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Community Organizing

Community Organizing

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COMMUNITY ORGANIZING from lecture of Prof. Gerardo P. Andamo of the Royal Pentagon Review Specialists, Inc... THE CHN PRACTITIONER
COMMUNITY ORGANIZING from lecture of Prof. Gerardo P. Andamo of the Royal Pentagon Review Specialists, Inc... THE CHN PRACTITIONER

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Published by: ROBERT C. REÑA, BSN, RN, MAN (ue) on Jan 29, 2010
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COMMUNITY ORGANIZING
from the lecture of Prof. Gerardo P. Andamo of The Royal Pentagon Review Specialists, Inc.
COMMUNITY ORGANIZING
 – a continuous and sustained (i.e.never-ending) process of awareness-raising, organizing, and mobilizing.
Basic Concepts and Principles
Based onconcrete analysis of actual situation
Basic trust on the people
By, for, with, and among the people
Anyone is capable of change
Self-willed changes have more meaning than imposed ones
Context of Community Organizing (CO
): Current situationtowards the poor, deprived, oppressed (i.e. not all) butstruggling segments of the society
Goal of 
 
Community Organizing (CO
):Community Development – the creation of a society that provides equal access to all benefits and opportunities the society can offer to the peopleApplication of CO in Health: PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
COMMUNITY ORGANIZING IN HEALTHTwo types of community:
a.Organized community with people’s organization b.Virgin community – without people’s organization
Phases of CO:1.SOCIAL INVESTIGATION
Preliminary Investigation
-done before entry to community-secondary data sources are utilized-baseline information from secondary data sources (e.g.Records Review)
Deepening Social Investigation
-continuous appraisal of community situation through primary data sources
2.
ENTRY – 
low-key or low-profile approachUpon entry, start the following:a.Deepening Social Investigation b.Social Preparationc.Community Integration
3.
SOCIAL PREPARATION – 
tampering the grounds for setting up health programs
Target:
community leaders-Establish rapport, develop trust, clarify intentions and expectations-Starts upon entry, ends with launching
 
Awareness – primarymotivation to action
PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
-Essential care (i.e. not alternative)-Based on scientifically sound and socially acceptable methods and technology-Made universally available to individuals, families, and communities-At a cost they can afford at any given stage of their development-Through their full participation-Towards self- reliance and self-determination
Major Pillars of Primary Health Care
a.
Multi-sectoral approach
(inter- and intra-sectoral linkages) b.
 People’s participation
Partnership – or shared leadership; minimum level of people’s participationc.
 Appropriate technology
– underwent experimentation and with high empirical basis;e.g. herbal medicine and accupressured.
Support mechanism made available

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