Bev Watkinson came to assist the Brothers to evaluate the OP. Bev formerly worked in Centrecare in Queensland and has been in Nairobi for the last two years. She is a volunteer at the Ruban Centre. She encouraged the group to be honest as they reflect on the process of the OP. She introduced the 5 Ps: Participant, Passenger, Pilot, Prisoner, Protector as a tool for reflection and evaluation of the programme. She explained the various roles of the 5 Ps.
Participant:Actively involved in the learning process and is attentive
Passenger:Is ok to let others take the lead, and doesn’t want to take initiative
Pilot:The organizer who believes nothing will happen without them
Prisoner:I don’t want to be here and is afraid to allow things to change them
Protector:making sure everyone is happy and listening but are they so concerned with what is happening
She distributed a form where Brothers were invited to fill out where they positioned themselves with regard to the 5 Ps. Then, she invited the group to respond to the following questions:
What has changed for you?
What am I taking into the future? How will I put this material into my life?
The group then met to evaluate the various programmes and to show the evaluation on a time-line.Later groups were invited to compose a virtual Facebook page!