A Facilitators' Guide
to Participatory Workshops with NGOs/CBOs Responding to
Published by the International HIV/AIDS
Contents of the Guide
to the Guide
participatory approaches to learning
are participatory approaches to learning?
are participatory approaches used?
a participatory workshop
makes a good workshop facilitator?
key skills do workshop facilitators need?
sharing and learning
the work practical and relevant
to group dynamics
and facilitating participatory workshops
a facilitation team
with the facilitation team
the content of a workshop
for individual sessions
up a workshop schedule
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In particular to staff from Alliance linking organisations
in Africa, Asia and Latin America for their review and comment.
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