
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
(Anthropology)

5. Sawadogo Sibiri
IBRAZ
B.P. 7192
Ouagadougou
Burkina Faso
(Economics)

6. Dr. Jacqueline A. Ashby
IFDC/CIAT Phosphorus Project
CIAT
Apartado Aereo 6713
Cali, Colombia
(Development Sociology)

7. Dr. Suwanlee Piampiti
School of Applied Statistics
National Institute of Development
Administration
Klongjan, Bangkapi
Bangkok 10240, Thailand
(Social Demography)


,'e1 3o (??,




8. B.K. Singh
C.S. Agronomist
IADS/ICP/Nepal
P.O. Bos 1336
Kathmandu, Nepal
(Agronomy)


9. Eva Wollenberg
University Research Center
Silliman University
Dumaguete City 6501
Philippines
(Anthropology, Agro Forestry)

10. J. Samuel Fujisaka
IRRI-ECON
P.O. Box 933
Manila, Philippines
(Anthropology)

11. David M. Coffey
Associate Professor
Department of Agriculture
Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
(Sociology, Agric. Education)

12. Djibril Mbaye
Project Nematicide
DG.Sodeva
BP 3234
Dakar, Senegal
(Agronomy)

13. Kwasi Bruce
Department of Agricultural and
Natural Resource Economics
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523
(Agricultural Economics)

14. Charles Chabala
Robert G. Naciru
1109 S 6 ru 6St. :2
Chkapm5 IL 61801
(Agricultural Economics)
(Vocational Education)









15. Christine Okali
African Studies Center
Boston University
270 Bay State Road
Boston, MA 02215
(Sociology)

16. Drs. Ed and Sheila Knop
Department of Sociology
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523
(Sociology)
(Extension Education)


23. Ralph H. Faulkingham
Department of Anthropology
Machmer Hall
University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA 01003
(Anthropology)


24. Gregory Sullivan
Department of Agricultural
202 Comer Hall
Auburn University
Auburn University, Alabama
(Agricultural Economics)


17. Naveed-i-Rahat Jaafri
19-D Park Village
University of Sussex
Brighton, BNI 9RD
Sussex, UK
(Anthropology)

18. Dianne E. Rocheleau
ICRAF
P.O. Box 30677
Nairobi, Kenya
( Geography )
19. Sergio Sepulveda
Departamento de Produccion Animal
CATIE
Turrialba, Costa Rica
(Agricultural Economics)

20. Wilmer M. Harper
Honduras Agric. Research Project ,,
New Mexico State University
P.O. Box 3567
Las Cruces, New Mexico 88003-3567
(Agricultural Economics)

21. Elsa M. Chaney
7215 Windsor Lane
Hyattsville, MD 20782
(Sociology, Economics)

22. Della McMillan
Department of Anthropology
470 Grinter Hall
University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida 32611
(Anthropology)


25. Yasmin Rita Sa'Adat
375 Harvard St. #13A
Cambridge, MA 02138
(Agricultural Economics)

26. Jill M. Belsky and Stephen M. Siebert
c/o Department of Rural Sociology
Cornell University
Warren Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
(Sociology)
(Economics, Agronomy)

27. Dr. U.R. Sangakkara
Department of Crop Science
Fac ulty of Agriculture
University of Peradeniya
Peradeniya, Sri Lanka
(Agronomy)

28. Dr. Stephen R. Gliessman
Agroecology P.rgoram-Farm Project
Environmental Studies
University of California
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
(Plant Ecology)

29. Miguel A. Altieri (2) JB58
College of Natural Resources
University of California
1050 San Pablo Avenue
Albany, CA 94706
(Entomology)

30. Andres Aluja
Apartado Postal 136
C.I.E.E.G.T.
Martinez de la Torre
Estado de Veracruz, 93600 Mexico
(Animal Science, Agric. Economics)


