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BUILDING BACK BETTER RUGBY: PRACTICAL ACTION PUBLISHING edited by Michal Lyons and Theo Schilderman with Camillo Boano. There is ample evidence that. Costs less, Can start sooner, Takes less time overall, Produces better buildings, Develops better places,

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BUILDING BACK BETTER RUGBY: PRACTICAL ACTION PUBLISHINGedited by Michal Lyons and Theo SchildermanwithCamillo Boano

there is ample evidence that
There is ample evidence that...

Costs less,

Can start sooner,

Takes less time overall,

Produces better buildings,

Develops better places,

Develops more resilient communities, and

more satisfied customers.

Participatory reconstruction often:

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Right: More humane environments: PA, Matara,, Sri Lanka 2005

Left: Stronger communities, Oxfam, Aceh, 2005

the main theme of this book
The main theme of this book

Participatory reconstruction is possible and often preferable, even when...

  • facing large-scale destruction
  • dealing with large numbers of households
  • difficult institutional and political environments
  • restricted budgets
part 1 principles
Part 1: Principles
  • Chap 1: Putting people at the centre of Reconstruction (Theo Schilderman)
    • Reconstruction needs to be more holistic, learning from development theory and practice, particularly the housing field
  • Chap 2: Can Large-scale reconstruction be people-centred? (Michal Lyons)
    • Implementing a participatory system across thousands of dwellings on many sites
  • Chap 3: The Viability of an International Approach (Lalith Lankathilike)
    • Importance and viability of a formal, transferable model
part 2 challenges
Part 2: Challenges

Chap 4: Sri Lanka – Analysing Inequalities in a National Programme (Hidellage and Usoof)

Technical support must be tailored to geographical and social conditions

Chap 5: Pakistan: Implementing people-centred reconstruction in urban and rural areas (Kazi)

Understanding the differences in politics, land supply and legislation

Chap 6: Indonesia: Understanding agency policy in a national context (da Silva and Batchelor)

Managing the political environment

Principles of upscaling: addition, multiplication and replication

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Left: Modelling the pace of reconstruction

Right: modelling replicability

part 2 challenges cont
Part 2: Challenges (cont.)

Chap 7: India: From a culture of housing to a philosophy of reconstruction (Duyne and Iyengar)

Why do governments resist the adoption of improved vernacular housing?

Why do populations accept low-grade ‘modern’ construction?

Chap 8: Colombia: Decentralising reconstruction (Lizzaralde)

Can large agencies allow individual flexibility in a participatory process?

How can accountability be managed ?

part 3 local cases
Part 3: Local cases
  • Chap 9: Kenya - can temporary shelter contribute to participatory reconstruction? (Aubrey)
    • Reconstruction as a ‘verb’
    • Livelihoods approach
  • Chap 10: Bangladesh - Can large actors overcome the absence of state will? (Alam)
    • The paradox of participatory reconstruction in Bangladesh
    • The power of large international agencies
  • Chap 11: Turkey - Can small actors overcome the absence of state will? (Arslan and Johnson)
    • The power of CBOs to challenge state policy
part 3 local cases cont
Part 3: Local cases (cont.)
  • Chap 12: El Salvador - Progressive housing after 2001 earthquake (
    • Short-term capital investment for long-term housing processes
    • Managing phased involvement
  • Chap 13: Peru: The long-term impact of short-term reconstruction work (Negrón)
    • Comparative study of nine villages ten to eighteen years after
left 15 years after participatory reconstruction right after centralist delivery of housing
Left: 15 years after participatory reconstructionRight: after centralist delivery of housing
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BUILDING BACK BETTER RUGBY: PRACTICAL ACTION PUBLISHINGedited by Michal Lyons and Theo SchildermanwithCamillo Boano