Trainer of Trainers(ToT) Training Events on Gender Transformative Approaches for Land Restoration

Following the capacity development workshops on co-developing gender transformative approaches for land restoration held on the 15th-16th and 21st-22nd February 2022 in Mbooni East and Kibwezi East, Makueni County, seven ward-level Trainer of Trainers (ToT) events were held across ten wards and engaging 263 participants. These trainings aimed to train a new cohort of ToTs in the use of community dialogues on gender and land restoration and were led by participants trained at the previous gender workshops (lead ToTs). (For an overview of the workshop series and training workshops, see https://www.worldagroforestry.org/output/gender-transformative-approaches-land-restorationlessons-learnt-multi-stakeholder-co-design). These smaller ToT training events aimed to field test the co-designed community dialogue activities and ToT scaling model. This report summarises the activities and lessons from these ToT training events.Community dialogues are designed to engage communities in an open dialogue on gender-related constraintsand opportunities, and how these influence people’s ability to engage in land restoration.



    Publication Type

    Project Reports, Studies and Working Papers

    Publication year

    2022

    Authors

    Musyoki M, Muendo S, Muthuri S, Crossland M, Magaju C, Winowiecki L

    Geographic

    Kenya

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