UNISA Short Course in Community Asset Mapping for Change
To present a roots-driven development tool that can be used by agents of social change within communities to achieve a better life.
Agents of social change from government organisations and NGOs, CSI managers, champions and leaders within communities.
Any NQF Level 4 qualification.Also note that access to the internet, and registration as a myUnisa user is compulsory.
15 weeks (One semester) Fully online Module
First semester: 28 November – 25 January
Second semester: depends on the Unisa second semester registration dates. For more information please visit www.unisa.ac.za/caes
Unisa open distance learning and in particular online tuition
Non venue based port folio of evidence
- Definition of philanthropy, how philanthropy is practiced in the geographical regions of the global north and global south
- Participatory rural appraisal and asset mapping methodology
- Tools for change developed in the global south for the global south
- History of CAMP and the ABCD experience in the Bojanala Region
- Description and analysis of the various processes included in the Community Asset Mapping Programme.
- Roles and responsibilities of external stakeholders involved in Community Asset Mapping (CAMP).
- Non-profit organizations (NPO) as agents of change and vehicles to assist communities in achieving roots-driven change
Ms MD Nicolau, MA Geography
Discipline expertise: Geography
Office: 028 B Block Florida Campus
Tell: 011 471 2084
Ms M J Gaffney
Centre for Sustainable Agriculture and Environmental sciences
Office. B220,Unisa Science Campus
Tel: 011 471 2126
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