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A CLTS Task Force for T/A Mkanda

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Practice Note #2 in the series Building a CLTS Learning Community in Malawi prepared by Ashley Raeside, Engineers without Borders, Canada (EWB)

During the week of July 13th, the Mchinji District Coordinating Team (DCT) trained extension staff from T/A Mkanda in CLTS facilitation. After practicals, they realised they had triggered more than 50 villages in a single week. As the DCT contemplated how they would manage to support and monitor progress in so many villages, a group of extension workers decided to choose an alternative, sub-district level solution. Extension workers from T/A Mkanda would form a CLTS Task Force to manage CLTS in T/A Mkanda and communicate progress to the DCT.

Date: 20 November 2009