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090208 Where We Are With ComPart

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Presentation on ComPart South Workshop Feb. 2009 about the state of the art of ComPart within the ICCO-Alliance and partners.

Presentation on ComPart South Workshop Feb. 2009 about the state of the art of ComPart within the ICCO-Alliance and partners.

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  • 1. ComPart Support where are we today
    • ComPart-South workshop
    • 9-13 February 2009
    • Woudschoten, the Netherlands
  • 2. What do we have
    • ± 60 wikis
    • ± 10 blogs
    • ± 40 Dgroups
    • Compartuser accounts for:
      • Flickr
      • Slideshare
      • Blip
      • Twitter
      • Google calendar
  • 3. ICCO-Alliance staff
    • +/- 180 ICCO-Alliance staff attended awareness sessions
    • Team trainings
    • ComPart surgeries
  • 4. Partners in the South
    • Ouagadougou (partner meeting on WA Education programmes)
    • São Paulo (partner meeting on Rights to Land Programme)
    • Chile (Web2.0 training for Rimisp)
    • Angola (ComPart awareness training for ICCO partners
  • 5. Who and how is really involved
    • ± 30 ICCO-Alliance staff
      • About 10 really active
      • None of the regional working offices
    • ± 10 partner staff (?)
    • Usage “quality” still poor
      • Need to show better advantadges

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