Community Mapping is essentially a tool to involve people in a community in jointly:
Researching their community; Imagining a better future, and Taking action together to bring that future to life.
As a key MaL component, Community Mapping can take anything between three to five days of taking participants through the theoretical and practical work of assets-based mapping in their community.
It is generally a combination of several different activities:
In this component, participants also get to have a basic understanding of the circular economy and how this impacts the economic wellbeing of their community.
This component was developed in partnership with Andersson Afrika.
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