Graphic recording at All We Can’s partnership conference

All We Can, the Methodist NGO, hired me to do graphic recording at their partnership conference in Ethiopia. I produced a variety of pictures: recap diagrams, sketches from the ‘Marketplace’ for networking, live posters to illustrate the discussions and presentations as they happened… And a bit of nonverbal communication at the field visit!

From the session by William Ogara from CORAT

From the organizational development session by William Ogara from CORAT: the stages of organizational development, the onion model (“you peel and you cry”) and underlying vs presenting issues.

One of the fundamenals to follow in the monitoring and evaluation of All We Can partnerships: the quality of the relationship.

One of the fundamenals to follow in the monitoring and evaluation of All We Can partnerships: the quality of the relationship.

The discussion about All We Can's partnerships with churches focused on the story of the Good Samaritan and the church's responsibility to do social work.

The discussion about All We Can’s partnerships with churches focused on the story of the Good Samaritan and the church’s responsibility to do social work.

Partner CDVTA's work with the elderly in Cameroon - in sketch form.

Partner CDVTA’s work with the elderly in Cameroon and partnership with HelpAge UK – in sketch form.

'What were we supposed to build again?'

Monitoring: ‘What were we supposed to build again?’

The graphic recording of the feedback session on participants' lessons learned and future commitments... using the methodology 'the River' a.k.a snowball a.k.a cascading!

The graphic recording of the feedback session on participants’ lessons learned and future commitments… using the methodology ‘the River’ a.k.a snowball a.k.a cascading!

ADHENO's community workers seeing the croquis of themselves.

ADHENO’s community workers seeing the croquis of themselves.

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