Views on collective learning

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Expert views

The mission of CCoLA is to promote collective learning and from that perspective enhances the actions of communities, organizations and professionals in collective efforts in achieving their goals. Our consultants come from diverse academic, cultural and professional backgrounds, and all share a common approach to development and other social issues: the collective approach. From time to time, we highlight specific aspects of collective learning from their perspective and most importantly how CCoLA adds value to the process.

Irish Verweij

Simon Koolwijk

Antony Ongayo


Reactions & Feedback to collective learning

A recent project was organised in Guinea in cooperation with AGDS (Association  Guinéenne pour le Développement Sanitaire), with the aim of strengthening the healthcare system in the country.
There were a lot of issues exposed by the Ebola Crisis and our  CCoLA  experts trained a large number of health workers and professionals from AGDS and surrounding network, with the aim of achieving 4 points:

  • Institutional development, accounting, annual planning
  • Communication to affect behavioural change in the local community
  • Capacity & capability building, with specialised personnel to react to the needs exposed by the Ebola Crisis
  • Networking between stakeholders, both local and international and to attract funding streams

These are some of the feedback we received from the some of the trainees. Requests for the training reports could be made to team.ccola@ccola.cc

Togba Doumanou sharing on the impact of the tailor-made training


Dr. Barry Alpha sharing on the impact of the tailor-made training

Dr. Bah Fatoumata Binta sharing her views on the training

Dr. Mamadou Diao Bah sharing on the impact of the training


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“This is our section where we provide our consultants’ reflections on collective learning & action. Our consultants are from diverse academic, cultural and professional backgrounds, but all share a common approach to development and other social issues: the collective approach.”

Expert meningen over collective learning

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Iris Verweij

Davin Bremmer

Simon Koolwijk

Antony Ongayo


Reacties & Feedback over collective learning

Een recent project is organiseerd in Guinea met AGDS, met als doel de Health Systems in Guinea te versterken. Er zijn veel problemen naar boven gekomen door de Ebola Crisis, en we hebben een groot aantal Health workers en professionals van AGDS en het omgeven netwerk getrained, met als doel de volgende 4 punten:

  • Instutionele ontwikkeling, van accounting naar jaar plannen.
  • Communicatie, om gedrag in de lokale gemeenschappen te veranderen.
  • Capaciteit & geschiktheid training, met gespecialiseerd personeel die geschikt is om te reageren op problemen veroorzaakt door de Ebola Crisis
  • Netwerken tussen stakeholders, zowel lokaal als internationaal, en financieringsstromen aantrekken

Dit is wat van de feedback die we hebben gekregen:

 

Togba Doumanou Voicing the impact of the Taylor-made Training

Dr. BARRY ALPHA VOICES THE IMPACT OF A TAYLOR MADE TRAINING

Dr. Bah Fatoumata Binta sharing her views on the training

Dr. Mamadou Diao Bah sharing the impact of the Tailor- made training


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“This is our section where we provide our consultants’ reflections on collective learning & action. Our consultants are from diverse academic, cultural and professional backgrounds, but all share a common approach to development and other social issues: the collective approach.”

Expert views

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Iris Verweij

Davin Bremmer

Simon Koolwijk

Antony Ongayo


Réactions et réactions à l’apprentissage collectif

Un projet récent a été organisé en Guinée avec AGDS, dans le but de renforcer les systèmes de santé en Guinée.
Il y a eu beaucoup de problèmes exposés par Ebola Crisis et nous avons formé un grand nombre de travailleurs de la santé et des professionnels de l’AGDS et du réseau environnant, dans le but d’atteindre 4 points:

  • Développement institutionnel, de la comptabilité aux plans d’année
  • Communication, pour affecter les changements de comportement dans la communauté locale
  • Capacité & Capacité de construction, avec un personnel spécialisé capable de réagir aux besoins exposés par la crise Ebola
  • Mise en réseau entre parties prenantes, tant au niveau local qu’international, et attirer des flux de financement

Ce sont quelques-uns des commentaires que nous avons reçus:

 

Togba Doumanou expliquant l’impact de la formation Taylor

Dr. BARRY ALPHA VOICES L’IMPACT D’UN TAYLOR FAIT UNE FORMATION

Dr. Bah Fatoumata Binta partage son point de vue sur l’entrainement

Dr. Mamadou Diao Bah sharing the impact of the Tailor- made training


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