From 17 to 21 November, ResultsinHealth organised three trainings in Jakarta, Indonesia: a two-day training in the Most Significant Change (MSC) Technique, a one-day MSC Database Course, and a two-day Qualitative Analysis Workshop. The last two trainings were facilitated in collaboration with Fiona Kotvojs of Kurrajong Hills Pty Ltd.

The trainings were attended by people from various organisations and countries (i.e. Mexico, Philippines, India, and Indonesia). Their combined experience and backgrounds resulted in a creative and participatory environment in which dynamic discussions were held.

One of the participants states that she enjoyed “sitting in a very participatory and rich learning process where the facilitator was keen on coaching us step by step and allowing questions as well as exchange of thought and reflection to flow openly”. In addition, the feedback from our participants illustrates that the trainings were not only valuable in learning the applicability of MSC and various qualitative methods, but also in learning how to integrate these methods in a project and how to structure the management of knowledge within an organisation.

You can read more about the MSC Technique on our website.

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