-We have been discussion a lot on how to evaluate our work and the activities we do to find ways to improve them and find out which ideas that generates most positiv impact within the community.
For next year it is crucial that we start to collect more data and stories to be able to show figures and facts on how our methods are working. We think the "before and after story telling method" that we started to use in the feedback phase could be a tool that we could use more to evaluate our activities. We already used the "Story telling method" again during a workshop with young women last week to come up with ideas on how to improve public spaces for women. After bigger events the story telling concept could be simplified into a questionnaires format or other modes to reach as many people as possible.
-Since August 2016 two members of ASF, Pia and Emma, are based in Nairobi working part time with Korogocho Streetscapes and part time with other projects. We have the possibility to stay in Nairobi until September 2017 or longer if the opportunity would come up. The two other members are based in Sweden and have been traveling to Nairobi when more hands needed on ground, for an example during bigger events such as the Koch Fest. Before Pia and Emma moved to Nairobi and since the project started 2012 the ASF members have been spending time in Nairobi of and on to work with Hope Raisers on the ground as needed for bigger events. How ever most of the work on ground was done by Hope Raisers and with weekly Skype-meetings, whats app chats and Facebook it has been possible to support the work from Sweden when no ASF-team members have been in Nairobi.