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PROCESS OF COMMUNITY
ORGANIZATION
Dr. Sandeep Giri
Department of Social Work
Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi
dr.sandeep@mgkvp.ac.in
Semester-II
Course Code: MSW 202 Paper: Community Organization
Program: Master of Social Work
TOPIC
Steps and Process
Keywords: Community study, core group
formation, community meeting & evaluation
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knowledge.
DISCLAIMER
Learning Objective
After going through this module the learner will able to understand:
1. meaning of ‘process’ in community organization,
2. Steps and phases of community organization,
3. acquaint with different kind activities and action involved in this process,
4. Knowledge forming a CBO for different issue and needs.
WELCOME!!
STUDENTS!!!!
.
What is Process?
• As we have learnt earlier, community organization is a “process”.
• This process is representative of a movement or collective action, which may be
conscious, voluntary or involuntary, from the identification of a problem or objective to
the solution of the problem or attainment of the objective/s identified by the community.
• From the beginning to the end, this process involves a series of steps which although
distinct may overlap in real practice.
• The sequence of these steps or stages may also vary, depending on the specific
context in which they are applied.
Basic Steps of Community Organization
INTEGRATION
01
Community Study
02
ISSUE IDENTIFICATION &
ANALYSIS
03
CORE GROUP FORMATION
04
GROUND WORK &
COMMUNITY MEETING
05
EVALUATION
&REFLECTION
08
MOBILIZATION &
ACTION
07
PHASE OUT
10
FORMALZATION OF COMMUNITY
BASED ORGANIZATION
09
ROLE PLAYING
06
.
• Introduce Your Self in Community by Formal Invitation.
• Involve and immerse herself/himself into community life and try to
experience same thing as Local People feels.
• Develop Mutual Respect, Trust, faith and acceptance among local people.
• Integration can be done by acting many ways such as: participation in local
affairs, meeting people and visit their houses, congregating and conversing
with the people in communal areas and attending social functions like
festivals, weddings, poja and other ceremonial fest , etc.
.
• Community study comprise systematic investigation and analysis of socio-
economic conditions, demographic and resource mapping along with
identification of problems, causes of problems and local copping pattern of
the people. This process involves research and assessment activities.
• The worker identifies community’s felt need, common interests and attitudes
to the issues, potential leaders and sensitize local people about situation and
organize to bring desired changes.
• CS method incorporates participatory research tools such as observation,
review of secondary data and published reports news, interviews or dialogues
with various stakeholders and local people and focus group discussions
(FGD) with leaders and local officials .
• CS is a continuous and on going process.
Community Study/ Community Profile
02
.
• This is step involve defining, analyzing and ranking community problems
according to their importance on the basis of findings of community study.
• Selecting most immediate needs or problems is main objective of the process
which can be meet out with available community resource and capacity of
organization.
• common felt needs are main focused in social work intervention (not perceived
needs of the community).
• All these selections and prioritizing of issues are done through active
participation and discussion with local community leaders, groups and
organization.
ISSUE IDENTIFICATION & ANALYSIS
03
.
• The preparation of core group starts from integration phase wherein apart from
experiencing community life, worker tries to locate important peoples who
could be change agents in community organization process.
• Core group formation involves change seeking individuals, local leaders and
members of marginalized section of the community who have been spotted by
the organizer during the integration and study phase.
• The constituted core group has big responsibility of deciding the vision, mission,
goals and organizational structure of the organization.
• Building strong organization is key for bringing desired changes in community..
• Initially core group has informal or temporary leaders later on formal set
leaders can be elected or chosen by a community.
CORE GROUP FORMATION
04
.
• In ground work phase worker tries to aware and motivate community people
about the issue on a one-on-one basis, in community meetings and through
informal group discussions and raises consensus for collective action with a
core group.
• Conscientization is an important strategy which community organizer uses to
aware and motivate local people.
• After this is achieved, a community meeting is held to arrive at an agreement
on the necessary actions and to delineate tasks to be undertaken to resolve
the issue or problem.
• Community organizer should facilitate core group to handles the meeting,
and keep himself stay in the background.
GROUND WORK & COMMUNITY MEETING
05
.
▪ Develop skills of leadership, organizing, Issue and Need
Assessment, planning and resource mobilization.
▪ Develop will and confidence in community people for action.
▪ Organize simulation practice for the community members to get
experience of how issues are managed in real scenario.
▪ The organizer envisions every scenario that may take place during
"confrontation" or "dialogue" between the community and the
"target” and help people to learn those skills and knowledge which
would make them go through.
▪ It aims to prepare the leaders for the actual process of negotiation
and anticipates possible outcomes to ensure victory for the
community. This process is usually done in issue-based organizing
CAPACITY BUILDING & ROLE PLAYING
06
.
• This is the high point of the organizing process.
