Connecting local responses around the world
Started this discussion. Last reply by Olivia Munoru Feb 13, 2014. 25 Replies 3 Likes
In your experience, what is the key to a successful National Facilitation Team (Country Team).In particular:- How do you go about setting one up?- What kind of support is needed? (at the early stages…Continue
Tags: facilitation, national, team, country
Started this discussion. Last reply by Autry Haynes Aug 4, 2013. 25 Replies 3 Likes
What have we learned from the integration of our approach into other participatory approaches?Constructive criticism is a great opportunity to become reflective, as individuals and as an…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jan Somers Jun 13, 2013. 11 Replies 2 Likes
Hi friends,What do you say or do when someone asks you about the Constellation, SALT or CLCP? How do you get them to understand it? In this forum, we are asking you to answer the following…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jean-Louis Lamboray Mar 17, 2013. 6 Replies 1 Like
This morning I was asked by someone, "How can we make sure the dream is relevant to the project? If it is not within the boundaries of the project, why would we invest in it?".Hmmmm. Naturally I want…Continue
Tags: dream building
Posted on September 3, 2015 at 5:01am 2 Comments 2 Likes
Can fishermen and farmers become researchers? YOU BET!
From 2012 - 2015, in a partnership with CGIAR and the World Fish Centre, the Constellation shared SALT and CLCP with fishing and farming communities across 5 countries: Zambia, Solomon Islands, Phillippines, Bangladesh and Cambodia.
Our joint challenge was to incorporate SALT and CLCP with approach known as "Research in Development".
At the ground level, the initiative was an opportunity for local community…Continue
Posted on December 5, 2013 at 2:00am 2 Comments 4 Likes
Today, my last day as Facilitator Transfer in the Global Support Team (GST), I am reflecting on the wonderful people that make up our Constellation family. And to me, that’s exactly what it is – a family. Made up of brilliant and courageous people. It seems that when we come together in the Constellation, the best is brought out in us. What a joy it has been to be part of this.…Continue
Posted on September 5, 2013 at 6:06am 3 Comments 3 Likes
Last week I had the pleasure of facilitating a large learning event, alongside Dusit Duangsa and Thuom Nary. We had 47 participants, ranging from farmers and fishermen to local government representatives and NGO staff. About 30% were bi-lingual, the rest speaking only Khmer language.
The experience was a rich one, and our daily AAR revealed many areas…Continue
Posted on September 4, 2013 at 6:11am 2 Comments 5 Likes
I wish to share with facilitators and communities around the world about the incredible strengths of the people in Siem Reap province, Cambodia. This week I have had the privilege of accompanying a new facilitation team through a process of “Visioning” in 3 villages – Santey (a farming village), Muk Wat (a fishing village on the banks of the Tonle Sap, houses raised on stilts above the water) and Peam Ta Ou (a floating village, pictured…Continue
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A very happy birthday dear Olivia! Its a special year and I wish you all the best. Enjoy your day!!!
Thanks for invite me to the CLCP Global network! I'll try to learn and catch up from the team step by step. It's an amazing blog.
Lovely to meet you! Are you a fellow Capetonian?
I'm very interested in the work on packaging SALT for businesses. Let's set up a time to chat.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Nice to meet you on the global of CLCP network. I would like to share you some nice photos from the second week of community visioning in Trampaer village, Pursat province. I observed the community facilitators were performed in more confidence than in the class in Siem Reap. WorldFish did one game to understand the emotions of community facilitators since they joint the class in Siem Reap until the week they started implementing CLCP/CV. All of them had up and down emotions because of fear, didn't catch up lessons, cool to seat in the AC room, met with different people, less confident to do at community, however they feel better day by day during the practice in their community and the appreciation from the WorldFish, local NGO, local authorities and their communities. ANKO Director, Mrs. Samnan, one of local AAS NGO partners, has prepared to brief meeting to the 4 community facilitators (2 villages-Baku and Trampaer), local authorities and her staff before the 2nd CV week. Then she has encouraged her 2 CF from Baku to work and learn from the process in Trampaer and will shifting again next week in Baku (23-27 Sept 2013). It makes CFs learn more from their practices. SALT visit in Trampaer village to identify the strengths.
All are humans!
Hi Olivia, nice to be in the global sharing here.
Hi Olivia, I will be going with the team to Marrakesh in Dec and thanks to you introducing me to the SALT concept, I'm looking forward to pitching my input and discussions the "the SALT" way and see how it will pan out.
It will mostly be healthcare professionals with a few patient representatives and patient support groups.
Is there a group already in existence in Morrocco?
I fly out to Botswana 5th Oct but will be able to access emails.
The coffee is long overdue!! there is so much to catch up on.
it was nice to know you and GST
i will have a look a bit later, thanks greets from Taipei.
Happy birthday dear Olivia! Thinking of you as you travel on your birthday. Lots of love and warm wishes.
Thank you for your warm welcome..
Olivia, you have acknowledged each respondent to your discussion. That's like a one-to-one SALT visit. Appreciation from Delhi.
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