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Emphasis strategies and approaches

  1. 1. EMPHASISStrategies and Approaches
  2. 2. CLCP – Matching issues• Organization , Identify leaders, build knowledge, get support, and build their capacity• Find out issues that the community is facing• If the issues are not matching with those of our project, like ID card, yet we will find out how these issues can be overcome• After that we can try to match or implement our issues along with theirs. Many times opportunities for matching will come up like Pregnancy and HIV
  3. 3. ID Cards• In our Log frame or in our project there is no mention of ID Card. However, we can facilitate solutions to ID card from the community like from members who have procured it.• Linking with EMPHASIS programs: ID card with birth, institutional delivery, health, and thereby to HIV• A community leader can be made who will take down the names of those who need ID Cards
  4. 4. • Issue comes up when community members want to open a bank account, Voters ID card,• Gender resource centers of Modicare and ACT, the schemes that are available from the Govt., we can see whether our population can be included in the beneficiary categories• RTI not to be misused for minor issues.• Legal framework for the NMP in India need to be understand.• Entitlement Rights of NMP in India.• Knowledge sharing on entitlement rights of NMP in India.
  5. 5. • Characteristics in rural & urban areas are different.• We need to work together with specific issues.• Advocacy and Facilitation are the issues that need to discussed in dealing with the NMP.• Our knowledge about entitlement rights of NMP.
  6. 6. • We are primarily working on to unite the NMP community on their rights and other issues.• Community dreams need to build to achieve their goals. (CLCP)• Community vision, goals and EMPHASIS goals (two important issues).
  7. 7. TI & CLCP differences.TI CLCP• Donor driven • Community driven• Fixed target, goals, • Evolving. programs. • Community leaders.• Program is restricted • CLCP is basically a (more or less) on funding. bottom up approach.• Issues may different • In some communities it is (Health, HIV/AIDS, a Church driven Education etc) programs.• Not sustainable. • Ownership is maximum. • More sustainable
  8. 8. Locations for CLCP:CARE • Will facilitate in 2 /city locations.NGO (Modicare) • 1locations 36NGO (Anchal) • 1 locationsNGO (BGSVS) • 2 location 10NGO (BPWT) • 2 locations 60NGO (Mumbai) • 2 (possible) 15 • 10 Total 121
  9. 9. Process of CLCP• SALT visit (After Action Review)• Dream building (AAR)• Self Assessment Tools (AAR)• Action Planning (AAR)• Action (AAR)• Self Measurement of Change (AAR)• Change in dreams.
  10. 10. • Understanding & strategy need to be developed on program sustainability.• Understanding of program strategy leads to proper implementation of the program.• Everybody believes that the CLCP process is community driven.• CLCP is a challenging task for both CARE & its implementing partners.• How CLCP process is effective in dealing with NMP?

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