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1 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 1 Communities for Child Wellbeing: Tools for Child Focussed Programme Design Facilitator Training Module 3 Visit 3 These slides are to be used in conjunction with Visit 3 Facilitator Training: Lesson Plans World Vision Lao PDR Gisela Ervin-Ward and Daniel Matter Illustrations: Souliya Poumivong Photos and Video: Daniel Matter and WV Lao PDR Staff

2 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 2 Sources, References and Acknowledgements The PLA Tools and Lesson Plans featured in this document are based on the decades of field experience of thousands of development workers and on newly developed material. In addition the core ideas learned from these varied practitioners have been thoroughly tested and refined for the communities with whom World Vision Laos works. As a result, there are no direct references for these tools, but the authors wish to acknowledge the work that has come before them in developing these tools and materials. The content of this PLA process has been developed, tested and documented by Gisela Ervin-Ward and Daniel Matter. Technical input was provided by Seamus Anderson, Pieter-Jan Bouw and Emma Townsend-Gault. Field testing and subsequent feedback was considerably enhanced by the Design, Monitoring and Evaluation and ADP Staff of Luang Prabang and Savannakhet Provinces of World Vision Laos. Their patience with the difficulties of an iterative process is very much appreciated. Particular thanks goes to Kongchay Vixathep, Manichanh Phongsavatdy, Latthaya Kho and Houmpanh Soulivongxay. The development of this process was supported both financially and technically by World Vision’s Children in Ministry Department (particularly Paul Stephenson), World Vision UK and World Vision US. Regional field expertise was provided by World Vision Cambodia and World Vision Vietnam. An international technical advisory group met regularly to support the process, and particular thanks must go to the following people: Sovithyea Chea, Deng Xiong Chounu, Marion Cowell, Prasanna DeSilva, Bill Forbes, Nigel Goddard, Vatsana Inthavong, Samson Jeyakumar, Greg Kearnes, Kerry Anne McKenzie, Vithanya Noonan, Micael Olsson, Sirisouk Phanthavongs, Brett Pierce, Loretta Rose, Siddhartha Sahu, Viphakorn Sipadith, Roger Steele, Paul Stephenson. Technical advice and support was provided by Judith Ennew from Knowing Children that assisted in the difficult task of making this process child focussed with an emphasis on improving the wellbeing of children.

3 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 3 GAME: “What is it?” Describing Choose Judges Choose Teams Choose ‘Describers’ and ‘Guessers’ ‘Describer’ describes word on card WITHOUT using that word ‘Guessers’ try to guess the word First team to guess correctly wins a point Team with most points at end of training WINS! Module 3.1

4 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 4 Questions How is this game relevant to your experience with the community? What can we learn from playing this game? Module 3.1

5 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 5 What’s First? What is this training for? –To learn how to use the Tools for Visit 3 and to prepare for the Visit Training timetable Setting group norms Participants’ experiences and expectations Module 3.1; 3.2; 3.3

6 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 6 Review of Visit 2: River of Life Module 3.4

7 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 7 Facilitation Practice Report Card Ask questions and listen actively Moderate the group discussion Contribute technical knowledge Convey empathy General constructive comments Module 3.5

8 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 8 Visit 3: Creating Village Action Plan Purpose: –To create a Development Goal, Objectives and Activities with the community –To produce Village Action Plans Module 3.6

9 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 9 What is a Village Action Plan? A goal focussed plan that is developed by the community that help to identify and organise development activities Module 3.6

10 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 10 What are the key elements of a Village Action Plan? Goal Objectives Activities Module 3.6

11 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 11 Example of a Village Action Plan Module 3.6

12 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 12 Tool 16: Summary workshop of the last two Visits Purpose –To organise tools into a format that is easy to use in the village for identifying goals, objectives and activities without making them unrecognisable to community members –To represent tools in a visual form that were conducted in a highly literary way Module 3.7

13 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 13 How do we do Tool 16? This will be done during this training OR in ADP Office in District before leaving Work in your ADP groups Put tools into a format that can be displayed Summarise the Case Studies to make them visual and anonymous Prepare one “Village Action Plan” grid for each of the 4 villages visited during Visit 3 Module 3.7

14 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 14 Summary prepared based on the results of village maps Example of Tool 16 Module 3.7

15 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 15 Reporting Tool 16 This is a preparation tool so no reporting is required

16 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 16 Tool 17: Message 2 Contribution of the Community and Sponsorship Purpose –To reintroduce ourselves –To explain and explore the communities’ contribution to the ADP –To explore and explain sponsorship Module 3.7

17 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 17 Who should participate: checking the sample Who should be in the sample? Why is it important that these people attend? What would happen if the sample kept changing? Module 3.7

