Several months ago, FAO launched its experience capitalziation e-learning module, which is now available in different languages (Spanish, Frech and Russian). This course introduces the methodology and process of experience capitalization. It gives you guidance and tools to help you plan and implement your own experience capitalization process, and ensure its efficiency and effectiveness.Read more
Facilitators can use different tools when working with participants in a workshop or meeting. While lectures are not really the best way to get participants engaged, a short presentation can help share some ideas, or start a discussion. A short PowerPoint presentation can help.Read more
This is an on platform to collect and preserve digital materials, and to disseminate them. Do you know of a book or document on experience capitalization that you would like to share? Please send us the PDF!Read more
The guide is based on the practical experience of the facilitators involved in the experience capitalization project. It offers practical recommendations for facilitators, insights on what has worked well (and what has not), and suggested exercises. In this guide you will find tools that we have used along the way, which you are free to adapt and use in your own facilitation.Read more
This tool targets those who are actively involved in a capitalization process but who, at the same time, are not familiar with the methods that can supoport the adoption of a specific innovation. The tool is made up of reflective questions with multiple answers, all of which lead to a specific recommendation.Read more
Tables can help organize information in a simple and easy way. Whatever format we use, they help identify the main ideas, and also help us all see what information we do not have yet. This all allows people to discuss, and helps the facilitator (and all participants) see if they are on track.Read more
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