Asia

January 22, 2018

Asia

Having started with two separate workshops, many different activities are now taking place in Asia. Read about the different capitalization processes in the posts below.

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Asia
A new initiative in India
India

A new initiative in India

After two if its staff members attended the workshops in Goa and Pondicherry, the Integrated Livelihood Support Programme (ILSP) decided to organise a similar training workshop for its own staff and partners. This took place in Mussoorie, Uttarakhand, between the 13th and the 17th of December 2017, with a total of 36 participants,

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Completing the process in Chiangmai
Cambodia Indonesia Laos Malaysia Myanmar Philippines Thailand Vietnam

Completing the process in Chiangmai

A first training workshop took place in Chiangmai in August 2017, helping 32 participants, representing 14 organisations from Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam, start an experience capitalization process. Between the 20th and the 23rd of November, the same team conducted a follow-up workshop to finalise these cases.

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EC in India, Nepal and Bhutan
Asia Bhutan India Nepal

EC in India, Nepal and Bhutan

Asia is not a part of the world which CTA generally covers, but the project was especially interested in working there. The process that started in April 2017 has helped participants from India, Nepal and Bhutan capture experiences in a comprehensive and strong way. "This has been an empowering exercise".

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Experience Capitalization in South-East Asia
Cambodia Philippines South-East Asia Thailand

Experience Capitalization in South-East Asia

A new capitalization process started with a first workshop in Chiang Mai, Thailand, with representatives of organizations based in Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and the Philippines, and with the support of the Asia Indigenous People’s Pact, AIPP.

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