Cup exercise and johari”s window Demonstrating participation concepts How to do it group one • Using the pictures, answer the following questions: • How do you view the community in which you are operating? • How does the community view you? • What needs to be changed? • How can you change this? PURPOSE • To understand what blocks communication between external and internal people. • To understand how we can better improve communication for more effective stakeholder participation. • To demonstrate how we can enhance participation for ground water management Joharis window BLIND OPEN HIDDEN UNKNOWN Joharis window • CONCEPTUAL TOOL OPEN CLOSED HIDDEN UNKNOWN Stakeholder participation • There is information known to self and not known to others and this information if not shared will not enhance participation. This is the closed window • There is hidden information usually by insiders from outsiders and this hinders participation. • There is information that may not be known by both the insiders and outsiders and gain this hinders participation. • Stakeholder participation will be enhanced by the open window. Where information ios known to all The Cup Exercise • All sets have seven cups & instructions and an action to take with each: Instructional steps • Fill the cup to the brim with hot black coffee • Fill the cup with hot coffee • Fill the cup with coffee • Fill the cup with some liquid • Put some liquid in the cup • Put something in the cup and use it as you see fit In your groups follow the instructions below: 1. Arrange the cups from the most controlling to the least controlling 2. Show the cup that best represents the way you having been working in your districts 3. Show the cup you wish to use in the future 4. Justify your choice Cup exercise • The purpose of the cup exercise is to demonstrate the degree of control implicit in communication • The tool helps us assess the approaches being used in dvlpt or humanitarian interventions What the tools demonstrate? • The community’s capacity is dvlpd through strengthening & protecting a community’s abilities to take control of its own destiny & to manage & direct its own dvlpt process. • People can not be dvlpd but they dvlp themselves. • Community capacity dvlpt is facilitated to ensure that the community is able to undertake its own assessment, analysis & action on issues faced by the community.
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