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Community Mobilization in Nepal-Learning from Experience
Abstract:
Learning from Experience - the Community Mobilisation in Nepal project has attempted throughout its existence to enable its volunteer team members to learn from each other, and to enable others to do learn from them also. The volunteers have regularly shared experiences amongst themselves and with colleagues in RADC1, as well as engaging in a number of training programmes concerning the value of Social Mobilisation and the processes involved. Thus, the CMN2 project has achieved not only many of the objectives set out in the original project document, but has also stimulated within RADC and beyond a strengthening of the mission to make development activities more truly people-centred. The CMN project has not engaged heavily in publicity and publications, but has produced mandatory annual reports, and these have been positively received, and commendation given in the CMN Project Evaluation for the quality and openness of these reports.3 During the final year of the project, however, the Evaluation Team recommended that there be increased focus in documentation; this has been achieved, through the production of two handbooks (one targeted for Microhydro Users Committees, another for RADC staff engaged in Social Mobilisation), the revision of its web-page, and also through this small publication ‘Learning from Experience’
Publisher: UNV/RADC Type / Script:
Bulletin or Poster  in  English
Keywords:
COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION IN NEPAL (CMN), MICRO HYDRO IN NEPAL, RENEWABLE ENERGY IN NEPAL, SOLAR POWER, FINANCIAL SUPPORT, ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT, PROJECT PERSONNEL, OFFICE EQUIPMENT, REMOTE AREA DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (RADC)PERSONNEL, FOOD POLICY, BUILDING CAPACITY, SOCIAL MOBILIZATION MECHANISM
Thematic Group:
UNV, (2001)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Community Mobilization in Nepal-Learning from Experience
Abstract:
Learning from Experience - the Community Mobilisation in Nepal project has attempted throughout its existence to enable its volunteer team members to learn from each other, and to enable others to do learn from them also. The volunteers have regularly shared experiences amongst themselves and with colleagues in RADC1, as well as engaging in a number of training programmes concerning the value of Social Mobilisation and the processes involved. Thus, the CMN2 project has achieved not only many of the objectives set out in the original project document, but has also stimulated within RADC and beyond a strengthening of the mission to make development activities more truly people-centred. The CMN project has not engaged heavily in publicity and publications, but has produced mandatory annual reports, and these have been positively received, and commendation given in the CMN Project Evaluation for the quality and openness of these reports.3 During the final year of the project, however, the Evaluation Team recommended that there be increased focus in documentation; this has been achieved, through the production of two handbooks (one targeted for Microhydro Users Committees, another for RADC staff engaged in Social Mobilisation), the revision of its web-page, and also through this small publication ‘Learning from Experience’
Publisher: UNV/RADC Type / Script:
Bulletin or Poster  in  English
Keywords:
COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION IN NEPAL (CMN), MICROHYDRO IN NEPAL, RENEWABLE ENERGY IN NEPAL, SOLAR POWER, FINANCIAL SUPPORT, ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT, PROJECT PERSONNEL, OFFICE EQUIPMENT, REMOTE AREA DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (RADC)PERSONNEL, FOOD POLICY
Thematic Group:
UNV, (2001)
Thesaurus:
01.00.0A - Political And Legal Questions
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Community Mobilization in Nepal-Learning from Experience
Abstract:
Learning from Experience - the Community Mobilisation in Nepal project has attempted throughout its existence to enable its volunteer team members to learn from each other, and to enable others to do learn from them also. The volunteers have regularly shared experiences amongst themselves and with colleagues in RADC1, as well as engaging in a number of training programmes concerning the value of Social Mobilisation and the processes involved. Thus, the CMN2 project has achieved not only many of the objectives set out in the original project document, but has also stimulated within RADC and beyond a strengthening of the mission to make development activities more truly people-centred. The CMN project has not engaged heavily in publicity and publications, but has produced mandatory annual reports, and these have been positively received, and commendation given in the CMN Project Evaluation for the quality and openness of these reports. During the final year of the project, however, the Evaluation Team recommended that there be increased focus in documentation; this has been achieved, through the production of two handbooks (one targeted for Microhydro Users Committees, another for RADC staff engaged in Social Mobilisation), the revision of its web-page, and also through this small publication ‘Learning from Experience’
Publisher: UNV/RADC Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION IN NEPAL (CMN), MICRO HYDRO IN NEPAL, RENEWABLE ENERGY IN NEPAL, SOLAR POWER, FINANCIAL SUPPORT, ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT, PROJECT PERSONNEL, OFFICE EQUIPMENT, REMOTE AREA DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (RADC)PERSONNEL, FOOD POLICY, BUILDING CAPACITY, SOCIAL MOBILIZATION MECHANISM
Thematic Group:
UNV, (2001)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
PDF | File Size: 1.19 MB   Download
Feeder: ANJANA SHARMA, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Community Mobilization in Nepal-Learning from Experience
Abstract:
Learning from Experience - the Community Mobilisation in Nepal project has attempted throughout its existence to enable its volunteer team members to learn from each other, and to enable others to do learn from them also. The volunteers have regularly shared experiences amongst themselves and with colleagues in RADC1, as well as engaging in a number of training programmes concerning the value of Social Mobilisation and the processes involved. Thus, the CMN2 project has achieved not only many of the objectives set out in the original project document, but has also stimulated within RADC and beyond a strengthening of the mission to make development activities more truly people-centred. The CMN project has not engaged heavily in publicity and publications, but has produced mandatory annual reports, and these have been positively received, and commendation given in the CMN Project Evaluation for the quality and openness of these reports. During the final year of the project, however, the Evaluation Team recommended that there be increased focus in documentation; this has been achieved, through the production of two handbooks (one targeted for Microhydro Users Committees, another for RADC staff engaged in Social Mobilisation), the revision of its web-page, and also through this small publication ‘Learning from Experience’
Publisher: UNV/RADC Type / Script:
Bulletin or Poster  in  English
Keywords:
COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION IN NEPAL (CMN), MICRO HYDRO IN NEPAL, RENEWABLE ENERGY IN NEPAL, SOLAR POWER, FINANCIAL SUPPORT, ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT, PROJECT PERSONNEL, OFFICE EQUIPMENT, REMOTE AREA DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (RADC)PERSONNEL, FOOD POLICY, BUILDING CAPACITY, SOCIAL MOBILIZATION MECHANISM
Thematic Group:
UNV, (2001)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
PDF | File Size: 1.19 MB   Download
Feeder: ANJANA SHARMA, Editor: , Auditor:
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