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Tigray Regional CDSF conducts its first CoP workshop

Tigray Regional CDSF Office in collaboration with the National CDSF office conducted a two-day Community of Practice (CoP) workshop on October 9 & 10 in Wukro town. Twenty-five (four female) regional participants who had participated in Master Facilitator Development Program (MFDP) Module One took part in the workshop which focused on tools and techniques of capacity needs assessment. The objective of the workshop was to review performance tasks completed by each CoP, enhance experience sharing and learning, prioritize challenges and suggest remedial actions prior to final submission of a report.

ImageThe participants who formed seven sector/function based groups presented their performance tasks to the plenary and were given feedback. The performance tasks included readiness for change, assessment stakeholder analysis, organizational analysis and tasks analysis for making capacity need assessment.

 

Rick Steel, CDSF International Capacity Development

Rick Steel, CDSF International Capacity Development

Regional CDSF team facilitated the workshop. Rick Steel, CDSF International Capacity Development Advisor from the National Office gave feedback and refresher training on areas that were not well captured and applied by the participants

Negash Hailay, SMS & Agricultural Package expert at the Extension Directorate of the Board said:“… carrying out performance tasks after trainings is a new experience for me. My colleagues and I have I received constructive comments from fellow participants and this-I’m sure- will enable us to execute our responsibilities in the workplace more effectively.”

Closing the workshop, Habtemichael Mezgebe, regional AGP PCU coordinator, said the CoP workshop was very useful as it focused on learning and sharing experiences among the different CoPs. He emphasized that the CoP members should complete the performance tasks by including the comments that were given before submitting the report.

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