ICA Nepal partner with IIQA to launch new fundraising website

ICA Nepal – Brief March Activity Report 2021 1. Raising funds for promoting innovation in Nepal Nepalese students are unable to excel in innovation and creativity due to inadequate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics) equipment and innovation orientation. ICA Nepal plans to conduct innovative awareness training workshops and provide STEM equipment in 50 rural schools of Nepal. Hence, ICA...

Emerging Ecology USA works with Sunset Hills to launch a Neighborhood Enlivenment Project

Emerging Ecology USA has begun working with the Sunset Hills neighborhood to launch a Neighborhood Enlivenment Project. This project begins with five 2-hour facilitated sessions using ICA’s Technology of Participation (ToP) methods via Zoom and Mural software. The group began with a walk through their neighborhood (masked and socially distanced) on February 20 — group photo above. After the initial...

EPDI Nigeria hosts Action Planning workshop for Association of Sustainable Seed Producers

Below are the major activities that EPDI was involved in during the month of November: AFRICA ToP NETWORK The network’s monthly meeting held on November 18, 2020 with five persons from different countries in attendance. Some of the issues discussed include: The purpose of the Network: includes sharing what we do and learning from one another; strengthen ICA and ToP...

How will you celebrate and promote the power of facilitation this #FacWeek?

Facilitation Week is an event that takes place each year during the third week of October. Its purpose is to showcase the power of facilitation to both new and existing audiences and to create a sense of community among facilitators and their groups worldwide. Since its launch in 2013, the week has become a spark that ignites activities around the...

ICA Guatemala provides seed delivery to El Chorro village

Due to the COVID19 pandemic, the government is responding with different actions, one of which is the delivery of food to vulnerable communities. This is a long-term strategy. A government entity planning to deliver food, has requested the population to choose one of these three options; Make barriers in your fields, Humus or family vegetable orchards. So a member of...

Development Institute Ghana building capacity to enhance territorial governance, sea turtle conservation and sustainable livelihood

The Development Institute Ghana organised a three-day training workshop for stakeholders within the Keta Lagoon Complex Ramsar site in the Volta Region of Ghana from the 29th to the 31st of July, 2020. The main goal of this workshop was to enhance the capacity of stakeholders in three main areas: the CREMA (Community Resource Management Areas) model, laws governing sea...

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