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2.0 Participatory Intergrated Development Process


2.4.1        Future Mapping

Step 1: The CDPC uses the village map that was initially created by the community members and transferred for preservation on flip chart, to populate it with the newly proposed development projects.

  1. The CDP ensures the following:
  2. Numbers of project are maintained
  3. Location enables accessibility by all members of the targeted community members
  4. Distribution of the project is done in an equitable manner

Step 2: The CDP then invites the whole community to discuss the future map

Step 3: The future map is transferred on the ground

Step 4: The community members are then invited to discuss, comment, and suggest changes on the future map with regard to the new proposed project

Step 5: The community once satisfied with the numbers, location, and distribution the project, ratifies /confirm the future.

Step 6: The community members should devise a way of ensuring the ratified map is maintained in guiding project implementation and monitoring process.

Step 7: The newly agreed upon map is transferred onto a flip chart and preserved to guide implementation and monitoring process

 


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