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The class will go out of the classroom.

Each group
will be assigned to observe in one particular area
in the school.
GROUP 1 – CANTEEN
GROUP 2 – LIBRARY
GROUP 3 – SCHOOL GYMNASIUM
GROUP 4 – ANY GRADE SCHOOL BUILDING
The students will mark all the
problems identified in such area.
After 10 minutes, the class will
go back to their classroom for
analysis.
Process questions:
1. What are the things needed to be improved
in your assigned area?
2. What do you think will be your
contribution in order to address those
problems?
3. Can you identify agencies/groups that
initiate to solve those problems?
PARTNERSHIP BUILDING
WITH LOCAL GROUPS
Before implementing community action
initiatives, it is necessary to build
connections and partnership within a
community. Establishing links is a process of
identifying and locating different actors and
players within a community who share a
common purpose, interest and goals.
Partnership building involve coalition
formation and strengthening relations with
key community groups, stakeholders and
individuals. It also involves assessing their
knowledge, perspectives resources, and
influences that may result in accomplishing
desires and community needs.
What is the purpose of
forming partnerships?
• To bring about more effective and efficient
delivery of programs and eliminate any
unnecessary duplication of effort.
• To increase communication among groups and
break down stereotypes.
• To build networks and friendships.

• To revitalize wilting energies of members of


groups who are trying to do too much alone.
• To plan and launch community-wide
initiatives on a variety of issues.

• To create long-term, permanent social


change.

• To obtain or provide services.


2. WHAT ARE THE
TYPES OF
PARTNERSHIP?
Community-based

Government-based

Faith-based
3. WHAT ARE THE
DIFFERENT METHODS
AND APPROACHES IN
BUILDING PARTNERSHIP
IN THE COMMUNITY?
Coordination

Cooperation

Collaboration

Partnership
Characteristics of Partnership
1.All partners are working towards a
common aim.
2.The partners have similar system of beliefs.
3.There is an understanding of the value of
what each partner can contribute.
4.There is respect and trust between the
different partners.
Partnership become successful because:

1.They share creativity, risk, responsibility and resources.


2.Participants are able to feed off each other’s energy
enthusiasm.
3.They can attract more funding from diverse range of
sources.
4.They highlight different issues, problems and solutions.
5.Delivery of service is often more effective.
6.They offer support and diversity.
Key ingredients to make a partnership work
are:
1.Clarity of information
2.Consultation
3.Deciding together
4.Acting together
Questions:
1. Among the four (4) characteristics
of partnership building, which one do
you consider as the most important
characteristics? Why?
2. What does it mean by the
statement that “ not every
partnership will succeed?
Explain
3. Why is trust an
essential criteria for
partnership?