ILS LEDA provided capacity building for 30 people selected by the UNOPS ATLAS program, from the Kerouan and Jendouba regions, and from the national level for improving their capacities in assessing the territorial economic potential and formulating value chains and territorial development strategies
The RESCO method we used and taught to the participants.
It was a formation-action process, which combined classroom training (consisting on lectures, games and exercises, and application working groups), testing of the learned methodology in the fields, and following feedbacks in the classroom.
The process has been articulated in 4 phases.
Phase 1: Acknowledgement of the RESCO tool, through a workshop in Tunis
Phase 2: Analysis on the field and evaluation
In Jendouba 5 focus groups were constituted (in brackets the focal points).
In Kerouan 6 focus groups were constituted
Phase 3: Preparing value chains strategic development guidelines, through desk work, the results of the field work, and a 2nd workshop in Tunis
Phase 4: Finalizing and delivering the value chains strategic development guidelines, through desk work
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