Rare Philippines. Philippines 2 (PEP4) Cohort Preparation Workshop June 11-15, 2012. For One Week…. The Philippines 2 Conservation Fellows and Supervisors came together to officially start the preparation phase of the Pride program, 2.5 months before the First University Phase kicks off.
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Philippines 2 (PEP4) Cohort
June 11-15, 2012
The Philippines 2 Conservation Fellows and Supervisors came together to officially start the preparation phase of the Pride program, 2.5 months before the First University Phase kicks off.
The week’s flow covered topics from the pre-work packet, baseline data gathering, and the Campaign Agreement template (MoA).
After the Introduction to Rare, it was a race to see which team could recreate the ToC first and accurately!
CFs conducted energizers throughout the week to keep everyone laughing
CFs did a SWOT analysis to provide a picture of what programs and systems are already in place at each of the sites.
Rare’s partner, Ronet Santos, explains the BR role of Organizational Development in Pride campaigns and has CFs draw their MPA Management structures.
Lito and Jong explainthe role of Climate Change in the cohort and overwhelm the CFs with monitoring metrics they’ll need to collect over the 2-year timeline.
Stuart brought the Campaign Agreement to life by conducting group activities for Conservation Fellows, Supervisors, and Rare staff to define their roles in the Pride campaign, which culminated in a commitment wall for the cohort. This was the first day all Supervisors were invited to join the workshop.
Mabi signs the commitment wall too!
Japy invents a fun way of testing everyone’s knowledge and memory from the week-long workshop with his combination county fair/jeopardy game show. Question categories included facts about Phils2 campaign sites, details on MPA monitoring, pre-work assignments, conducting research, and a difficult “bonus” category that featured local riddles.
Yes, darts were thrown to select the categories, but no one was harmed during the game show (although we did have the first aid kit nearby).
Thank you all for your energy, participation, and engagement in the workshop. We look forward to seeing you all again in September for the First University Phase!!