The ongoing success of peer cooperation between CVTL and PMI demonstrates how the right match between National Societies is an effective way to build capacity and learn from each other’s successes and challenges. This case study also demonstrates how the tailored technical support further complements the regional-level trainings and workshops. It is a model which can be effectively replicated across a range of areas of work.
The case study highlights the peer-to-peer support or collaboration between CVTL and PMI in social media engagement.
Usage: Guidance for implementation
Audience: Communication staff
Publication date: September 23, 2016
Status: Final Type: PDF Size (MB): Size: 1.11
Country: Indonesia, Timor Leste
Theme(s): Communication and advocacy
Tagged in: Peer to peer support, Social media
Resource type: Case study
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