Indigenous enterprise: Aboriginal Rural Resources Initiative Evaluation Methodology

Indigenous enterprise: Aboriginal Rural Resources Initiative Evaluation Methodology Book

  • Author(s): Desmond, H.
  • Published: 2000
  • Publisher: Bureau of Rural Sciences
  • ISBN: 0 642 47590 3

Abstract: This booklet is one outcome of the Aboriginal Rural Resources Initiative (ARRI) Project Evaluation Study undertaken by BRS for ATSIC. It describes the case-study evaluation methodology: its scope, methods of data collection, evaluation and review.

Notes: The case studies in this report provide information on projects aimed to improve employment and income, funded by the Aboriginal Rural Resource Initiative (ARRI). Valuable lessons were drawn from the experiences gained by the Aboriginal people involved in the ARRI program. The evaluation methodology was developed in an effort to make sure that Indigenous peoples' views of their projects were captured and reflected in the case studies. Part one of this publication describes the methodology (not on hard copy). Part two of the publication reveals the Djigay Bush Food Project (excellent reference). This report offers an evaluation of Indigenous resource management projects, using the Djigay Bush Food Project (the development of a traditional food park) as a case study.

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Desmond, H., 2000, Indigenous enterprise: Aboriginal Rural Resources Initiative Evaluation Methodology, Book, viewed 25 August 2019, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=4230.

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