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Excercise day 6.pptx

  1. The Relational Model of Volunteering This methodology emphasizes the importance of relationships in volunteering and why we should focus on how we engage as well as the outcomes of our engagement.
  2. Example I would like to volunteer in a hospital ensuring that people with disability are accessing adequate services and support from the facility and the community. Areas of personal growth Relational outcome I want to contribute to Thematic (development Outcome) Develop my skill of delivering a quality work as a volunteer Quality and effectiveness Learn how SRHR is provided to those who are disabled Improve my attitude towards working with others Collaboration Understand better the hospital/facility engagement with the community are health issues Practice the steps to take an effective social action Social action Understand the Health policies and related practices Innovation Better contribute to the inclusion of disable groups in access of health services
  3. Exercise Brainstorming activity • Where and in what sectors you would like to volunteer at, what you would like to learn and contribute towards? • Areas you want to grow in personally by the end of the volunteering programme? • Relate your own reason for volunteering and write how it can relate to the 8 dimensions • present the results to the class.

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  1. N.B. This should be as detailed as much as possible and, if possible, should be compiled and shared with the facilitators and to serve as an evidence to inform/influence the volunteer placement arrangement.
  2. Activity 2 Ask participants to relate the activity earlier (their own reason for volunteering) and how it can relate to the 8 dimensions. Do they think it is related to their own thinking? What new things have they found out. Assistant/Facilitator: to support in compiling feedbacks so that there is reflection before going to the next session.