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MEASURING COMMUNITY MOBILISATION Among Groups Most at Risk to HIV/AIDS in Six States of India Methods and Results. Tom Thomas, Pradeep Narayanan, Tisha Wheeler, Usha Kiran.

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MEASURING COMMUNITY MOBILISATIONAmong Groups Most at Risk to HIV/AIDS in Six States of IndiaMethods and Results

Tom Thomas, Pradeep Narayanan, Tisha Wheeler, Usha Kiran

assessment framework

‘Community mobilisation’: the community utilising their intimate knowledge of vulnerability to overcome the barriers they face & realise reduced HIV risk & greater self reliance through collective action.

‘Transition readiness’: measured based on changes in power relations & the creation of social capital vis-à-vis project, state & larger society

Assessment Framework
participation of community members

Community Weightage

Four Dimensions

38%

35%

9%

18%

Internal organization

Sustainability

Project Management

Engagement with State/ others

Evolving Analysis plan

Data collection and validation

Evolving design and framework including 8 parameters and 25 indicators

Participation of Community members

Primary respondents, participatory tools

5 % sample validated through data collection by community members

Study findings & scores shared; comments incorporated

Two members included in expert team

Consulted in five districts

One national level consultation organised

“Unless Community-based organisation has good governance, nothing else is possible. Transparency in decision making & participation of community members in the decision making process is paramount for a CG” – Participant community member

“This kind of information is critical for CGs. What we should now focus is to find ways of ensuring that these (the indicators) are taken care of in our work” - Participant community member

“Networking and relationship with State will be very crucial when CGs are independent” - Participant community member