to the Uganda Community Management Programme.
If this is your first visit, you may wish to look at our introductory documents in the first section and find out what we are all about. In our second section, we include several training guidelines for those who are designing community development activities
These include guidelines to be used in preparing and designing materials for training to strengthen low income communities. See: Site Map
|.||.||CMP Uganda sees training as more than the transfer of skills or information, but as a method of organizing and mobilising community groups to engage in activities leading to improvements in their neighbourhoods. After that, we have a section containing some of our reports and position papers. We add a few inks to other web sites that you might find of interest, especially community development and/or related conceptual issues. For researchers we have a few old documents in an archival section. Finally, we invite you to share your community strengthening experiences with us, so we list our addresses with an invitation for you to contact us. ... Tuum est.|
|Notice: The international funding of CMP Uganda ended 1998 October 31, with the completion of the UNCHS (Habitat) project, DN/91/UGA/D09 and IP/95/UGA/013. This was a decision of the Danish Government, through Danida. The Government of Uganda continues to operate CMP Uganda with local funds, and plans to do so through 1999. The CMP email addresses were funded as part of the UNCHS contribution, so are no longer in operation. This web site, in contrast, is a donation of the Seattle Community Network (SCN) and will therefore continue. We plan to add to the archives section, to include as many of the half year reports for the project, 1992 - 1998, as feasible. The training section will continue to have new documents added through 1999, and you are advised to look for new ones every few weeks or so. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phil Bartle|
CMP Uganda. This introduces our programme (CMP) in Uganda.
The CDP Summary Profile describes Habitat's CDP/CMP activities world wide, and Uganda's part in it.
The CMP Uganda Fact Sheet tells you who we are and how you can find us.
|.||.||Or, go directly to some of the appendices: eg a list of Documents produced by the programme, a list of the official Objectives and Outputs, a list of training Workshops held by CMP Uganda, a list of Acronyms and abbreviations, a list of current community Projects supported by CMP, a list of the names and agencies of CMP's National Steering Committee members and Partners and associates related to CMP Uganda, and our Staff List.|
|Training Guidelines:||Next, Back|
|Look here if you are planning or designing community development activities. Note that most of these are not training material for direct use in training, but guidelines for making your own training material based upon local conditions (eg culture, administrative setup, social organization, goals). See: Three Hand Books for Community Workers.||.||.||All our training material is now accessible through our: Site Map. Look to it for the wide variety of training guidelines for strengthening low income communities.|
|Progress and Situation Reports||Next,Back|
|Our detailed progress reports show the extent to which we reached our objectives.||.||.||CMP
Uganda Half Year Progress Report for January to June 1997. ... 1997
CMP Uganda Half Year Progress Report for July to December 1996. ... 1997 January
|Hyper Links:||Next, Back|
|Link up to related web sites. In this revised Uganda page, we now ask you to jump to our Links Page, by clicking here on Links,||.||.||where you will find links to our sister projects, regional programmes, other UN sites and other sites related to community development.|
|A Community Meeting:|
|Note that the logos, on this and the related pages at this site, are of low resolution. Our interest is in fast down loading, especially for those who can not afford expensive (fast) computers, so we sacrificed quality. If you want copies of the "gif" files that are of a higher resolution (thus need more memory), or their "pcx" equivalents, please write to Phil Bartle (address below) indicating the purpose you want them for, and they can be sent as E-mail attachments to you.||Please
sign our guest book.
In an interesting aspect of cooperation between sister programmes in the CDP (Community Development Programme) of UNCHS (Habitat), our sister programme, the regional resource centre for Central America (CERCA-SISCOM) is managing the Uganda CMP guest book for us.
Finance & Admin Assistant
Telex (UNDP): 61255
(Habitat), c/o UNDP
PO Box 7305 (GoU)
... or... Box 7184 (UN)
Disclaimer:The above document expresses the views of the authors only, and is not necessarily the official executive policy of the UN, SCN, CDS, any NGO or any ministry that implements community development projects.