Embark on a joint learning journey
Build resilience in your community
Learn with us – group training for partners
When you partner with us, we embark on a joint learning journey.
How does it work ?
A local team of experienced coaches comes to your place and transfers to you and your team what they have learned about facilitating the SALT-CLCP methodology.
They will remain on your side through online and offline means until you are confidently accompanying your own community in finding sustainable solutions.
“Programmes and projects are temporary, ownership is sustainable: once it is in place, it stays forever with just a bit of care.”
Online and offline group training
The Constellation offers hybrid training : Offline training where that is possible, safe and in accordance with Covid-19 measures. Online training for continued learning.
Stories from our partners
Go Girl Kenya Turning One Year Old and Still Counting!
“While we did the self assessment training, we shared stories of change amongst the facilitators. From those stories, we realised that it is the little things that add up to the big picture eventually. A good example is the story of a family that we visited. Their relationship was rebuilt, and they linked our facilitator to other families that had been facing the same issue as them. It makes us happy when we receive such calls from the community! ”
Aaliyah Busolo Quintonne, L’Afrikana
Shared organisation dream—a driving force for the staff
“Everyone joins an NGO with a dream to achieve something. Generally, no one asks the staff what their dream is. So, when you asked this question, it forced me to think about my own dream. Collective dream building enabled me to align my dream with other staff. Now I feel that I am working towards a personal as well as organisational dream.” Imran, one of the Avani staff members.
Sujaag – Collective Action for HIV de-stigmatisation in District Larkana, Pakistan
Historically, HIV campaigns in Pakistan have focused on fear-based messaging around prevention and medical information, which may have further propagated stigma and discrimination, deteriorating health outcomes of those affected. To address this challenge and create acceptance for, while addressing stigma against, people with lived experiences of HIV, Sujaag (meaning ‘to-awaken’) – a hybrid community engagement and mass communications project by IRD – was launched in the region.
Group training programme
Our training program typically starts with a 3-5 days learning event. Through this immersive experience, trainees practice an appreciative mindset, walk through the steps of the Community Life Competence Process (CLCP) and explore how and why each new step leads to more resilience in a community.
Back home, trainees experiment with what they have just learned. They implement the CLCP steps in their own context. Before and after each new process step, the coaching team organises reflective conversations with trainees and stays in touch all along the process.
Learn and Celebrate, the Learning Festival
Our coaching team will not leave before you have celebrated your progress in a learning festival, where we will extract and capture the lessons learned.
We are happy to explore with you how this training looks like for your team!