18 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 18 How do we do Tool 17? Check the Sample Explain the purpose of the tool Introduce every team member Use the picture cards Use the notes on cards as a guide – don’t read directly Conduct focus group discussion as per notes Module 3.8

19 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 19 Reporting Tool 17 Fill in the results of the Focus Group Discussion about resources for development into Reporting Template Don’t forget to take photos Module 3.8

20 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 20 Tool 18: Creating a Goal for Child Wellbeing for the Village Action Plan Purpose –To raise awareness in the community about the role and perceptions of children –To gather information on the perception of child wellbeing at different age stages –To create a Goal for Child Wellbeing for the Village Action Plans This tool is done differently with adults and children! Module 3.9

21 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 21 How do we do Tool 18 with children? Ask 2 groups of girls and 2 groups of boys of about 6 children to draw a picture of a happy and an unhappy child at different ages: –Group 1: Draws a picture of a happy and an unhappy baby (less than 1 year old); –Group 2: Draws a picture of a happy and an unhappy child that is about 6-years old; –Group 3: Draws a picture of a happy and an unhappy child that is about 10-years old; –Group 4: Draws a picture of a happy and an unhappy teenager (about 17 years old) Ask children to talk about their pictures Module 3.9

22 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 22 Example of Tool 18 with children Module 3.9

23 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 23 Drawing of a happy and an unhappy baby (less than 1 year old) Example of Tool 18 with children Unhappy Baby Happy Baby Module 3.9

24 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 24 Example of Tool 18 with children Drawing of a happy and an unhappy child about 6-years old; Module 3.9

25 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 25 Example of Tool 18 with children Drawing of a happy and an unhappy child about 10-years old Module 3.9

26 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 26 Example of Tool 18 with children Drawing of a happy and an unhappy child about 17-years old Module 3.9

27 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 27 Example of Tool 18 with children: Video 1 Module 3.9

28 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 28 How do we do Tool 18 with children? Attach pictures drawn by children at the top of the Village Action Plan Grid Module 3.9

29 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 29 How do we do Tool 18 with adults? Give adults a time line of a child’s life Ask them to mark life stages Ask them to discuss what represents a good life for children at these stages and to list indicators Ask the key questions Do this with pictures rather than words as much as possible Attach to top of Village Action Plan grid Module 3.9

30 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 30 Example of Tool 18 with adults Module 3.9

31 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 31 How do we do Tool 18 with adults? Module 3.9 Attach pictures drawn by adults at the top of the Village Action Plan Grid

32 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 32 Example of Tool 18 with adults: Video 2 Module 3.9

33 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 33 Reporting Tool 18 Fill in any new information in the Cumulative Livelihoods Analysis Template Fill in Reporting Template Don’t forget to take photos See next slide for example of reporting Module 3.9

34 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 34 Happy ChildUnhappy Child Child HouseParents Rice fields Happy child: nice clothes, regularly attending school, active, able to speak, arrives at school on time, good study results, enough school materials, has toys parents bought on the market, does not have to beg for other childrens‘ toys, healthy, growing well Unhappy child: uneducated, poor learning results, ugly and dirty notebook, weak, thin, not enough rice to eat, no food diversity, no toys, lonely when parents go to the forest to collect food, no money to go to the hospital when sick Happy child: parents take care well, buy the child necessary school materials, parents have a motorbike or car so that they can easily travel and meet friends Unhappy child: parents can‘t fulfil the child‘s needs, parents don‘t have the time to care about the child, no supporting relatives Happy child: lives in a nice and big permanent house with TV, wooden walls and tile roof Unhappy child: lives in a very small house, the sun shines through the walls and the roof, thatched roof Happy child: the family has a household garden and large rice fields Unhappy child: family owns just a few small rice fields

35 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 35 Activities and Objectives in Village Action Plans For a Village Action Plan to be successful it must have good: –OBJECTIVES –ACTIVITIES Module 3.10

36 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 36 Why are Development Objectives important? They make people think about they they do development activities and what makes them meaningful and relevant They are needed for measuring impact They are the basis of the Village Action Plan Module 3.10

37 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 37 What is the difference between an objective and an activity? Module 3.10

38 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 38 Module 3.10

39 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 39 Module 3.10

40 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 40 Module 3.10

41 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 41 What is the difference between an objective and an activity? OBJECTIVE: Something to be achieved ACTIVITY: Something that we do to contribute to achieving and objective Module 3.10

42 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 42 What is the difference between an objective and an activity? OBJECTIVE: Something to be achieved ACTIVITY: Something that we do to contribute to achieving and objective Module 3.10

43 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 43 Fill in the table Development ObjectiveActivity/Solution Improve the quality of education for all village children Introduce new fruit crop; conduct market research; start village fund; provide manufacturing training to women Reduce the infant mortality rate Module 3.10