Economics

36849-42-1










31. Dr. E.A. Monday
ESAMI
P.O. Box 3030
Arusha, Tanzania
(Agricultural Economics)

32. Dr. Henry Obeng
Department of Agronomy
Iowa State University
Ames, Iowa 50011
(Agronomy)

33. Anita Spring
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
2121 GPA
University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida 32611
(Antrhopology)

34. Susan H. Lees
Department of Anthropology
Hunter College
695 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10021

35.: Joseph G. Nagy
Agricultural Economist
SAFGRAD/Farming Systems Unit
Box 1783
Ougadougou, Gurkina Faso
(Agricultural Economics)

36. Ms. Yvonne Everett
Department of Forestry
University of California
122 Mulford Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720

37. Dr. Michael D. Schulman
Department of Sociology
North Carolina State University
P.O. Box 8107
Raleigh, North Carolina 2795-8107
(Sociology)

38. Anna K. Tiabijuka
Economic Research Bureau
University of Dar es Salaam
P.O. Box 35096
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
(Economics)


39. Dr. Mushtaq Ahmed
Momtaz House
67 Dhanmandi Ra
Raod #4
Dhaka 5, Bangladesh
(Agricultural Economics)


40. Bernadette Maria Somers
Department of Extension Education
"De Leeuwenborch"
Hollandseweg 1
6706 KN Wageningen, Netherlands
(Anthropology)

41. Ans Hobbelink
Department of Extension Education
"De Leeuwenborch"
Hollandseweg 1
6706 KN Wageningen, Netherlands
(Anthropology)

42. M.R. Villanueva
Farming Systems Development Project
Eastern Visayas
Viasyas State College of Agriculture
Leyte, Philippines 7127-A
(Agronomy)

43. Mrs. Aida Vitayala Hubeis S
Mr. Sjafri Mangkuprawira
Gunung Batu 81
Bogor, Indonesia
(Anthropology)
(Agricultural Economics)

44. Dr. Satish Verma
Department of Extension
Louisaiana State University
111 Knapp Hall
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803-1909
(Extension Education)

45. Dr. Abdul Halim
Dr. S. M. Altaf Hossain
Graduate Training Institute (GTI)
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Mymensingh, Bangladesh
(Agricultural Economics)









46. Ms. Barbara J. Michael
Department of Anthropology
University of Kansas
Lawrence, Kansas 66045
(Anthropology)

47. Dr. Natalie D. Hahn
Judith M. Walker
IITA, Oyo Road
PMB 5320
Ibadan, Nigeria
(Anthropology)
(Agricultural Economics)


48. G.A. Vierstra
Koninklijk Instituut Voor De Tropen
63 Mauritskade
1092 AD Amsterdam
Netherlands
JSocial Anthropology)
or c/o M. Paul Kleene
s/c IRRT
BP 1694
Bamako, Mali
(Agricultural Economics)
49. Mr. Paul Dulin & Ms. Melba Zuniga
UNISA
Edificio Alonzo
2do. Piso No. 7
Tegucigalpa, D.C., Honduras
(Social Communication)

50. Dr. Michael Loft
IFPRI
1776 Massachusetts Avenue
Washington, DC 20036
(Political Science)

51. Doyle Baker
Gaborone, Botswana ID
Department of State
Washington, D.C. 20523
(Agricultural Economics)

52. Dr. J.P. Mittal, Project Coordinator
Energy Requirements in Agric. Sector
College of Agricultural Engineering
Punjab Agricultural University
Luhiana, 141004 (PB), India
(Engineer)


53. Ms. Judith A. Carney
Department of Geography
Earth Sciences Building
Berkeley, CA 94720
(Geography)

54. Mr. Inocencio C. Bolo
Rainfed Rsources Development Project
Ministry of Agriculture and Food
San Agustin, Pili, Camarines Sur 4730
Philippines
(Group of 3 agronomists, 3 agriculture
economists, and 1 economist)

55. Dr. Dolores L. Alcober
Farming Systems Development Project-
Eastern Visayas
Visayas State College of Agriculture
ViSCA, Leyte 7127-A
Philippines
(Extension Education)

