August 14, 2017 00:00 - August 18, 2017 00:00
ECHO Campus, United States
Presented By: ECHO
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Register Before:

July 31, 2017 14:32


Event Contact:

Renee Gill (study@echonet.org)

Phone: 239-567-3328


As a development worker or missionary, where do you start? How might you ensure that development efforts will be relevant, realistic, and community-owned? This five-day course will cover the basics of effective community development. Using proven participatory methods, experienced community development workers will introduce attendees to hands-on tools that can better enable change agents and partner communities to survey local assets and needs. Utilizing feedback, participants will practice prioritizing issues as well as strategic responses in order to develop action plans. Course participants will walk through the fundamentals of project management cycles: planning, implementation, monitoring, finances, and reporting. Additionally, participants will explore methodologies of agricultural information exchange.