• The collective action may have engaging in a dialogue or protest under issue-based
organizing, starting a livelihood project or a cooperative under project-based organizing.
• Mobilization or action is the community's expression of power while confronting the powerful.
• Ordering/Prioritizing Needs
• Analysis and Redefinition Of Problems
• Formulation of Achievable Objectives
• Work Out the Alternatives
• Selection of an Appropriate Alternative
• Work Out a Plan of Action
• Mobilisation of Resources
• Implementation of Action
• Monitoring and Supervising
MOBILIZATION & ACTION
07
.
• The evaluation activity should be conducted after every action or
mobilization, so that people learn lessons from their mistakes and
improve future actions.
• Objectives of evaluation activity should be clearly defined and must
use right tools and method for assessment.
• It gives opportunity to organization to introspect its the strengths and
weaknesses of the community's mobilization.
• Evaluation can be undertaken either on a periodic basis (formative)
or at the end (summative) of a phase or at the end of the programme/
activity.
EVALUATION & REFLECTION
08
.
• After finishing program activities for achieving desired objectives,
now it is time to formalization of CBO.
• Now people have understood about their strength and ability to
bring changes in their life.
• They become confidents and have faith in their self and they are
ready to own the organizational responsibility .
FORMALZATION OF COMMUNITY BASED
ORGANIZATION
09
.
• Community Organization is an enabling process, there comes a time
when the organizer becomes dispensable and the People's
Organizations (POs) take over.
• The indicators for success set by the Community Organizer(CO) have
been significantly met are following
• high levels of socio-political awareness among people,
• democratic participation,
• a vibrant pool of trained community leaders,
• Have clear plans and goals set by the community,
• Willingness of owning organization’s responsibility and control
• Phase out steps includes the transfer of community organizing roles and
responsibilities as well as documents.
PHASE OUT
10
➢ The process of community organization is conscious and planned effort
to the solution of the problem or attainment of the objective/s identified
by the community.
➢ This process involves a series of steps which may distinct, overlap and
different to place, nature of problem and purpose of collective action in
real practice.
➢ Main aim of the community organization process is to empower
community people through organizing them and to take control over all
the affairs that affecting their life experiences by collective action and
participation.
Summary
• Q1. What do you mean by the process in community organization? Explain.
Q2. What does community organizer do at Integration phase? Discuss.
• Q3. Discuss role of social worker during all the phases of community organization.
• Q4.What are indicator that reflect the successful community organizing? Explain.
Check Your Progress
.
References
• Asian NGO Coalition for Agrarian Reform and Rural Development
(ANGOC) http://www.angoc.org/
THANK YOU

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Process of CO.pdf

  • 1. PROCESS OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION Dr. Sandeep Giri Department of Social Work Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi dr.sandeep@mgkvp.ac.in Semester-II Course Code: MSW 202 Paper: Community Organization Program: Master of Social Work TOPIC Steps and Process Keywords: Community study, core group formation, community meeting & evaluation
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  • 3. Learning Objective After going through this module the learner will able to understand: 1. meaning of ‘process’ in community organization, 2. Steps and phases of community organization, 3. acquaint with different kind activities and action involved in this process, 4. Knowledge forming a CBO for different issue and needs.
  • 5. What is Process? • As we have learnt earlier, community organization is a “process”. • This process is representative of a movement or collective action, which may be conscious, voluntary or involuntary, from the identification of a problem or objective to the solution of the problem or attainment of the objective/s identified by the community. • From the beginning to the end, this process involves a series of steps which although distinct may overlap in real practice. • The sequence of these steps or stages may also vary, depending on the specific context in which they are applied.
  • 6. Basic Steps of Community Organization INTEGRATION 01 Community Study 02 ISSUE IDENTIFICATION & ANALYSIS 03 CORE GROUP FORMATION 04 GROUND WORK & COMMUNITY MEETING 05 EVALUATION &REFLECTION 08 MOBILIZATION & ACTION 07 PHASE OUT 10 FORMALZATION OF COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATION 09 ROLE PLAYING 06
  • 7. . • Introduce Your Self in Community by Formal Invitation. • Involve and immerse herself/himself into community life and try to experience same thing as Local People feels. • Develop Mutual Respect, Trust, faith and acceptance among local people. • Integration can be done by acting many ways such as: participation in local affairs, meeting people and visit their houses, congregating and conversing with the people in communal areas and attending social functions like festivals, weddings, poja and other ceremonial fest , etc.
