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REPORT ie you may include sub-headings. Please list references used at the end but you do not need to cite in the text unless it is a direct quote. NB –you still need to guard against plagiarism- use your own words! 1,200-1,500 words
“You have been asked to compile a detailed study of participation & community engagement in the global south. As a first step, write a short outline report including details of what aspects/sections should be covered, illustrated with examples of good & bad practice.”
Report On Understanding The Development Module
Length: 4 pages (1272 Words)
Module: Understanding the development module
Essay title: Sections to be covered in the participation & community engagement in the global south. With illustrations of bad and good practice
This report seeks to examine the procedure by which community engagement can be extended to the global south, for development purposes. A series of steps may to be undertaken in that respect. Further, this report looks at the examples of good and bad practice in an effort to put across, the required code of conduct. This report is therefore a guiding study for how members of a community should behave in the engagement process.
A community can be defined as a group of persons sharing some social capital, social connectedness as well as reciprocity. This to mean they relate with one another positively with a sense of kindness of heart all coming from a common sense of singularity. According to Katie 2012, these respects of defining a community have been evolving in terms of endowments and entitlements. From the HIV activism in 1980’s when the virus was discovered to now when there are different types of community engagement undertaken in HIV prevention. Consequently lessons are emerging in a continuous manner in matters of community engagement, the conception of who constitutes the community as well as collaborations that may be needed in an attempt to quell HIV transmissions by ways such as community projects for instance.