Diagramming for development 1 - Bounding realities
Diagramming for development 1 - Bounding realities

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3.2 Final diagram

You may wish to refer back to the WWP case study as you work through the activity on this page.

Figure 2 Printable rich picture
Figure 2 Printable rich picture

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Activity 5 Rich picture

Choose one of the following:

  1. your impression of the South African Working for Water Programme; or
  2. a topic for which you have a particular interest; or
  3. an intervention that you have recently been involved with and which you found challenging (this might be work-related or home/leisure-related).

Using any types of imagery and accompanying text that you think is appropriate, sketch a rich picture to show the various dimensions of your interest as you envisage it. Include any personal experiences that you feel might be relevant and important.

After completing your picture, list down two or three key themes that have emerged from your drawing which you think would be of interest for further enquiry.

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