Three women in Uganda taking part in a PV MSC process

Experiences with the MSC approach

Chris Lunch (Co-Founder and Director) of InsightShare describes how communities are using Participatory Video to capture and interpret stories of significant change.

Participatory Video lends itself well to project monitoring and evaluation – it is an iterative process whereby community members use video to document innovations and ideas, or to focus on issues that affect their environment or their village. The participants attend Participatory Video workshops where they can review what they and others have filmed. The videos are then screened in the village in the evenings, thus ensuring that members of the wider community are involved in the process.

 

Experiences with the MSC approach
By Chris Lunch
Published Capacity.org
2006
Also available in French and Spanish

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