56. Dr. Vickie A. Sigman
Dr. Carol Colfer
College of Tropical Agriculture
Gilmore Hall 202
3050 Maile Way
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822
(Agricultural Development)
(Anthropologist)

57. Mr. Frederick W. Sowers
1179 Dolores Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
(Geography)

58. Ms. Andree RASSAM
ICARDA
P.O. Box 5466
Aleppo, Syria
(Sociology)

59. Dr. Alexander M. Bartosik
Cuttington University College
Rural Development Institute
P.O. Box 277
Monrovia, Liberia
(Rural Technology Extension)









60. Mr. Apisith Issariyanukula
Department of Agricultural Economics
Faculty of Economics & Business Admin.
Kasetsart University
Bangkok, Thailand
(Agricultural Economics)

61. Ms. M.B. Fame-Gaye
Association pour le Developpement
de la Riziculture en Afrique de
l'Ouest
Station ADRAO
BP 96, Saint-Louis, Senegal
(Agronomy)

62. Ms. Coleen R. Brown
EMCIP
Box 3567, NMSU
Center for International Development
Las Cruces, NM 88003
( )

63. Dr. Sedou Doumbia
Chercheur A L'Idessa-CV
BP 635, Bouake
Cote d'Ivoire
(Agronomy)

64. Dr. James A. Chapman
International Consulting Division
Chemonics, Suite 200
2000 M St., NW
Washington, DC 20036
(Agricultural Economics)


67. Dr. S.K. Dappah
Institute of Statistical,
Social & Economic Research
University of Ghana
P.O. Box 74, Legon
Ghana
(Agricultural Economics)

68. Mr. Manasse T.T. Mtoi
Department of Rural Economy
Sokoine University of Agriculture
P.O. Box 3007
Morogoro, Tanzania
(Agric. Economics, Agronomy)

69. Dr. Ram D. Singh
Department of Economics
Illinois State University
Stevenson 425
Normal, Illinois 61761
(Economics)

70. Dr.Alice Stewart Carloni
Via Ripense 1,Int. 13/A
00153 Rome, Italy

71. Dr. Migot-Adholla
Dr. Achola Pala Okeyo
Inst.Development Studies
University of Nairobi
P.O.Box 30197
Nairobi, Kenya
(Sociology)
(Anthropology)


65. Carley Jones Adega
PECORUDAS
P.O. Box 10599
Accra-North
Ghana
(Community Development)

66. Dr. Mark Diamond Addy
GEMPISCO
Administrative Office
P.O. Box 6828
Accra-North, GHANA
(Education)











SUMMARY


EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST RECEIVED AS OF 4/15/85


1. 72 proposals received


2. Geographic distribution
West Africa 24
East Africa 6
Southern Africa 5
N.Africa/MidEast 4
Asia 20
Latin America/Mexico 8
Caribbean 2
Europe (Netherlands) 2
U.S. 1

3. Disciplines and Gender
Discipline
Agricultural Economics
Anthropology/Sociology
Agricultural Sciences
Agric/Vocational Education
Other
Very mixed or unknown
TOTALS


(Burkina Faso 6)



(Philippines 7)






Total Female
22 5
24 16
11 1
9 5
8 3
3 (projects)
74 30


4. Of 74 proposal writers, 36 were nationals of developing countries.






ppee n e de e en





Selection of Case Studies to be Written


Meeting of the Advisory Committee, April 29-30, 1985
New York City .


Case Studies to be fully funded
Number Author
6 Ashby






14 Chabala/Nguiru


Okali


Rocheleau


51 Baker/Norman





56 Sigman/Colfer





Case Study Possibilities
1 Chase





9 Wollenberg


Project
Production and consumption study, International
Fertilizer Project/CIAT, Phosphorus Project,
Colombia. Farm men and women participate in
evaluation of new technology tested on-farm
including cost-benefit analysis, cooking & eating
qualities; management aspects of technology.

