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Transference Program Methodology of Strategies for Overcoming Poverty. FOSIS – OAS Jamaica – Trinidad & Tobago and St. Lucia Santiago, Chile-November 2007. Meaning and Objectives of the Program.
FOSIS – OAS
Jamaica – Trinidad & Tobago and St. Lucia
Santiago, Chile-November 2007
The Program includes the following stages with a duration of 18 months :
The launching event in Jamaica: June 26-28, 2007.
Internships in Chile for national teams of the participating countries, November 12-20 2007.
Design and application of a pilot intervention.
Closing and evaluation workshop.
The Internship in Chile will have three key moments :
In this phase it is expected that the interns will be presented with: objectives, methodologies and monitoring indicators.
This phase will take place on the first working day in Santiago and will allow for the framing of the process that the teams will undergo in the field and the subsequent analysis of the results.
In this phase, it is expected that that teams of interns will attend lectures involving the transfer of knowledge on the Puente Program, in the city of Santiago and in the regions defines for fulfilling the objectives The following is the proposed curriculum:
THEMATIC AREA – SOCIAL PROTECTION SYSTEM
In this phase, it is expected that teams of interns would present the main findings and lessons in a workshop.
At the same time, the systematization of the Internship process will be made available to the team.
The Work Plan for the next period is elaborated and agreed upon.
It is proposed that at the end of the internship in Chile, each country would be able to advance in the design of a pilot intervention.
The technical team of tutors accompanies the Caribbean teams and provides them with technical assistance.
On-site follow-up of the proposed modality, with the FOSIS technical teams.
Final activity which will allow for the sharing of lessons.
Analysis of results and observed impacts.
Replicability of the transference model used in the English-speaking Caribbean. Complementary planning activities.
Designing opportunities and facing the challenges of horizontal cooperation
Taking risks to undertake horizontal cooperation actions that would be sustainable in time.
To jointly overcome the cultural differences.
Learning by doing and constructing together.
social production of knowledge and social technologies.
Involving academic entities.
Establishing a cooperation modality of continuous and sustained learning: which would be communicable, replicable and effective.