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7 on community mobilization


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7 on community mobilization

  1. 1. Prepared by: JACO Presented by: Ser Eman Abrea iHELP Training Team
  2. 2. Participants should be seated around tables with Maximum of 6 per table. Have the tables CLEARED from other stuff.
  3. 3. A. Community Profiling: Context Setting (30 mins)
  4. 4. Task 1: Using a Manila Paper, and in complete silence Task 1a a. Drawing what you currently see in the community b. Then every 1 minute, in your table group, turn the manila paper once clockwise and continue drawing. Do this until you are back in with the original side.
  5. 5. Task 1: Using a Manila Paper, and in complete silence Task 1b (still complete silence) c. Then move your Manila paper to the next table group (clockwise), so that you have another group’s manila Paper. d. Now using comics call outs, write the words that you hear in the community. e. Do as in Task 1a (turning Manila paper clockwise every minute)
  6. 6. Task 1: Using a Manila Paper, and in complete silence Task 1c (still complete silence) f. Move again the manila paper to the next group (clockwise) so that you have another group’s manila paper. g. Now using comics like bubbles, give voice to the inner being of the different community stakeholders (not just the people but included structures, nature, etc) h. Do as in Task 1a and 1b,
  7. 7. Task 1: Using a Manila Paper, and in complete silence Task 1d i. Move the manila paper two time counter clockwise so that you are back with your group’s manila paper.
  8. 8. Observe the whole picture of the community! • How close (or far) is this picture with the community you have in mind? • How did “what you hear” and “what you perceive the community feels” affected the whole picture? • What new insights do we have about “knowing” our community context that this process allowed us to learn?
  9. 9. Transition: Notice that our charts are chaotic and disorganized. There seems to be disorder and no unifying element in the picture. Most certainly, the chart is a close reflection of our communities. How do you think we can enhance this chart so that it is more reflective of our HOPES and DREAMS for our community?
  10. 10. B. Visioning: Dreaming (15 mins)
  11. 11. Visioning Task 2 a. In the middle of the chart, Draw a big HEART Image. b. Then “Listen to the community context” and develop a provocative propositions of a desired future – a dream statement – and write inside the HEART image. c. Post your charts and we will have a gallery walk.
  12. 12. Group Reflection • What are your thoughts and feelings about this NEW chart? • How does the HEART change the entire picture? • What is the significance of this HEART, in relation to the community context?
  13. 13. Transition: The Heart changes everything. People need to have the same HEART if the community is to move towards its HOPES and DREAMS. The community needs to articulate their ONE heart so that it becomes the DOMINANT element in their community. When people are ONE, the possibility for communal engagement is limitless!
  15. 15. Mobilization: Eliciting communal participation (30 mins) In the same group, assigned who will be Person A, B and C. Then listen to this instruction: • You are to build a tower in 10 minutes. • You will do this in complete silence • Each will be given materials that you can share with the group • BUT you are not to get any materials from your group mates. NOR can you ASK from them. • YOU can share but you CAN NOT ask and get.
  16. 16. Continue on…. • Please listen to the next important instruction!
  17. 17. Thank you!