44 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 44 Possible answers Development ObjectiveActivity/Solution Improve the quality of education for all village children Upgrade school building; buy textbooks; institute school lunch programme; run campaign to encourage families to send all children to school Increase family incomesIntroduce new fruit crop; conduct market research; start village fund; provide manufacturing training to women Reduce the infant mortality rateTrain another Traditional Birth Attendant; improve village heath centre building; provide nutrition training to new mothers Module 3.10

45 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 45 The difference between objectives and activities Words that often are found in an objective are: Improved, increased, reduced, better Because the objectives are focused on the improvement of child wellbeing children should be mentioned in the objective Module 3.10

46 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 46 Tool 19: Create Village Action Plan Purpose: –To create a Village Action Plan for each group (men, women, boys, girls) that will contribute to the Combined Village Action Plan Module 3.11

47 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 47 What facilitation skills are required for this tool? Ability to clearly explain difficult concepts Ability to guide answers into appropriate format without taking over Encouraging everyone to draw Encouraging everyone to contribute to conversations Asking prompting questions Asking WHY questions Taking good notes Module 3.11

48 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 48 How do we do Tool 19 with Adults? Steps 1&2 REVIEW Make a display of all the following tools: –Tool 2: Historical Time Line –Tool 15: Seasonal Calendar –Tool 8: Village Orientation Walk –Tool 9&10: Village Social, Resource and Dream Maps –Tool 11: Case Studies with vulnerable families –Tool 20: Child Life Timeline Encourage participants to look at all the Tools and talk about them Module 3.11

49 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 49 Example of Tool 19 Steps 1&2 REVIEW Module 3.11

50 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 50 Tool 19 Steps 1&2 Video 3 Module 3.11

51 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 51 Tool 19 Steps 3 – 10 OBJECTIVES Explain participants the difference between an objective and an activity → use the 3 posters Module 3.11

52 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 52 Ask participants to look at all the displayed tools again to identify development objectives from these tools. In other words, ask them to list the ‘Dreams’ that they identified in the tools. Put an emphasis on objectives NOT a ‘wish list’ of items or activities Tool 19 Steps 3 – 10 OBJECTIVES cont. Module 3.11

53 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 53 Farmers in Noi Village wish to improve rice production Module 3.11

54 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 54 Write each objective they mention on a yellow card (use a separate card for each objective) Whenever people mention activities ask “what positive impact will this activity have” or “why do you want to have this activity” to turn activities into objectives. Module 3.11 Tool 19 Steps 3 – 10 OBJECTIVES cont.

55 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 55 Select one picture to represent each objective (BUT, do not show pictures with all the objectives beforehand) Module 3.11 Tool 19 Steps 3 – 10 OBJECTIVES cont.

56 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 56 Ask all the participants to rank all objectives by their importance/ positive effect on the lives of children. Give each participant 5 stones to vote Every time someone votes for a picture ask “Why do you think is this important and what effect will it have on the live of children?” Make sure that one person is taking notes of the answers Module 3.11 Tool 19 Steps 3 – 10 OBJECTIVES cont.

57 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 57 Example of Tool 19 Steps 3 – 10 OBJECTIVES Module 3.11

58 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 58 Tool 19 Steps 3 – 10 OBJECTIVES Video 4 Module 3.11

59 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 59 Tool 19 Steps ACTIVITIES Use the Village Action Plan template that you have been working on Refer to the Goal and to the Development Objectives ASK PARTICIPANTS: “What activities still need to be done to achieve ‘Child Development Objective X’” → Remind participants that these things can be continuations of things that are already happening, revival of things that have been done in the past or completely new activities. Encourage participants to build on existing experience and knowledge. Module 3.11

60 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 60 Tool 19 Steps ACTIVITIES Use a pre-prepared picture or ask participants to draw a picture into the appropriate column in the Village Action Plan template to represent each activity Module 3.11

61 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 61 Tool 19 Steps 18 – 25 BARRIERS, RESOURCES, RESPONSIBILITIES ASK PARTICIPANTS: “What difficulties/ barriers does your community face in achieving Activity X’? Which factors are working against ‘Activity X’ in your village?” Encourage participants to write/draw each barrier/ factor in the appropriate column in the Village Action Plan ASK PARTICIPANTS: “What resources does your community need to achieve Activity X?” Encourage participants to write/draw needed resources in the appropriate column in the Village Action Plan ASK PARTICIPANTS: “Who could be responsible for Activity X?” Encourage participants to write/draw people/ groups responsible in the appropriate column in the Village Action Plan Module 3.11

62 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 62 Module 3.11 Tool 19 Steps 18 – 25 BARRIERS, RESOURCES, RESPONSIBILITIES

