Lesson learned during the training to demonstrate our field development support process in Kenya
Our field development support mechanism process:
During the training our volunteers are motivated and educated on development matters on our community learning center (StayConnecteD4Dev). They become skilled and motivated volunteers. Under the guidance and mentoring of our regional or local volunteer manager, volunteers are trying to reach their respective local communities, particularly, the most vulnerable (people in rural villages, in peri-urban settings, youth groups, illiterate and semi-illiterate communities) to educate them on the local problems (the root causes) they are facing to know or understand which human development challenges they are facing, and on how they can try to resolve first these challenges locally, and/or help them to collect information about their problems, challenges, frustrations, etc. that they live with every day of their current existence.
Awareness is raised among communities on SDGs. The volunteers’ capacity is strenghtend through trainings, seminars and workshops. In addition to that, volunteers might take part in projects and social networking events.
Local volunteers go into their community to note any issues
Being aware of the SDGs, local volunteers are able to raise awareness in the communities and a variety of stakeholders (ex. village elders, sub-county and county administrators, families, churches, institutions, charities, foundations, and volunteers.) Volunteers are able to point out and report problems, by raising a request for development aid. As a response to that KFDWB is releasing a Case studies, which is of relevance for finding donors.
KFDWB Team assesses and releases Development Case Studies
After KFDWB recieves a request for development aid via website or mobile App, the NGO or individual who raised the request will be contacted for further information about the problem. As a result KFDWB is releases a case study that is reviewed by the community, relevant NGOs or local/national institutions. Case studies are of evidencial relevance for donors who are ready to provide financial and/or technical support. You can view or downoad the pdf reporting format here.
Proposed Kenya Unit;
Please read also KFDWB INTRODUCTORY MEETING HELD AT PWANI UNIVERSITY, KILIFI COUNTY, ON 7TH FEBRUARY 2015 AT 10:00AM.
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