was launched by the ILO to introduce training materials for co-operatives that focused on skills-formation and were of immediate and practical use. This article describes not only how the materials were designed and what they consisted of, but also the process by which key individuals among
the countries covered by the project were introduced and sensitized to the new methods, and involved in the overall project. Eventually the training manuals have been translated into local languages, adapted to local conditions and used to create flexibility in training sessions.
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