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

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Diagramming for development 1 - Bounding realities

3.6 Final diagram

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

Figure 6 Factors associated with WWP
Figure 6 Factors associated with WWP

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Activity 9 Systems map

Draw a systems map illustrating one of the following.

  1. your impression of the South African Working for Water Programme, possibly from a different level of interest to that demonstrated in the tutorial (e.g. a higher level such as an international perspective or a lower level such as the stakeholders associated with the programme); or
  2. an intervention that you have been involved with (either home- or work-related).

For the intervention that you choose:

  1. name the system of interest (SoI) being focused upon, in terms of a purpose (e.g., a system to. reduce ethnic conflict);
  2. think of and map four or five bounded sub-system components key to the success of your chosen SoI;
  3. if you have more then five components, examine how some might be grouped together and present these on your map as sub-systems of sub-systems (or sub-sub-systems);
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