some short welcome messages from champions for the Swahili Karibu page and for the beginning of the page on each process – to make things welcoming and human to visitors
- general environment and context, crops, richest and poorest houses, markets
- people with their house and economic activities – particularly anything unusual. Or extremely good quality coffee.
- people with their families eg doing things achieved on their gender balance tree – to show how differently things can be done
- people sharing GALS with others in their houses and/or meetings – to show the facilitation process
- peoples’ diagrams on the walls in their houses and/or in their notebooks with description or annotation (just lots of pictures does not mean much to outside visitors to the website)
Video clips or spoken interview
- the champions introduce themselves briefly – name, what they do, family background, leadership positions
- when did they first learn GALS
- what was their vision, including ownership issues
- their vision journey – what have they achieved, what were the opportunities, what were the challenges, what is their plan now?
- their gender balance tree – what were the things they wanted to change, what have they achieved, what is their plan now?
- empowerment leadership map – who did they plan to share with? what have they achieved? what is their plan now?
- what was their vision?
- challenge action tree
- market map
- livelihood calendar
including effects on coffee production
- what was their vision? what do they think good leadership is?
- leadership vision journey
(informally ask about issues in governance)
- what are the main things they like about GALS
- what are the main achievements they value most?
- what things do they think could be improved?
- how would they persuade other people to join?
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