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Step 4: Empowering Market Actors

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Empowering Marginalised Actors provides guidance on how to build the skills of actors who start from a point of marginalisation so that they can engage proactively with more powerful and market savvy ...

Empowering Marginalised Actors provides guidance on how to build the skills of actors who start from a point of marginalisation so that they can engage proactively with more powerful and market savvy actors.

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    Step 4: Empowering Market Actors Step 4: Empowering Market Actors Presentation Transcript

    • Step 4: EmpoweringMarginalised Actors BACK TO MAP
    • 4 Empowering Marginalised Actors Summary Empowering Marginalised Actors provides guidance on how to build the skills of actors who start from a point of marginalisation so that they can engage proactively with more powerful and market savvy actors.
    • 4 Empowering Marginalised Actors Rationale The empowering marginalised actors stage will allow you to: • Prepare marginalised actors to make the PMSD process work for them • Build market literacy, dialogue and negotiation and representation and mobilisation skills in marginalised actors • Help representatives of marginalised actors to represent the interests of their peers effectively in the PMSD process • Orient more powerful actors to communicate productively and effectively with marginalised actors
    • 4 Empowering Marginalised Actors Top Tips • Focus on developing market literacy, and skills for representation, mobilisation, dialogue and negotiation • Be very clear about how you define “marginalised” • Make time to analyse who the marginalised actors within the system actually are • It is impossible to empower every actor; instead, engage representatives who can inform and mobilise their peers • Keep in mind that you may also need to provide guidance to more powerful actors on how to work productively with marginalised actors
    • 4 Empowering Marginalised Actors Guidelines Download a detailed set of notes describing our past experiences, recommendations and action points on how to build the skills of marginalised actors so that they can engage proactively with more powerful and market savvy actors • Step 4 Guidelines – Empowering Marginalised Actors
    • 4 Empowering Marginalised Actors Training Before you start training practitioners on how to facilitate workshops, make sure you have covered the Facilitation Skills and Attitudes module. This module enables participants to be more confident and competent in putting the tools and principles of PMSD into practice. • Facilitation Skills Training Materials – Facilitator Guide • Facilitation Skills Training Materials – Slides
    • 4 Empowering Marginalised Actors Training Download training materials that can be used in workshops to train practitioners in how to empower marginalised actors, through games, exercises and discussions. • Step 4 Training Materials – Facilitator Guide • Step 4 Training Materials – Slides
    • 4 Empowering Marginalised Actors Case Studies Read case studies of how other projects have empowered market actors: • Young Rural Entrepreneurs in Peru • Making Markets Work in Bangladesh
    • 4 Empowering Marginalised Actors Further Resources • UNIDO - Pro-Poor Value Chain Development Includes a tool to investigate how the value chain affects poor people in the value chain, and the impact of gender based constraints • Pathways Out Of Poverty toolkit Provides a tool for bringing the poorest actors to a point of empowerment • Grameen Shakti’s Value Chain Identification for the poorest Toolkit Further guidance on selecting value chains that have the maximum potential to engage and positively impact very poor populations. • Center for Creative Leadership Giving effective feedback: The Situation + Behaviour + Impact (SBI) model
    • 4 Empowering Marginalised Actors The Roadmap 1 Market System Selection 2 Preliminary Mapping and Analysis 3 Strategic Design and Planning 4 Empowering Marginalised Actors 5 Engaging Key Actors 6 Participatory Market Mapping 7 Participatory Planning 8 Facilitating Change 9 Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning 10 Communicating Evidence for Uptake