In January 2019, the Local Systems Practice (LSP) consortium launched it’s “Systems Thinking for International Development” trainings in Mexico City and in Bangkok. The course is designed to give local development practitioners the ability to apply systems thinking methods and tools (including network analysis and causal loop diagramming) directly to their work. Experienced practitioners from the LSP consortium are leading this participatory-style course.
The training will be delivered as three week-long modules taking place over the course of five months. LSP received over 100 expressions of interest from organizations in 18 countries to participate in this training course.
We look forward to working with local organizations throughout Latin America and Asia through these trainings to learn more about how systems thinking can lead to more sustainable locally-led development.
While we are no longer accepting applications for these particular trainings, there may be other training opportunities in 2019. If you are interested in participating in future trainings (locations and timing TBD) please complete this interest form and we will add you to our contact database.
About LSP: LSP is a three-year activity supported under the Local Works program of the USAID Office of Local Sustainability. To find out more about LSP click here.