There is much more to effective CLTS practice than just the triggering, dramatic and central to much good practice though that is. There has been mounting need and demand for a source to bring together experience and advice to cover pre-triggering, the crucial activities of post-triggering and scaling up, and going beyond CLTS. At the same time, triggering methodology has been sharpened and enriched. This handbook is an attempt to bring together experience, diversified practice and local innovations from different countries and many sources, and to meet some of that need. It supersedes the earlier guidelines, but not those produced nationally or locally by trainers and practitioners who have adapted and evolved them for their local conditions. In updating and revising those, however, there may be material here that could be drawn on. This handbook has been compiled as a source of ideas and experiences that can be used for CLTS orientation workshops, advocacy to stakeholders, training facilitators and natural leaders and implementing CLTS activities. It is a resource book especially for field staff, facilitators and trainers for planning, implementation and follow-up for CLTS.

Kar Kamal, Chambers Robert
London Plan International UK GB;Brighton Institute of Development Studies GB
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