Alliance Advocates 2018
Following the Alliance Empowerment Program mid-term evaluation, we are changing the way that we will deliver the Alliance Advocates training in 2018.
To align more closely to our members’ regional needs and cultures, instead of one global Advocates training course, we will run several regional courses. The first regional practical training will be offered for member NGOs from Africa in March in Nairobi, Kenya. A call for applications will soon be sent to all members from African regions.
Regional Alliance Advocate Training Objectives
By the end of the training, participants will be able to:
- Understand and focus on identified road safety risk areas
- Be familiar with the main road safety best practices among the Save LIVES package, the Speed Vaccine, and iRAPs School assessment app and the Child Health Initiative
- Be able to collect data for a small identified demonstration project
- Be able to discuss analysis of data
- Be able to identify how the demonstration project can be implemented in their home countries
- Identify possible ways of communicating messages and demonstrate how to do it
- Implement a simple demonstration project in their home countries
- Demonstrate how the Save LIVES and Child Health Initiative Speed Vaccine packages, and, iRAP school app can be used.
- What works — road safety risk areas and presentation of different road safety packages
- Introduction to importance of data
- Collect observational data in 10 communities
- Analyze data
- Discuss results
- Develop a communication strategy — get your message across, talking with decision makers
- Present messages to decision makers
- Evaluate demonstration project
- Derive practices and develop a plan for a similar project in home countries.
- Set of observations from 10–20 communities
- Reports outlining the analysis and recommendation of advocacy actions
- Key messages drafted
- Meetings with decision makers
- Action plans for replication projects in home countries.
Find out how to apply HERE. Please note that travel, accommodation, and food subsidies will be available but delegates should expect to cover some costs themselves.