This is why ISO invests in strengthening the skills of its members, both at the human and the organizational level, through extensive training and technical assistance programmes. Economic, environmental and societal dimensions are all directly addressed by ISO standards. In the UN set an ambitious fifteen year plan to address some of the most pressing issues faced by the world. Our aim is to spread these benefits as widely as possible through capacity building where it s most needed. Specific programmes help our members get the most out of International Standards in order for them to fully participate in global trade and achieve sustainable development.
Capacity Development Programme Lebanon
Jump to navigation. Organisations with the goal to improve society are all at different stages of their journey. Their needs and challenges will differ accordingly. With this in mind, we leverage our global network and specialist knowledge of social innovation to assist organisations in their quest to find new ways to make society better. We support organisations to develop stronger networks and more collaborative, innovative working cultures.
We co-design solutions with the organisations we work with. Our birds-eye view of the social innovation field, experience in supporting governments, universities, foundations or corporations globally, enables us to tailor social innovation programmes and advice to specific requirements. Back to top Capacity Building Organisations with the goal to improve society are all at different stages of their journey.
Through our capacity building activities: Developing ecosystems Whether you want to set up a lab or develop a new programme inside your organisation, we re here to find the best solution with you. Developing networks We offer network building and coordination programmes which will help organisations or institutions build ties with key actors in their country or r…. Back to top.
Capacity Building Domain draws its existence from the mission of the organization i. We strive to minimize this gap by providing expertise and hand holding support and equipping partners with the knowledge and skills necessary to deal with a wide array of socio-economic development issues across the country and internationally. In this competitive world, if an organization has to sustain, it has to be relevant, effective, efficient and self-reliant. Policies, procedures etc.
Jump to navigation. Organisations with the goal to improve society are all at different stages of their journey.
Capacity building or capacity development is the process by which individuals and organizations obtain, improve, and retain the skills, knowledge, tools, equipment and other resources needed to do their jobs competently or to a greater capacity larger scale, larger audience, larger impact, etc. Capacity building and capacity development are often used interchangeably. Community capacity building is a conceptual approach to social, behavioral change and leads to infrastructure development. It simultaneously focuses on understanding the obstacles that inhibit people, governments, international organizations and non-governmental organizations NGOs from realizing their development goals and enhancing the abilities that will allow them to achieve measurable and sustainable results.
Groundwater is an important resource which is increasingly under stress because of over-exploitation and pollution. Until fairly recent the emphasis was on groundwater development rather than groundwater management and governance. Monitoring, assessment, management and governance of groundwater require specific knowledge and skills. To develop acceptable and sustainable solutions it is also necessary to consider multiple disciplines like the environmental, socio-economic, legal and institutional as well as the sometimes conflicting interests of different stakeholders. Dealing with transboundary aquifers requires an even more specific set of skills; practical knowledge and skills which are often not developed in university courses. Together with BGR and several other partners we have developed training material groundwater management for river basin organisations and IGRAC has been one of the leading partners in developing guidelines for the assessment of transboundary aquifers.
NAAC’s workshop on ‘Capacity building national networks’ highlights best practices
It aims to strengthen the impact of existing Dutch financial interventions for stabilisation in Lebanon. Eligibility for grants extends to Dutch institutions for secondary or higher vocational or academic education. Our programme is open to a broad range of organisations. We target people within these organisations who have the ability and the position to implement the gained knowledge. They are able to train their colleagues and elevate the capacity of the organisation to a higher level. Eligible participants work in:. The programme focuses on local governments, institutions and implementing organisations that face challenges resulting from the influx of refugees. It contributes to better functioning organisations working on stabilisation and resilience.
Capacity Building Domain draws its existence from the mission of the organization i. We strive to minimize this gap by providing expertise and hand holding support and equipping partners with the knowledge and skills necessary to deal with a wide array of socio-economic development issues across the country and internationally. In this competitive world, if an organization has to sustain, it has to be relevant, effective, efficient and self-reliant. Policies, procedures etc. Delivering change has become the parameter for successful projects in the present context and NGOs are being accounted based on their performances on delivering results.
CRED Capacity Building and Training Programme enables people, communities and organizations to strengthen their capabilities to develop, implement and maintain effective health sector services. CRED strives to improve disaster management capacities through institutional and community capacity-building, information and data management, and partnerships. In addition, the Centre provides training in public health, epidemiology, natural disaster management and complex emergency intervention. This two-week intensive course is designed to familiarize professionals with the epidemiological techniques to determine the health impacts of disasters and conflicts. Topics covered include malnutrition, infectious diseases, mortality, morbidity, mental health, reproductive health, and population displacement. Professional staff from CRED teach a variety of subjects including emergency medical services, epidemiological application, and psychiatric care in emergencies. The Programme is sponsored by the European Union and also involves thirteen associated universities and institutions around the world. Continuous teaching exchanges take place with the University of Heidelberg , the University of Delhi and University of Indonesia , among others. Skip to main content.
Capacity Building Programme
The Convention, Paris, Its Regional Annexes I, II and III call for the issue of capacity building needs to be appropriately addressed so as to ensure the efficacious implementation of the Convention. COP 1, Rome, Decision 23 and 27 lay out the basis for networking and the development of partnerships with governments and other partners in the area of capacity building, to help foster effective implementation of the Convention. COP 3, Recife, Decision 2 established a medium term strategy for the Secretariat that includes cooperation with other convention secretariats and international organizations in the field of capacity building. Decision 8 the Recife Initiative called on the Secretariat to identify the critical elements necessary to enhance the implementation of the Convention before the fourth COP, and specifically reaffirmed the urgent need to address the issue of capacity building. COP 4, Bonn,
Training & Capacity Building
Capacity Building and Training
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