Social learning for adaptation: a descriptive handbook for practitioners and action researchers

A collaboration by The Department of Environmental Science and The Environmental Learning Research Center Rhodes University, Social learning for adaptation, presents the experience of a participatory social learning process that evolved to support individual and community level adaptation to the myriad of stressors affecting rural people.

Thee handbook will be useful for NGO practitioners who work with communities and seek to build critical capacities, researchers who are interested in processes of action research, social change and co-learning, and government employees who are mandated to support communities in their efforts to collectively overcome hardships.

The handbook is available for download.