Sana International - Mobilisation Chart
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adopts an up-to-date community / schools mobilisation strategy. It views involvement
of beneficiary communities as of primary importance as it enhances sense of
ownership and identification with the project.
Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) is employed to sensitise and update them
on what is expected of them. This serves as a form of mobilization as their
expectations are taken into consideration. PRA helps build interest, leading
to partnership in project implementation.
Water and Sanitation Committees (WSC) are formed. Elected community representatives
who work as abridge between SANA and the beneficiary communities constitute
these WSCs. They are oriented in project implementation requirements and procedures.
Village Resource Persons (VRPs) are people chosen and trained on positive hygiene
behaviours and block manufacturing. Sitting, pegging and lining of latrines
is part of their responsibility.
Through WSCs, community meets and organise contribution towards project registration
and opening of project bank account.
They then come up with training needs and a detailed work plan. Land acquisition
/ easement is the responsibility of the community with the co-ordination of
Monitoring of project progress is undertaken by the WSC. After completion of
the project, the WSC, which undergoes regular elections, takes over the running
of the project. This ensures smooth phase out continuity of development after
the phase out.
Express Willingness to cost share capital costs
of WSC on role
of beneficiaries / project
monitoring and evaluation
of programme materials
of local available materials
of programme materials
AND COMMUNITIES ORGANISATION AND TRAINING CHART
WSC - Water and
CT - Caretaker
PRA - Participatory
VRP - Village Resource
flow chart below captures the community organisation procedures used by SANA
in electing and training schools health clubs' leaders, WSCs' officials, Village
Resource Persons (VRPs) and Care takers (CTs). It uses these representatives
to reach its target beneficiaries hence enhancing community participation and
ownership in the development process. SANA undertakes this through its experienced
field based staff and its expert consultants who do monitoring and evaluation.
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