We, in collaboration with PRAXIS, developed a self-administrable tool with the objective of enabling community-led organisations and its members to measure progress in community mobilisation and its pathway towards sustainability. The COPI tool helps identify key areas related to administrative, programmatic and financial systems that are required to be strengthened. It can be used as a five-step process that strengthens a sense of community identity and ownership in project cycle. These steps are Assessment, Analysis, Planning, Action and Monitoring.
The participatory characteristics of the COPI tool help Community Organisations evolve as dynamic organisations accountable to their constituent communities. It aids them in assessing their progress from a basic stage to a vibrant stage, which determines the ability of the community to own programmes of HIV prevention and vulnerability reduction.
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