Liati Wote community development – Report 3: Needs prioritization
This was the third stage in the process of identifying the prime area of concern facing the Liati Wote community and to find ways of resolving it. The purpose of this community engagement was to undertake needs assessment and prioritization to ensure effective planning and implementation of community development projects.
Jonathan gave a brief review of the previous activities from the story telling to the transect walk when the resource map of the village was drawn. It emerged at this point that since the last meeting, there were no other community engagements to discuss the issues of development besides the routine communal meetings.
Cindy also made it clear that Stepping Stones for Africa has no intentions of imposing any project on the community. Rather, it wants the community to identify their own areas of need and together come out with solutions that the majority will identify with.
Below is the full report of this meeting:
Our meetings and actions ultimately lead to the start of our plastic waste recycling project in 2019. More info about this project can be found here:
- Update Liati Wote plastic recycling program March 2020
- Liati Wote community development – Report 6: Creating Awareness Using Wall Paintings
- Liati Wote community development – Report 5: Mounting the segregations waste bins
- A new board member, Chief Sanitation and Development and great help with our plastic waste project
- Liati Wote community development – Report 4: Introduction of the plastic recycling project
- Building The Green Clinic – update february 2019
- Building The Green Clinic – update january 2019
- Building The Green Clinic – update december 2018
- Building The Green Clinic – update november 2018
- Building The Green Clinic – update july 2018
- Building The Green Clinic – update may 2018
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