Please complete this brief 'mapping' of communication for development (C4D) in your country - we are doing this across the Network to gather members' thoughts and observations about the state of communications for development as a growing area in international development and human rights around the world.

We would value your thoughts about how C4D principles, and approaches of behavour and social change, social mobilisation, advocacy and media development are being used where you are. 

We want this mapping to reflect your in-country insights; rather than opinion about other countries where you may have been working - but of course sometimes this is useful.

Whether you are in the North or the South there are C4D things happening - we just have to investigate a bit harder in some cases. 

Please make it clear in your responses whether you are giving reflection on C4D domestically within your country; or whether you are giving a reflection from the 'outside' as it were. 

All these insights go into  country meet-ups which are meant to be fun and interesting venues for discussion about these questions. All this will also feed into a new 'Yearbook' for next year that will have summaries of what people have said about C4D in each country, and this will also feed into a global synthesis report. 

So please share your thoughts, there is no wrong and right and all thought are welcome.

Thank you.
Best Jackie & Secretariat Team (jackie.davies@c4d.org)

* 1. What is the engagement of donors and government in your country in communications for development as a concept and in practice?

* 2. What is the engagement of INGOS, NGOs, civil society, community organisations, activists and others in your counry in communications for development as a concept and in practice?

* 3. What are the main development themes that communications for development is being used for in your country (perhaps try to decide on a percentage weighting in your group, such as 70 percent health and 30 percent education)?

* 4. What are the main communications for development approaches and strategies employed in your country (behaviour change communication, social change communication, social mobilisation, advocacy, media development, research communication…)?

* 5. What is the situation with communication for development service providers in your country? For example – are there many C4D service providers or a scarcity? Can organisations easily find service providers in your country?

* 6. What is interesting to know about the communication for development landscape in your country?

* 7. Please can you use this space to suggest any C4D projects or initiatives in your country that would be useful to highlight for shared learning on the Network? (If you have please share the relevant contact details and URLs).

Thanks very much. Now please do finally add your name and email and a brief description of your C4D work if you have a minute. Then we can 'contextualise' your insights. No names will be published in any mapping outputs.

* 8. Your name, email & brief description:

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