GIS Mapping of community Micro-projects
Participatory Impact Monitoring
GIS Mapping of community Micro-projects
Participatory Impact Monitoring
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Training Outline : Module 301

Title: Conflict Management and Peace Building
Application Context: CDD micro-projects, Support to Local Development Project and NRM projects
Target Group MAT’s, SCSG’s
Training Objective The community should be able to manage current and potential conflicts arising within the micro-project
Training Specific Objectives The trainer should be able to equip the trainees with knowledge and skills that will enable them to:
• Understand concepts of conflict and peace building.
• Learn about peace building, qualities and skills required for peace makers
• Assess and enhance existing conflict resolution practices
• Understand the role of peace builders in the communities
• Assess own peacemaking qualities and identify areas for improvement
• Design strategies to enhance peacemaking skills
Training Units /Content "M300U01: Definition of conflict, causes, dynamics and attributes of conflict and styles to manage conflict"
"M300U02: Conflict analysis tools"
"M300U03: Concepts for peace building"
"M300U04: Peace building, qualities and skills required"
"M300U05: Peace indicators"
"M300U06: Communication and conflict handling"
Training Resources • Flipcharts, markers, tape
• Writing materials for the participants
• Case studies