This toolkit, developed by Gerry McCarthy and Paul O’Hagan, is aimed at supporting facilitators in the teaching of P-FIM through a range of exercises. P-FIM is a practical tool designed for use in community engagement exercises. Its aim is to give communities a voice, identify and attribute impact contribution for improved performance. The toolkit provides detailed practical examples and templates that can be used during the facilitation of a P-FIM workshop. The workshop is designed to take place over a five day period.
"P-FIM is a tool and an approach that gives communities a voice. It identifies the causes of positive, negative and neutral change in their lives. It emphasises active listening, understanding context; shared ownership and responsibility for improved response. The exercise doubles as a personal and professional learning experience. P-FIM supports twoway accountability processes, assessment, evaluation, programme design, monitoring and evaluation, policy, strategy development and it operates to scale."
- Acknowledgements 1
- Terms used 2
- Toolkit purpose 3
- Foreword 4
- Introduction 5
- Day 1 Preparation and training 13
- Day 2 Preparation and training 30
- Day 3 Goal free field work 43
- Day 4 Presentation of findings and preparation 47
- Day 5 Goal focussed field work 52