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PRIA’s knowledge, over its 35 years of history, of participatory tools, methods and practices in all sectors of work is available to a new generation of development professionals and practitioners in this section. The organisation has created the Knowledge Resource Centre where PRIA’s field practices, advocacy and research reports, policy briefs, training manuals, annual reports and strategic plans are archived under thematic rubrics. All documents are tagged with keywords. Documentation can thus be accessed through the search field or through thematic search. Documents are available in English and some in Hindi.

PRIA's latest audio-visual resources are also available in this section. Other audio-visual resources, including PRIA's well-known documentaries Dhai Akhar and Bua Bhatiji (in Hindi) which were telecast on Doordarshan in the 1980 can be accessed on our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/PRIAIndia).

PRIA has committed itself to making its resources available in open digital formats to enable practitioners, researchers and students to access them easily. Permission is granted to download documents and use available information freely. The text may be reproduced for non-commercial purposes, provided that credit is given to the original author(s).

    

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The Journey Should Continue (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Awareness Is Key to Change (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Financial and Technical Hurdles Prevent ODF Achievement (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

“When Will My Toilet be Ready?" (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Old Habits Die Hard (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Children As Change Catalysts (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Determined Leadership Brings Villages Closer to Sanitation Goals (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Cultural Beliefs: A Barrier Towards Total Sanitation (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

The Battle for Sanitation (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Determined Efforts to Sustain Sanitation (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Toilets Preferred Over Construction of Houses (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

No Awareness Leads to Misuse (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Tribal Areas: Far Away From Sanitation (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Efforts for Sanitation (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Lack of Guidance Is a Struggle for Sanitation (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Moving Towards Total Sanitation (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Third Party Construction of Toilets Yields Positive Results (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Who Is Responsible for Community Sanitary Latrines? (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Washed Away (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Conviction Towards Complete Sanitation (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Sustained Efforts Result in Underground Drainage System (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Unity Is Key (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Contractor’s Knowledge: Fresh Ideas for Construction (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

What About Utilization? (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

Lack of Planning Is leading To Repetition of Efforts (In Telugu)

18 Jan 2017

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Testimonials

  • PRIA facilitators listen, engage and explain at the level where participants understand and learn through many practical exercises. The best workshop on gender that our employees have attended

    Tsering Youdon
    Program Officer, Swedish Organisation for Individual Relief
    SOIR-IM, Dehradun, Uttarakhand
  • Elected members & officials from Northern Province, Sri Lanka visited PRIA to learn about their exemplary work in developing citizen participation in governance and service delivery. JGU thanks PRIA.

    Prof. R. Sudarshan
    Dean, Jindal School of Government and Public Policy
    O.P. Jindal Global University
  • Undeniably good work done by PRIA. My visits to the communities they work with let me hear grassroots voices and stories...deeply rewarding for my personal growth, work and future research

    Loreen Regnander
    Intern, University of Victoria, Canada
  • PRIA has helped to build a large movement for citizens to use Panchayati Raj Institutions at the local level, to use their leadership, their voice, to bring about democracy from below

    Dr John Gaventa, Director of Research
    Institute of Development Studies
    Sussex, UK
  • Thank you PRIA -- for helping me gain the confidence to speak up. Today, I do not hesitate to speak with the sarpanch.

    Renu Joshi
    ASHA worker
    Hinglaz gali Anganwadi Centre, Siwana Block, Barmer, Rajasthan
  • I have thoroughly enjoyed the privilege of being able to enroll myself in the course…this program has opened my eyes to possibilities for my life which were previously unconsidered

    Tripti Vinita Pal, Alumnus
    Appreciation course
  • I am a third party facilitator for three large institutions but I did not know half the things we have discussed in the Third Party Facilitator Training I attended organized by PRIA

    Rajlakshmi
    Joint Secretary of Lakshmi, an NGO
    Lucknow
  • Participatory Approaches for Social Inclusion course was undoubtedly beneficial for my research work, providing a deep understanding of theoretical aspects and the applied side of participation

    Pallavi Mishra
    PhD Research Scholar
    Jawaharlal Nehru University
  • We learnt multi-stakeholder dialogue as a tool for advocacy from PRIA…it is a wonderful tool for organising people

    Ashok Kadam
    Parivartan
    Maharashtra
  • I am an example of the Kishori Panchayat Programme which gave young girls the desire to do something, a reason to embrace life

    Kavita
    Kishori Panchayat Member
    Bihar

Audio-Visual Resources