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Supporting community management : a manual for training in community management in the water and sanitation sector

This manual provides background on key concepts and skill, and innovative tools to help improve the training of field staff related to community management of water and sanitation services. The manual is divided in two parts. Part I covers the theory of concepts and approaches. Issues addressed are: approaches to learning, useful concepts for field staff supporting community management, discovery learning and community management, facilitation and preparing for a training session. Part II has 37 tools meant to help internalise and learn how to use the theory. The relate to issues such as getting to know each other, setting the scene, creating a learning atmosphere, participants' experiences and perception (diagnosis), preparing for training and monitoring and evaluation.

TitleSupporting community management : a manual for training in community management in the water and sanitation sector
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2003
AuthorsLammerink, MP, Bolt, E
Volumeno. 34
Paginationvi, 113 p.
Date Published2003-01-01
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedDelft, The Netherlands
Keywordscommunity management, curricula, manuals, sdipar, teachers
Abstract

This manual provides background on key concepts and skill, and innovative tools to help improve the training of field staff related to community management of water and sanitation services. The manual is divided in two parts. Part I covers the theory of concepts and approaches. Issues addressed are: approaches to learning, useful concepts for field staff supporting community management, discovery learning and community management, facilitation and preparing for a training session. Part II has 37 tools meant to help internalise and learn how to use the theory. The relate to issues such as getting to know each other, setting the scene, creating a learning atmosphere, participants' experiences and perception (diagnosis), preparing for training and monitoring and evaluation.

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