Facili2transform

Better process and results

Mission and Vision

Mission
Meaningful contacts make a difference in people’s lifes. It is Facili2transform’s belief that powerful stories, a listening ear, understanding, meaning and finding a common purpose trigger people to accelerate changes that will lead to sustainable results.

 

It is Facili2transform’s mission to enable the process of sharing, building trust, telling stories, learning lessons, establishing understanding to make changes for a better world possible by facilitation, training, evaluation, coaching, film and participatory video.

Facili2transform aims to enable professionals (in communication, education, project management and monitoring & evaluation) and organizations who take a leading role in promoting diversity, equality, fair distribution of resources, nature, biodiversity and nature to obtain tools, that will help them and their beneficiaries to tell their stories and experiences that will make a positive difference in their lifes and  will contribute to social impact and innovation.


Vision
Facili2transform aims to be a small entity, that is flexible, innovative, inspiring and experimenting in supporting people and organisations to enable a better process that eventually will lead to better results for a better world.

News

KinoBerlino

From 20th - 30th October, 2016 Simon Koolwijk participated in KinoBerlino. This event is part of the series of KinoKaberet, who organises workshops and opportunities for filmmakers, camera men and women and actors to make their own films with a zero budget. Simon Koolwijk was able to create two movies with two different crews;

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Dämonen im Kopf

Simon will submit one of the films to an international festival of short films.

Part of the crew, who filmed and acted in the short movie Dämonen im Kopf

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Reference Quote

Stories have impact!

Student drop out rates declined, teachers behaviour became more disciplined, students became more responsible and student rates increased dramatically at the Debre Work Junior School, Ethiopia, due to the social accountability process. Because this story was recorded and told through a participatory video making process and presented at a stakeholder dialogue meeting, the dialogue that followed made the government to decide to avail substantial budgets and support for other schools in the region to implement the social accountability process.