Overnight, the data analysis team have worked away to analyse the Ketso felts, using software to translate the leaves and branches into themes.
Of course these are far from complete, as the full data set will be analysed later, but the following graphs give some idea of the direction of travel the delegates at #seeme14 felt the programme should consider.
For both graphs, the bars are dividied according to the proportion of Ketso leaves in each area.
GREY – describes the number of leaves describing ways in which stigma and discrimination affects people in that area
GREEN – Signifies the number of leaves proposing ideas for addressing discrimination in that area
ORANGE – Signifies the number of leaves that talk about things people feel are successful for addressing stigma in that area
YELLOW- Signifies the number of leaves showing goals set for addressing discrimination in that field
Looking at some of the top themes then…
From this we see a range of potential areas for the programme to address. Full analysis will see these developed further, and discussed before adoption.
These results were presented by Simon Bradstreet from SRN and Lisa Cohen from see me. A final straw poll was taken among delegates.
This is what was said: