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This Site Map is here to help you navigate through this site (which has over five thousand documents on it). A good place to start is the list of Modules. If you click on the first document under each module listed here, you will go to the module introduction, which, in turn, lists the other documents in that module.  An alternative approach is to click on the Key Words, and browse through each letter of the alphabet. . . . .  Phil Bartle
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Other Training Material
Training Methods
Guest Papers
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Introductory Modular Training Sets:
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Training modules contain basic texts, model forms, short handouts for workshops, and notes for trainers.
Each module has a single topic, with different documents in it for different actors or purposes.
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Getting Prepared:
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Getting Started:
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  • Getting Started, preparing the community for action, combining action and training; 16k
  • The Mobilization Cycle, the process of strengthening a community; 15k
  • Clearing the Pathway, getting clearance from the authorities; 18k
  • Raising Awareness, without raising expectations; 17k
  • Unity Organizing, bringing the whole community together; 15k
  • Public Dialogue, how to conduct a public meeting; 16k
  • Challenging the Community, resistance produces strength; 16k
  • Community Chooses Action, community choice means community participation; 16k
  • Organizing for Strength, better organization means more strength; 16kand
  • Starting the Mobiliser, guidance for the trainer.
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Organising the Community:
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  • Organising the Community, preparing it for action, combining action and training; 14k
  • Action Training, pushing the envelope past the usual purposes of training; 15k
  • Forming the Executive (CIC), the community selects its managers; 16k
  • Assessing Conditions, the community makes an appraisal; 17k
  • Preparing a Community Action Plan (CAP), the community decides its future; 17k
  • Project Design, proposals, outside resources; balancing self reliance with help; 21k
  • Monitoring Arrangements, how well are we doing? 18k
  • Organizing for Action, getting the community set up to do something. 15kand
  • Creating the Organisers, guidance for trainers.
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Into Action:
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  • Into Action, the community moves, module introduction; 13k
  • Implementing the Community Plan, action for empowerment; 13k
  • Monitoring, watching where we are going; 13k
  • Community Generated Needs, not agency determined needs; 15k
  • Needed Skills, what the CIC will likely identify; 14k
  • Communication Between Committee and Public, pro-active transparency; 15k and
  • Celebrations, completion and a new beginning. 15k
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Sustaining the Intervention:
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  • Sustaining the Intervention, beyond a single mobilizer, module introduction; 14k
  • Sustaining the Cycle, one community project is only the beginning; 14k
  • Community Leadership & Internal Mobilization, sustaining by auto mobilization; 16k and 
  • Lessons Learned and Awareness of Possibilities, to carry on. 13k
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Intermediate Modular Training Sets:
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Community Empowerment Principles:
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  • Community Empowerment Principles, reasons behind fighting communal poverty; 17k
  • Community Empowerment, making neighbourhoods stronger; 95kNew document
  • Factors of Poverty; The Big Five, attack causes, not symptoms; 52k
  • People Development, Not Hardware, human scale, not technology; handout; 14k
  • Revealing Hidden Resources, sustainable development, avoiding charity; 57k
  • Twelve Lessons, learned by the community development programme of Habitat; 13k
  • Culture and Social Animation, a taste of social science theory for the field worker; 42k
  • Politics and Mobilization Training, roles of politics in community empowerment; 36k and
  • Иди К Людя. poem by Lao Tsu. 12k
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Mobilization Module:
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  • The Mobilization Intervention, moving a community to act, mobilizer skills; 20k
  • A Mobilization Cycle, the overall process; workshop handout; 18k
  • The Mobilization Cycle Explicated, explained step-by-step; 57k
  • The Mobilization Cycle Illustrations, to illustrate your training material; 26k
  • To be a Mobilizer, what does it take? training handout; 19k
  • Unity Organizing, purpose and means to unify a community; 20k and
  • Training As Mobilizing, the methodology of using training to mobilize. 21k
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Participatory Appraisal:
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  • Participation in Appraisal, 15k, guiding and encouraging participants to assess and appraise;
  • Participatory Appraisal, PRA, PAR and community inventory; 41k
  • Map and Inventory, notes for community members; 22k
  • Facilitating Participation in Appraisal, notes for facilitators; 22k
  • Defending the Methodology, notes on advocacy for managers; 26k and
  • Training Facilitators in Appraisal, notes for trainers and coordinators. 28k
Other Related Documents:
  • Participation, by Ben Fleming; 19k
  • Benefits of PAR, by Doreen Boyd; 18k and
  • Sharing PRA, by Kamal Phuyal. 27k
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Management Training:
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  • Introduction to MT, training as a method of reorganizing for effectiveness, management training methodology; 15k
  • The Four Key Questions, the essential core of MT for empowerment, 35k
  • Management Training, a workshop handout for participants, 33k
  • Management Tips, eight tips to improve management; 19k
  • MT, Notes for the Trainer, for facilitators in training, 45k and
  • Organizing by Training, a specific kind of training.  63k
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Brainstorm:
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  • Introduction to the Brainstorm, a training process for obtaining group decisions;
  • Brainstorming Principles and Procedures, overall sketch; can be used as a handout;
  • A Visit with the Brainstorm; Notes for the Facilitator, aimed at trainers in training and
  • The Brainstorm Session; Notes for the Participant, should be read prior to a session.
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Participatory Management:
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  • Participatory Management, running an NGO, a project, or a firm, introduction; 16k
  • Participatory Management, methods to encourage staff in decision making; 82k
  • The Participatory Management of People, more than economic resources; 27k
  • Participatory Management and Positive Attitude, we all make mistakes; 20k
  • Using Job Descriptions, enhancing participatory management; 26k
  • Participatory Management Meetings, removing the groans; 62k
  • Annual Review, a tool of participatory management; 72k
  • Preparing a Work Plan, a key tool for participatory management; 61k
  • Techniques of Encouragement, converting criticism to guidance; 17k and
  • Tips for Managers and Mobilizers, parallels in participation. 30k
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Gender:
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  • Introduction to Gender, strategies to raise awareness and promote balance; 11k 
  • Gender, raising awareness and promoting balance; notes for the mobilizer; 79k and 
  • Gender Issues, awareness and balance; workshop handout. 17k
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Community Project Design:
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  • Community Project Design, participatory methods to design a community project; 16k
  • Project Design, how to plan a community project; 45k
  • SMART, characteristics of good objectives; 15k
  • Dependency Syndrome, depending too much on outside resources; 15k and
  • Internal Resources Checklist, workshop handout. 13k
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Community Resources Module:
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  • Community Resources, how to identify and release sometimes hidden resources to fund activities; 14k
  • Resource Acquisition, methods for communities seeking resources; 63k
  • Fund Raising, methods for NGOs and CBOs to obtain finance. 48k
  • Proposals, for NGOs and CBOs seeking approval or money; 119k
  • Proposals Chapters Handout, proposal drafting workshop handout; 14k
  • Proposal Check List Handout, proposal writing workshop handout; 14kand
  • See: Organizing the Grant Writing Process, guest paper by Michelle K. Carter. 22k
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Income Generation Principles:
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  • Introduction, income generation principles; 19k
  • IG, Poverty & Wealth, trainers' notes on principles of wealth creation;58k
  • Income Generation Illustrations, graphic images for downloading; 23k and
  • Grants, Credit and Poverty Reduction, notes for the mobilizer. 46k
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Organizing for Credit:
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  • Introduction to Organizing for Credit, building a community credit organization; 24k
  • Micro Enterprise Scheme, overall description of a set-up for channelling credit; 97k
  • Building a Credit Organization, workshop handout; 21k
  • Group Formation and Development, tips on organizing credit groups; 63k
  • Forming Trust Groups, notes about trust groups for participants;  31k
  • Savings Mobilization, encouraging the group to save for building credit; 31k and
  • Some Forms, models for making your own forms. 151k
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  • See also the Report on the Ghana Micro Enterprise Scheme.
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Micro Enterprise Training:
  • Introduction to Micro Enterprise Training, what skills are needed by traders? 17k
  • Micro Enterprise Training, skills needed by small scale business people, participants' notes; 29k
  • Micro Enterprise Training, skills needed, facilitator's notes, 21k
  • Choosing a Micro-Enterprise, notes for the facilitator; 69k
  • Choosing a Micro-Enterprise, how to choose a viable micro enterprise; 66k
  • Planning a Micro-Enterprise, planning methods for running a micro enterprise; 59k
  • Financial Training, a check list of topics in financial recording and reporting; 29k
  • Business Records, the why and how of keeping cash records; 32k and
  • Marketing, a quick course in marketing for mobilizers and micro entrepreneurs. 54k
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Measuring Capacity:
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  • Measuring the Strengthening of Communities, how much has capacity increased?29k
  • The Sixteen Elements of Community Empowerment, brief descriptions; 97k
  • A General Form, multi-use form for participatory appraisal or measurement;
  • Participatory Methods of Measuring Empowerment, a measurement method; 71k
  • Sixteen Elements of Empowerment, participants' handout; 20k
  • Participants' Notes to Measuring Increased Capacity, how to monitor capacity development, workshop handout; 16k and
  • Forms for Measuring Change in Strength, to hand out in a workshop. 24k
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Monitoring:
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  • Monitoring and Evaluation, watching progress, observing and analysing; 13k
  • Principles and Purpose, the nature of monitoring; 10k
  • Planning and Implementation, integrating monitoring at all phases; 37k
  • Evaluation, making value judgements after monitoring; 12k
  • Management Information, handling information generated by monitoring; 14k
  • Participation in Monitoring, who should monitor; 16k
  • Levels of Monitoring, community, district, national and donor; 52k
  • Monitoring and Reporting, forwarding the observations and analysis; 21k and
  • Monitoring Forms, use these to design your own. 16k
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Reporting Module:
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  • Writing Reports, progress must be seen; 18k
  • Report Writing Guidelines, core document;  why, how, for whom, tips; 40k
  • Report Writing for Coordinators, ditto; 36k
  • Why Write Reports? reasons for reporting; 31k
  • Who should Receive Reports? benefits to authors and recipients; 30k
  • How to Write Reports, different types of reports and what they should include; 63k
  • Writing Better Reports, tips on writing better reports –– reports that will be read; 40k
  • A Model for Writing Reports, one page handout; report outline. 16k and
  • Monitoring and Reporting Illustrations, download for local training material. 23k
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Training Methods:
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  • Training Methods; how to use the material; 13k
  • How to Use The Material, trainers' reference; 44k
  • Community Management Training Curriculum Framework, planning your training; 99k
  • Preparing a Workshop, design a training workshop as you would a project; 41k
  • Ice Breakers, to relax participants in a work shop; 10k
  • Role Playing and Simulation Games, a training technique; 54k
  • Playing a Role, notes for participants; 13k
  • Telling Stories, practical communication tools; not just entertainment; 13k
  • Two Boys, a wood carving tells a story; 8k  and
  • Slogans & Proverbs. more practical communication tools for community work. 19k
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Further Modular Training Sets:
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Managing a Mobilization Programme:
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  • Managing Mobilization, Introduction;
  • Managing a Mobilization Programme, issues related to the peculiarities of the process;
  • Mobilizer Job Description; and
  • Choosing a Community.
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Community Research:
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  • Community Research, module introduction;
  • Community Research, the social organization of communities;
  • Social Research for Mobilizers, practical, applied, useful;
  • Mobilizer Research Methods, getting preliminary data;
  • Research Questions, what the mobilizer should ask;
  • Keeping Records, managing Information;
  • Survey of Internal Community Resources, what is available to use? and
  • Survey of External Resources, what can the community get from outside?
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Community Water Supply:
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  • Water and the Mobilizer, when the community chooses clean drinking water; 18k
  • Considering Water, issues for the community mobilizer; 11k
  • Water, Health and the Empowerment of Communities, PHC principles for strength; 47k
  • Water as a Community Investment, clean water and a decrease in poverty; 27k
  • Sources of Drinking Water, alternatives for community decision making; 31k
  • Water Technology for the Mobilizer, getting water to the people; 55k
  • The Rope Pump, local materials, local control. 93k
  • Repair and Maintenance, water management for communities; 28k and
  • Cost Recovery, obtaining resources to manage a water supply. 30k
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Mobilization and Non Material Development:
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  • Mobilization for Advocacy; when the community chooses civil action; 13k 

  • Mobilizing for Civil Society, when the community chooses non physical goals; 41k
    HIV-AIDS and Empowerment Mobilization,New document
    , , . . . . .  when the community chooses to fight this scourge. 108k
    Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) , eradication. 25kNew document
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Functional Literacy:
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  • Functional Literacy, design a  functional, practical, useful and relevant programme; 13k
  • Why Participatory Literacy?reasons for designing a custom programme for each community; 25k
  • Literacy and Empowerment, in stronger communities, members write and read; 20k
  • Literacy Principles, design your own programme; 92k and
  • Workshop Handouts, links to the eighteen principles. 19k

  • 1. Do not copy orthodox and traditional methods and content (Lit-01); 11k
    2. Develop your own methods and content based on principles (Lit-02); 10k
    3. Adults are not children –– different approaches are needed (Lit-03); 11k
    4. Models for teaching should not be taken from schools for children (Lit-04); 15k
    5. Respect is very important (Lit-05); 9k
    6. Learning by doing is more effective than by watching or listening (Lit-06); 10k
    7. Do not aim for high levels of literacy (Lit-07); 11k
    8. Seek practical communication –– do not strive for perfection (Lit-08); 10k
    9. Emphasize languages and alphabets most commonly used (Lit-09); 10k
    10. Combine written words with simple pictures (Lit-10); 9k
    11. Include elementary numeracy early in your teaching plan (Lit-11); 8k
    12. What is learned must be practical, immediate, and useful (Lit-12); 9k
    13. Learn and use what is useful and interesting in each community (Lit-13); 8k
    14. Avoid curricula (content) from orthodox schooling – make your own (Lit-14); 8k
    15.  Avoid traditional, orthodox, useless topics (Lit-15); 9k
    16. Praise; do not criticize (Lit-16); 12k
    17. Give opportunities to participants to teach what they learn (Lit-17); 9k and
    18. Guide participants into the awe and enjoyment of discovery (Lit-18). 10k
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Capacity Development:
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  • Developing Capacity of Organizations, how to strengthen an organization; 20k
  • Capacity Development, techniques for increasing organizational strength; 70k
  • Measuring the Strengthening of Organizations, an extrapolation;29k
  • Sixteen Elements of Capacity, participants' handout; 100k
  • Participants' Forms, for promoting capacity development. 35k
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Enabling Environment:
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  • Enabling Environment, strong communities need the right atmosphere; 16k
  • Enabling Community Empowerment, no community exists in a vacuum; 87k and
  • Preparing a Community Development Policy Paper, guidelines. 39k
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Transforming Disaster to Development:
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  • From Disaster to Development, charity to empowerment –– transformation; 20k
  • Disaster's End. transforming a programme of charity to empowerment; 124k
  • SWOT, strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats; using the process; 37kand
  • Disaster Illustrations. downloadable for making local training material. 16k
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Introduction to Sociology:
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  • Sociology for the Beginner, 3k, first introductions;
  • The "Six Dimensions" Question, 9k, 
  • The "Poker Game" Question, 9k, 
  • The "Durkheim, Weber" Question, 9k,
  • The "Karl Marx" Question 8k, 
  • The "Sapir Whorf" 12k, Question, 8k. 
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Other Training Material:
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  • Key Words, a reference or alternative approach to learning about the methods; 24k
  • An Aural Method to Learn an Oral Language, in a community with another language? 73k
  • What is Community? a sociological perspective; 95k
  • Common Errors in Writing, not comprehensive; mainly pet peeves; 27k
  • Time, a clock that follows your cursor; 16k
  • Some Web Colours, only for those manually writing html pages; 30k and
  • Extra Illustrations, to download and use in making local training material. 21k
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Reference:
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  • Working Bibliography, references in the literature used in the field; 66k
  • Acronyms and Abbreviations, shortcuts to the profession; 20k
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Mr Kamal Phuyal is one of the foremost PRA trainers in Nepal. He asks the question "Why PRA?" noting that most material about PRA is about "How (to do PRA)." To Kamal, the answer is related to the syntheses of Buddhist and Hindu values of his home country, Nepal. See: Sharing PRA. 23k
Benjamin Fleming, community specialist in Australia, writes an article that opens with
the provocative statement, "Participation does not always lead to empowerment."
See: Participation 14k
See Comments and Further Thoughts 13k by Doreen Boyd, UNDP, Barbados and
For advice on writing grant proposals, see Michelle Carter's guest paper: Grant Writing 17k
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Grants and Funding:
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Are you looking for grant money or funding for your agency or project? The main purpose of this web site is to provide training material. It is maintained on a voluntary (unpaid) basis. It is not a source of funding. If you are looking for grant money, however, there are three ways this site can assist you. (1) If you look at the links pages, you will find links to other sites, including sources of grant money. You need to do your own research. (2) If you look at the various project design and proposals pages (find them on the site map), you will find guidelines and models that will help you write your own grand or project proposal. (3) If you use the project proposal format offered here, and send your proposal to me, the web master, Phil Bartle, I will return it to you with feedback, including advice, at your request. I am not a source of funding.  Phil

If you would like more tips about preparing grant proposals, see the guest paper by Michelle: Grant Writing. 17k

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The CMP Strategy:
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  •  The CMP Strategy, Abstract (Executive Summary)  of the strategy,

  • . . . .  . . .   3 elements: enablement, development, management. 15k
  •  The Strategy as a Whole. a sketch of the Three Elements. 63k and
  •  The Strategy Explicated. details of the three elements; 155k
  •  Lessons Learned, how the strategy fared in Uganda. 52k
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The CMP Training Curriculum:
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  • For an overview of the curriculum, see:

  •  . Framework for a Community Management Training Curriculum, a training framework. 104k
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  • Training For Strength 27k 

  • .  Chapter One:  Introduction to Management Training for Communities; 26k
    .  Chapter Two:  Training for Community Action; 25k
    .  Chapter Three:  Management Training to Empower Communities; 72k
    .  Chapter Four:  Management Training in Community Management; 106k
    .  Chapter Five:  Some Players in the Process; 35k and
    .  Chapter Six:  Some Other Training Elements. 76k
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Three Community Workers' Handbooks:
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Three Hand Books 16k
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Handbook for Mobilizers. Principles and methods for strengthening a community. 128k
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Handbook for Generating Wealth. Principles and a method for fighting causes of poverty. 92k and
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Handbook of Monitoring. Principles and methods for the field worker. 125k
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Research Findings:
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  • ISS/UNCHS Research Summary. Poverty, Participation and Government Enablement: 33k 

  •  .Part I: Research Findings, Lessons Learned, Recommendations; 70k
     .Part II: Implications for UNCHS (Habitat); 44k and
     .APPENDIX: Summary of Research Design and Methods. 41k
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Community Development Programme (CDP):
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  • CDP Summary Profile. Describes Habitat's CDP/CMP activities world wide; 21k and
  • CDP Document Summaries.  An annotated list of documents produced by CDP globally. 206k
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CMP Uganda (Archived Reports):
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  • Uganda Community Management Home Page, CMP Uganda; 29k
  •  Lessons Learned, How the strategy fared in Uganda; 52k
  •  About CMP Uganda,
  • . . . .  . . . Introduces Uganda Community Management Programme; 49k
  • A Community Perspective in Land Management,
  • . . . .  . . . The CMP Experience in Uganda; 75k
  • CMP Uganda Fact Sheet, Who we are and how you can find us; 53k
  • CDP Documents, Produced by CDP, Annotated list;
  • CMP Documents, Produced by and for the programme; 24k
  • Objectives, Official project objectives; 20k
  • Outputs, Official project outputs. 35k
  • Workshops, Held by CMP Uganda; 22k
  • Acronyms, And abbreviations; 14k
  • Projects, Community projects supported by CMP; 9k
  • Partners, Associates related to CMP Uganda; 17k
  • Staff List, Who worked for CMP Uganda; 32k
  • CMP Uganda Half Year Progress Report for January to June 1997, 53k and
  • CMP Uganda Half Year Progress Report for July to December 1996. 55k
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Home:
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  • Главная Страница, the "Index" or "Home" of this site; 14k
  • Introduction to the Site, if this is your first time to visit; 27k
  • Background and Purpose of the Site, why the site is here; 15k
  • Explanation, troublesome vocabulary for first comer; 27k
  • The list of Training Modules, the core material on this web site; 13k
  • Карта сайта, a cafeteria selection of training documents; 89k and
  • Volunteer Needed, will you help develop this site? 12k
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