Adaptive Research Planning Team (ARPT), Zambia;
incorporation of women farmers views in
evaluation of technology and in introduction of
shorter season legumes.

Alley Farming System, Nigeria; introduction of
alley farming for browse for small ruminant
production

ICRAF/Siaya/CARE Agroforestry project, Machakos,
Kenya. Use of community scale activities in
support of farm-level improvements; incorporation
of women's views and activities through women's
groups

Agricultural Technology Improvement Project
(ATIP), Botswana. Design of experimental
interventions incorporating the shortage of draft
animals characteristic of female headed
households

TROPSOILS, Indonesia. Time allocation study by
gender by entire field team in context of
understanding farm management and soil management
practices. Study led to design of trials in home
gardening and production of forage


CARDI project in Mabouya Valley, St. Lucia.
Experimental application of research methodology
turned up high per cent of female headed
households for which home garden trials are being
designed in cooperation with WAND.

Lake Balinsasayao, Philippines. Use of community
organizations, including women's organizations,
in government protected forest area to help
farmers develop locally appropriate technologies











29a


5, 35, 69


2, 25


Altieri


Nagy,Sawadogo,
Singh


Salinger,Sa'Adat




Michael


Tlaxcala, Mexico. Ecological study to provide
framework for experiments in biological pest
control. Study indicates absence of male labor
in fields, high knowledge and participation in
home gardens by women. Next stage designed to
incorporate women and women's knowledge in
improving pest control in and production of field
crops.

SAFGRAD/Purdue project in Burkina Faso.
Experiments with tie ridging for conservation and
with the introduction of mechanical tie ridger on
men and women's fields.

Cameroon. Two projects with extensive intra-
household data not currently incorporated into
on-going projects. Possibilities of inclusion to
be explored.

So. Kordofan, Sudan. Research on women's
activities revealed importance of milk production
leading to design of evaluation on improvements
in livestock production to include measurements
of milk production as well as weight gain.










Advisory Committee for Population Council/FSSP Case Studies Project


Dr. Harry (Skip) Bittenbender
Department of Horticulture
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan 48823
(617) 353-5473

Ms. Kate Cloud
Department of Agricultural Economics
University of Illinois
Champaign, Illinois 61821
(217) 333-5832

Dr. Frank Conklin
Office of International Agriculture
Oregon State University
Corvallis, Oregon 97330
(503) 754-2304

Ms. Nadine Horenstein
Room 3725 NS
US/AID
Washington, DC 20523
(202) 632-3992

Ms. Kate McKee
Ford Foundation
320 East 43rd Street
New York, New York 10017
(212) 573-5345

Dr. Rosalie Norem
Department of Family Environment
Iowa State University
LeBaron Hall, Room 173
Ames, Iowa 50011
(515) 294-8608

Dr. David Nygaard
Agricultural Development Council
725 Park Avenue
New York, New York 10021
(212) 517-9700

Dr. Pauline Peters
Harvard Institute for
International Development
1737 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138
(617) 495-3785


Dr. F,/ederico Poey
AGRIDEC
1414 Ferdinand Street
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
(305) 271-5694

Dr. Mary Rojas
105 Patton Hall
Virginia Polytechnic Institute
& State University
Blacksburg, Virginia 24601
(703) 961-4651

Ms. Hilary S. Feldstein
Managing Editor
Population Council/FSSP
Case Studies Project
RED 1, Box 821
Hancock, New Hampshire 03449
(603) 525-3772

Ms. Judith Bruce, ex officio
Program Associate
Population Council
1 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza
New York, New York 10017
(212) 644-1777

Dr. Susan Poats, ex cfficio
Associate Director
Farming Systems Support Project
University of Florida
3028 McCarty Hall *
Gainesville, Florida 32611
(904) 392-2309

Dr. Cornelia Butler-Flora, ex officio
Chairman, Technical Comrnittee FSSP
Department of Sociology
Kansas State University
Manhattan, Kansas 66506
(913) 532-6865




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