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Rotaract_2012_Rotaract community assessment_workshop_04-05-2012

  1. 1. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLANDRotaract Preconvention 2012 in Bangkok - WorkshopCommunity Assessment: Planning ThroughEvaluationNooranie Muthaliph, Rotaract Club of Panadura, D3220, Sri-LankaFelix Heintz, Rotaract Club Mainz, D1860, Germany
  2. 2. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLANDNooranie Muthaliph - Introduction Rotaract member since 2007 Past President 2010/11 District Director for International Services in District 3220 2011/12 Youth activist since 2003 - passionate about issues that concerns young people Works as programme officer for advocacy and HIV/AIDS at the Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka
  3. 3. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLANDFelix Heintz - Introduction Rotary Youth Exchange 1998/99 in Burlington, Ontario, District 7080, Canada Rotaract member since 1999 Past President in two Rotaract Clubs Rotaract board member from 1999-2010 German MDIO (multi District information organization) „RDK“ (Rotaract Germany Committee) member since 2006-present Chairman of the Rotaract Germany Committee „RDK” 2010/11
  4. 4. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLAND Let’s have a closer look at the topic of todays workshop!Community Assessment: Planning Through Evaluation
  5. 5. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLAND What’s your definition of a community?
  6. 6. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLANDWhat’s Rotary Internationals definition of a community? A group of people who have something in common. Communities are sometimes defined by very tangible things, such as a specific geographic area or government, and sometimes by shared social customs or cultural traditions.* * http://www.rotary.org/ridocuments/en_pdf/605a_en.pdf
  7. 7. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLAND Examples for communities … Your Rotaract/Rotary Club Your Rotaract/Rotary Club District Your MDIO (multi District information organization) Your school / college / university, where you go to Your city, where your Rotaract/Rotary Club is located Your friends between 18 and 30
  8. 8. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLANDCan you name any “Community Assessment Tools”?
  9. 9. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLANDExamples for “Community Assessment Tools”* … 1. Survey 2. Asset Inventory 3. Community Mapping 4. Focus Group 5. Panel Discussion * http://www.rotary.org/RIdocuments/en_pdf/605c_en.pdf
  10. 10. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLANDExample from an evaluation of the situation of 160 Rotaract Clubs in 14 districts in Germany from 2008
  11. 11. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLANDExample from an evaluation of the situation of 160 Rotaract Clubs in 14 districts in Germany from 2008
  12. 12. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLANDExample from an evaluation of the situation of 160 Rotaract Clubs in 14 districts in Germany from 2008
  13. 13. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLAND An Effective Project?
  14. 14. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLANDRotaract Shutterbug RI District 3220 – Sri Lanka Professional Development Project – Photography July – December 2011 6 different Segments Over 15 partner organizations Reached out to both Rotaract and Non-Rotaract audiences Currently in the process of planning the International componant
  15. 15. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLANDProject Cycle 6. Post project 1. Conceptual stage/ initial evaluation and information reporting gathering 5. Project 2. Identification of implementation potential partners 4. Re-examining 3. Resource the project plan mobilization
  16. 16. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLAND ShelterBox Project
  17. 17. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLANDPublications by Rotary International on Community Assessment and Project Planning?
  18. 18. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLANDQuestions?… and Discussion
  19. 19. ROTARACT DEUTSCHLANDFollow us on:communitiesinaction.wordpress.com

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