Beads - Passion for Facilitation

Capacity development, learning, change, poverty/power/progress

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I believe in peoples' ability to change. Although people can only change themselves, they can be supported to do it.

See my first blog for more details.

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Stimulating the Social Accountability movement

When we were talking about facilitating the last learning event in the Ethiopia Social Accountability Program phase 2 (ESAP2), we noticed that more and more stakeholders are gradually taking an interest because the program is producing real service improvement results. How to bring relatively new stakeholders on board with those who have already been involved with Social Accountability for two years or more? This workshop needed to help old…

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Posted by Lucia Nass on April 21, 2015 at 22:30

M&E and learning in logframed programs

I usually find myself working in "logframed" programs, and have become adept at making useful monitoring and learning happen within that context. Here are some of the things I have learned as a non-M&E person:

  • it doesn't have to be in the logframe - if there is a good result, governments…
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Posted by Lucia Nass on March 27, 2015 at 22:46

Power - a reminder from Dublin

At the end of a content packed workshop on Governance, Accountability & Citizen Empowerment in Dublin (June 2014), I knew what I wanted to do with partners in the Ethiopia Social Accountability Program…

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Posted by Lucia Nass on August 24, 2014 at 20:00

Gender Analysis and Influencing Budgets - at the heart of Social Accountability

When we were updating the Gender Responsive Budget tool (GRB) for ESAP2 partners it struck me again how fundamental the combination of gender…

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Posted by Lucia Nass on July 31, 2014 at 19:00

 
 
 

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