Connecting local responses around the world
In the video, he describes the community of Ta Wang Tan in northern Thailand:
"This is in northern Thailand in the province of Chiang Mai, a little community called Ta wang taan. This community has been using the Self Assessment for a while now and what they are doing now is that every 6 months they do their Self Assessment again. They don't do that individually, they do that in a group. There is a group of representatives from all layers. So there is elderly, young people, people living with HIV, community leaders. They come together in a group of at least 20 people to re-do their Self Assessment every 6 months. And in that way, through that discussion, they can see whether, as a community, they have improved on these 10 practises and also where their new priorities are so they can adapt their response better.
So for me, measuring your response, if it done in a team, you can get more perspectives, the analysis goes deeper and the adaptation of your response can improve as well."