CETRAD organised an Open Class entitled The Various Dynamics in Rural Well-being Research on the 27th of January at UTAD. The session clarified what the multifaceted concept of well-being means and explained why it is an important policy focus today. The speakers from CETRAD’s Data for Low-density (D4LD) project discussed the state of the art of rural well-being and shed some light on how to measure accurately the quality of rural life. The researchers also gave an update of the CETRAD’s ongoing well-being project aiming to create a Well-being Barometer for low-density territories.

The second part of the open class invited the participants for a Community Asset Mapping Exercise to demonstrate the benefits of Participatory Action Research (PAR) and showcase the community development process from inception to completion.

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