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  • Hand out an envelope with the required material to each group, incl. the large sheet on which to assemble the model plus glue or tapeExplain the exercise step by step, using the colour coded strips with the stages, how it might be manifested and possible actions to take
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  • Now we have to say a few words about what C4D can do and what it cannot do. If done well, C4D can:Increase support for a programme among people of influence Increase programme managers’ awareness of constraints in service delivery and help overcome these constraints Create demand for and sustained use of resources Bring about desired changes in behaviour and sustain practices over time Improve communication skills and performance of service providers Establish public support for a programme Empower communities and individuals to make informed decisions and take effective action about their own social development Bring about changes in social values
  • But what even a good C4D programme CANNOT DO is: Compensate for poor plannning, inadequate service delivery and by itself, ensure the success of a development programme Overcome poor management Substitute for lack of training for service providers Overcome poor product choice or poor service facilities Transform deep-seated cultural norms and well established behaviours in a short period of time
  • Participants to break into their working groups (TBC)
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