People-First Impact Method (P-FIM) is a community engagement tool where communities lead in identifying important issues and activities in their lives. The starting point is people and communities, not projects or agencies. It builds transparency, shared learning and trust between all stakeholders, especially the community, local government and agencies. P-FIM strengthens communication with affected people as a basis for accurate information gathering, understanding context and facilitating active engagement. It can be used for assessments, monitorings and evaluation. As a participant, you will qualify to facilitate P-FIM exercises.
The course is planned as a face-to-face training in Berlin from 28 March to 1 April 2022 and includes regular breaks.
what the People-First Impact Method (P-FIM) and its unique features and potentials are
how the method contributes to transparency, shared learning and trust between stakeholders
what P-FIM can be used for and how it can be applied in humanitarian project work
how you yourself can conduct and facilitates P-FIM exercises
Staff of German humanitarian NGOs responsible for and supporting engagement, assessment, monitoring and evaluation, local partner NGOs, students, professionals from other disciplines who plan to work in humanitarian assistance
Understanding levels and application of communication
What does it mean to live a fully human life?
Understanding context from the community perspective
Gerry McCarthy is the co-founder of the People First Impact-Method and will join the training online.
Anne Hild Rivera is an experienced P-FIM trainer and will facilitate the training face-to-face in Berlin.
28.3.2022 - 01.4.2022
39 hours of training