  • 8. . • Community study comprise systematic investigation and analysis of socio- economic conditions, demographic and resource mapping along with identification of problems, causes of problems and local copping pattern of the people. This process involves research and assessment activities. • The worker identifies community’s felt need, common interests and attitudes to the issues, potential leaders and sensitize local people about situation and organize to bring desired changes. • CS method incorporates participatory research tools such as observation, review of secondary data and published reports news, interviews or dialogues with various stakeholders and local people and focus group discussions (FGD) with leaders and local officials . • CS is a continuous and on going process. Community Study/ Community Profile 02
  • 9. . • This is step involve defining, analyzing and ranking community problems according to their importance on the basis of findings of community study. • Selecting most immediate needs or problems is main objective of the process which can be meet out with available community resource and capacity of organization. • common felt needs are main focused in social work intervention (not perceived needs of the community). • All these selections and prioritizing of issues are done through active participation and discussion with local community leaders, groups and organization. ISSUE IDENTIFICATION & ANALYSIS 03
  • 10. . • The preparation of core group starts from integration phase wherein apart from experiencing community life, worker tries to locate important peoples who could be change agents in community organization process. • Core group formation involves change seeking individuals, local leaders and members of marginalized section of the community who have been spotted by the organizer during the integration and study phase. • The constituted core group has big responsibility of deciding the vision, mission, goals and organizational structure of the organization. • Building strong organization is key for bringing desired changes in community.. • Initially core group has informal or temporary leaders later on formal set leaders can be elected or chosen by a community. CORE GROUP FORMATION 04
  • 11. . • In ground work phase worker tries to aware and motivate community people about the issue on a one-on-one basis, in community meetings and through informal group discussions and raises consensus for collective action with a core group. • Conscientization is an important strategy which community organizer uses to aware and motivate local people. • After this is achieved, a community meeting is held to arrive at an agreement on the necessary actions and to delineate tasks to be undertaken to resolve the issue or problem. • Community organizer should facilitate core group to handles the meeting, and keep himself stay in the background. GROUND WORK & COMMUNITY MEETING 05
  • 12. . ▪ Develop skills of leadership, organizing, Issue and Need Assessment, planning and resource mobilization. ▪ Develop will and confidence in community people for action. ▪ Organize simulation practice for the community members to get experience of how issues are managed in real scenario. ▪ The organizer envisions every scenario that may take place during "confrontation" or "dialogue" between the community and the "target” and help people to learn those skills and knowledge which would make them go through. ▪ It aims to prepare the leaders for the actual process of negotiation and anticipates possible outcomes to ensure victory for the community. This process is usually done in issue-based organizing CAPACITY BUILDING & ROLE PLAYING 06
  • 13. . • This is the high point of the organizing process. • The collective action may have engaging in a dialogue or protest under issue-based organizing, starting a livelihood project or a cooperative under project-based organizing. • Mobilization or action is the community's expression of power while confronting the powerful. • Ordering/Prioritizing Needs • Analysis and Redefinition Of Problems • Formulation of Achievable Objectives • Work Out the Alternatives • Selection of an Appropriate Alternative • Work Out a Plan of Action • Mobilisation of Resources • Implementation of Action • Monitoring and Supervising MOBILIZATION & ACTION 07
  • 14. . • The evaluation activity should be conducted after every action or mobilization, so that people learn lessons from their mistakes and improve future actions. • Objectives of evaluation activity should be clearly defined and must use right tools and method for assessment. • It gives opportunity to organization to introspect its the strengths and weaknesses of the community's mobilization. • Evaluation can be undertaken either on a periodic basis (formative) or at the end (summative) of a phase or at the end of the programme/ activity. EVALUATION & REFLECTION 08
  • 15. . • After finishing program activities for achieving desired objectives, now it is time to formalization of CBO. • Now people have understood about their strength and ability to bring changes in their life. • They become confidents and have faith in their self and they are ready to own the organizational responsibility . FORMALZATION OF COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATION 09
  • 16. . • Community Organization is an enabling process, there comes a time when the organizer becomes dispensable and the People's Organizations (POs) take over. • The indicators for success set by the Community Organizer(CO) have been significantly met are following • high levels of socio-political awareness among people, • democratic participation, • a vibrant pool of trained community leaders, • Have clear plans and goals set by the community, • Willingness of owning organization’s responsibility and control • Phase out steps includes the transfer of community organizing roles and responsibilities as well as documents. PHASE OUT 10
  • 17. ➢ The process of community organization is conscious and planned effort to the solution of the problem or attainment of the objective/s identified by the community. ➢ This process involves a series of steps which may distinct, overlap and different to place, nature of problem and purpose of collective action in real practice. ➢ Main aim of the community organization process is to empower community people through organizing them and to take control over all the affairs that affecting their life experiences by collective action and participation. Summary
  • 18. • Q1. What do you mean by the process in community organization? Explain. Q2. What does community organizer do at Integration phase? Discuss. • Q3. Discuss role of social worker during all the phases of community organization. • Q4.What are indicator that reflect the successful community organizing? Explain. Check Your Progress
  • 19. . References • Asian NGO Coalition for Agrarian Reform and Rural Development (ANGOC) http://www.angoc.org/