63 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 63 How do we do Tool 19 with children and teenagers? Steps 1&2 REVIEW Prepare a display with all completed tools. Ask children to discuss development objectives identified in different tools Module 3.11

64 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 64 Tool 19 Steps 1&2 REVIEW Video 5 Module 3.11

65 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 65 Tool 19 Steps OBJECTIVES Ask children to rank the most important elements of their Dream Map by giving each child 5 stones to place on the map Module 3.11

66 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 66 Tool 19 Steps OBJECTIVES Ask children to draw a picture to represent each objective on the top of separate pieces of paper. Stick these pictures into the ‘objectives’ sections of the Village Action Plan template Module 3.11

67 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 67 Use the Village Action Plan template that you have been working on Ask the children “What do we need to do to make the Development Objectives happen?” or “What do we need to do to make these dreams come true?” Ask children to draw a picture into the “proposed activities” column in the Village Action Plan template to represent each answer. Tool 19 Steps 8 – 13 ACTIVITIES Module 3.11

68 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 68 Module 3.11 Tool 19 Steps OBJECTIVES cont.

69 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 69 Tool 19 Steps BARRIERS, RESOURCES, RESPONSIBILITIES ASK BOYS AND GIRLS: “What difficulties/ barriers does your community face in achieving Activity X’? Which factors are working against ‘Activity X’ in your village?” Encourage participants to write/draw each barrier/ factor in the appropriate column in the Village Action Plan ASK BOYS AND GIRLS: “What resources does your community need to achieve Activity X?” Encourage participants to write/draw needed resources in the appropriate column in the Village Action Plan ASK BOYS AND GIRLS: “Who could be responsible for Activity X?” Encourage participants to write/draw people/ groups responsible in the appropriate column in the Village Action Plan Module 3.11

70 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 70 Module 3.11 Tool 19 Steps BARRIERS, RESOURCES, RESPONSIBILITIES cont.

71 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 71 Reporting Tool 19 Add any new information to the Cumulative Livelihoods Analysis Template Fill in reporting template Don’t leave any box blank – if there is no answer, explain why Take a photo of the completed Village Action Plan Module 3.11

72 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 72 Tool 20: Feedback and Consolidation of Village Action Plans Purpose: –To feedback Village Action Plans to all groups –To consolidate all Village Action Plans into one Community Village Action plan that can be systematically implemented and managed Module 3.12

73 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 73 How do we do Tool 20? Bring all members of all groups together Prepare Gallery Walk of all Village Action Plans Take highest ranked Objective from each Village Action Plan and put on Village Action Plan Template Repeat until you have 5 – 8 objectives Use pictures to represent each objective Let every participant vote on most important objective with 2 stones When finished work with 1 representative from each group to complete Village Action Plan Module 3.12

74 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 74 How do we do Tool 20?

75 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 75 Example of completed combined Village Action Plan Module 3.12

76 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 76 Reporting Tool 20 Add any new information to the Cumulative Livelihoods Analysis Template Fill in reporting template Don’t leave any box blank – if there is no answer, explain why Take a photo of the completed Village Action Plan Module 3.12

77 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 77 Tool 21: Presentation of Village Action Plan to all Interested People Purpose: –To present the village action plan to all interested people in the village (not just the participants) –To invite feedback –To seek volunteers to take part in activities Module 3.13

78 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 78 How do we do Tool 21? Invite all interested people Ask Nai Ban to present Village Action Plan Ask for volunteers Provide support to Nai Ban to facilitate questions Use Message cards if necessary to explain the role of the community and World Vision Take notes of discussion for reporting Module 3.13

79 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 79 Reporting Tool 21 Pay special attention to the things that seemed important to the participants If you ask the Key Questions, you will be able to fully complete the reporting template Module 3.13

80 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 80 Tool 22: Visit 3 Completion Checklist Purpose: –To make sure the purpose of the Visit has been achieved Module 3.14

81 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 81 How do we do Tool 22? Gather the PLA team together (not community members) Discuss and fill in the checklist Discuss the Key Questions Complete any incomplete checklist items ADP Coordinator to sign checklist and attach to reports Module 3.14

82 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 82 Reporting Tool 22 There is no reporting template for Tool 22, but the completed, signed checklist should be attached to the completed reports Module 3.14

83 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 83 Tool 23: Reporting Day

84 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 84 Planning for Fieldwork What do you need? (See Guidelines) What do you need to get it? Whose job is it to organise these things? Who will facilitate each activity? Module 3.15

85 COMMUNITIES FOR CHILD WELLBEING: TOOLS FOR CHILD FOCUSSED PROGRAMME DESIGN VISIT 3 World Vision Lao PDR Copyright © 2009 Slide 85 Daily Feedback Module 3.16


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