This resource brings together frameworks, tools and other materials that may be helpful for community learning and development practitioners in taking forward their role in building community capacity.
The resource provides practical advice on planning, building, sustaining, monitoring and evaluating for anyone involved in building community capacity.
Why it is important to plan community capacity building activity, how to plan, and who should be involved.
Detailed information and advice on monitoring and evaluating community capacity building activity.
Often the first stage in work to build community capacity involves building and strengthening links with communities.
Building on existing community skills can be a significant step in supporting people to influence what happens in their communities.
A central part of community capacity building is supporting communities to influence decisions that affect them.
It is very important that you fully understand the needs of different individuals and groups within communities.
There are a number of important factors to consider in sustaining your capacity building activity and maintaining momentum.