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Engaging with many different stakeholders

Watch Esther Schelling describe how her experience with health programmes for mobile pastoralists taught her to always include all stakeholders.

Working with different expertises is very important. Only when engaging with, for example, stakeholders or local communities, can all the information that is needed be collected.

The endeavour, however, is quite challenging. You can only involve few stakeholders and often years are required to gather all data. As complex as these data are, they are also highly informative and applicable. In addition, researchers furnished with the data can act as interlocutors between the communities and the authorities.

Watch Esther Schelling presenting her experiences.

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