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MeTA MSP workshop: Introduction to Multi-stakeholder
MeTA MSP workshop: Introduction to Multi-stakeholder
MeTA MSP workshop: Introduction to Multi-stakeholder
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MeTA MSP workshop: Introduction to Multi-stakeholder

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MeTA Multi-stakeholder processes workshop for MeTA pilot countries in Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation, January 2010.

MeTA Multi-stakeholder processes workshop for MeTA pilot countries in Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation, January 2010.

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  • 1. 1/11/2010 MeTA Multi Stakeholder Processes Workshop for MeTA pilot Countries Ghana, Jordan, Kyrgyzstan, Peru, Philippines, Uganda, Zambia 4. Introduction MS process model Simone van Vugt/ Karen Verhoosel Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation January 2010 This session Introduce a generic process model for MSPs Explore your cases: use the generic MSP model 1
  • 2. 1/11/2010 Group work Explore the case you are dealing with and look at the whole process (all stages of the cycle) in sub groups: 1. Go through the generic MSP process model and note for each step (1 4): Have challenging issues been caused by steps that we missed or did not complete? Have positive insights and successes been influenced by steps we did? Process Model for MSP interventions 2
  • 3. 1/11/2010 Initiating Clarify the reasons for an MSP Undertake initial situation analysis (stakeholders, issues, institutions, power and politics) Establish an interim steering body Build stakeholder support Establish the scope, mandate and stakeholder expectations Outline the process, time frame, institutional requirements and resources needs Throughout: learning – monitoring and adapting Adaptive Planning Build stakeholders understanding of each other’s values, motivations, concerns and interests Generate visions for the future (Theories of change) Identify issues, problems and opportunities Examine future scenarios and feasible options Make decisions and agree on key strategies Set objectives and identify actions, timeframes and responsibilities Document and communicate planning outcomes Throughout: learning – monitoring and adapting 3
  • 4. 1/11/2010 Collaborative Action Develop integrated initiatives and detailed action plans Secure resources and technical support Develop capacity of stakeholders Establish required management structures and procedures Manage the implementation process Maintain stakeholder commitment Throughout: learning – monitoring and adapting Reflective Monitoring Create a learning culture and environment Define success criteria (performance questions and indicators) Develop and implement monitoring mechanisms Review and evaluate progress and identify lessons Feed lessons learned back into strategies and implementation procedures 4
  • 5. 1/11/2010 Reflections on cases How different is theory from practice? What is the role of MeTA in the process? How can the Process model be helpful? Thanks! © Wageningen UR 5

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