The little and simple things we do make a difference!

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As part of the agenda for day two at the Annual Review meeting of the Pan African CLTS Program, action learning and research has been highlighted as a key component for the program in order to facilitate documentation, experience sharing and scaling up of CLTS. It was also emphasized that action learning is a continuous process; it involves observing, reflecting, documenting and sharing. At the end of the session all participants committed themselves to incorporate action learning in their CLTS programs as a mechanism of utilizing the day to day project experiences to make a difference.

Mary Namwebe, CLTS Project Coordinator, Plan Uganda

Date: 28 February 2012
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Submitted by Miriam (not verified) on

Mary has had great experience in CLTS and i want to wish her the best as she shares with all the participants at this annaul reflection meeting. Well done Mary.
Miriam