After this session Community Health Club Members know that they must:
THREE PILE SORTING / GROUPING
All cards are given out to various members. Each participant must come to the front and hold up a picture and decide if the practice is ‘Good’ (Safe), ‘Bad’ (Unsafe), or ‘Medium’ (Unsure/Average) in terms of health risk. Either put the cards into 3 piles or people with their cards form three groups and discuss reasons for the grouping.
PRIORITY LINE UP
Once three piles/groups are made, participants then are invited to come to the front to organize the pictures in terms of priority:
people can come up and change the ranking if they disagree which generates much debate. The facilitator encourages discussion which should end when everyone is in agreement. If there is disagreement a vote of hands determines the line-up.
WHAT SHALL WE DO ABOUT IT?
Give out the Contamination Cards and ask those to come forward in turn to explain what is happening in the picture.
Ask those who have the relevant cards to block this contamination to come forward and partner with the bad practice, and explain what can be done.
The pictures are arranged to show the least safe or feasible technical option to the most favoured solution. This enables a discussion to take place focused on a consensus achieved through brainstorming as to the advantages and disadvantages of each option.
Download the pdf layout from link above ‘Materials’
Print each picture on A4 paper.
Fold each paper in half and laminate.
Print out one page Facilitator Guide.
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PROTECTED WATER SOURCES
Protected Spring / bucket
Protected spring / jerry can
Cement rain water tank
Plastic rain water tank
JoJo tank rainharvesting
Gravity pipe line and tank
Protected family well / bucket
Afridev Borehole with handpump
Bush Pump (Zimbabwe)