Field Visit Notes
November 2011 Lao Visit Notes
Rough notes and conversations on Lao urban poor communities. * The culture of the community is still very strong in Lao PDR! Also "service mind" and taking care of the environment, conserving the forests, fisheries, soil, making security by making friends and working together - not only money! Many ceremonies still celebrated, according to the season. 22 pages notes 424 Kbs
DECEMBER 2009 Cambodia EXTRACT 12 PAGES FROM THE ACCA YR 1 REPORT
ACCA process and projects in 10 CITIES Serey Sophoan • Samrong • Preah Sihanouk • Peam Ro District • Bavet• Khemara * Phouminh • Kampong Cham • Pailin • Sen Monorom • Siem Reap 2.2 MGbs
December 2010 Lao PDR Extract from ACCA Report 2
Statistics on 11 ACCA projects * ACCA brings issues of land and housing into the national women’’s savings movement * Nong Duang Thung Big Project * PDF I page 160 Kbs
Sept 2010 Assessing CCA in Cambodia
These notes were taken during tan assessment trip to visit ACCA projects being implemented by poor communities linked to the National Community Savings Network and the Urban Poor Development Fund (UPDF) in Cambodia. This was the fourth ACCA assessment trip (after the Philippines, Vietnam and Mongolia). * PDF 142 Kbs
ACCA in Vietnam
April 2010: These notes were taken during the assessment trip to visit ACCA projects being implemented by poor communities in Vietnam. The visit took place in April 2010, and was a chance for teams of community leaders and their support organizations from six other countries (Thailand, Nepal, Lao PDR, Philippines, Mongolia and Sri Lanka) - all of whom are involved in implementing their own city-wide ACCA upgrading projects - to meet their peers in Vietnam who are doing projects, learn more about the projects, see how they are progressing, compare notes and discuss together what the strong and weak points of the projects have been. Four cities: Vinh, Hai Duong, Viet Tri and Lang Son. But these joint assessments are also an opportunity to reflect on how all of us are working back in our own countries. This is a new kind of assessment process - a "two-way" assessment, in which we assess others and assess ourselves at the same time. And we have learned a lot and now have a much deeper understanding of the process in Vietnam. PDF 7 pages notes 77 Kbs
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