Transforming Lives: PNDP and Rural Development in Cameroon

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Transforming Lives is a project commissioned by The World Bank Group and the National Programme for Participatory Development in Cameroon. It is part of Ayisi’s ongoing research in exploring issues around cultural identity, representation, (in)visibility, and social transformations in Africa. Within the wider framework of communication for development, the main strategy for the practice as research project was to use documentary film aesthetics to evidence the impact of development initiatives on the socio-economic dynamics of communities, groups and individuals. The main focus was to show the benefits of participatory strategies in determining the development priorities of communities, especially within the wider context of rural settings in Africa.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherThe World Bank Group, Cameroon
Commissioning bodyThe World Bank Group and PNDP
Publication statusPublished - 25 Jun 2014


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