Join DME for Peace on Thursday, April 9th at 10am EDT, as Dr. Luc Barriere-Constantin, Rituu B. Nanda, and Dr. Jean-Louis Lamboray of The Constellation, join the M&E Thursday Talks to lead a discussion on “Self-Assessment: Local Response to Global Challenges.”
Throughout the last 15 years, The Constellation has worked with communities to address local response to challenges, such as HIV/AIDs and Malaria. Their evolving methodology (i.e. Community Life Competence Process) has led to the Self-Assessment tool, which helps communities measure their progress in responding to a number of issues. This simple tool helps communities take local ownership, define their response objectives, and build their capacity to achieve set goals. Drawing from over a decade of important lessons learned, The Constellation believes that this method can be used to address the current, global pandemic.
In this webinar, Luc and Jean-Louis will explain the Self-Assessment framework, lessons learned through implementation, and how this free tool can help strengthen local response to Covid-19. They will not only explore ways it might be used by individuals, communities, and health workers to address current issues of virus transmission and personal protection, but also how it can help us build our response now for the future. Additionally, they will candidly discuss future plans, and why collective implementation, continued learning, and wider dissemination is essential for the tool to reach its highest potential.
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