WACSI's Capacity Building Unit offers training and technical assistance to enable development practitioners to improve performance and value creation. The Unit's tailor-made interventions in organisational development, skills development, peer learning and information exchange are designed to strengthen the operational capabilities and professionalism of CSO actors so they can better influence policy processes.
WACSI's capacity building initiatives are instrumental in not only fulfilling the development needs of institutions and individuals, but also creating a space for networking, collaboration and cooperation between the various actors of civil society in the West African sub region.
The Unit’s training strategies include regional and national targeted initiatives in selected countries in response to identified operational challenges, demand driven requests and scheduled fee paying courses.
The Institute’s training interventions provide a forum for:
- Imparting New Techniques and Methods
- Exchanging Ideas
- Enhancing Analytical Competencies
- Sharing Experiences
- Bridging Differences
- Strengthening the Functional Capabilities of CSOs through Mutual Collaboration and Partnership
Human Resource Management
Monitoring and Evaluation
Policy Advocacy and Engagement
Networking and Alliance Building
Resource Mobilisation and Proposal Writing
Personal Productivity Skills
Financial Management and Budgetary Control
Policy Research and Analysis
Our trainers and resource persons are highly experienced professionals who deliver our national and regional tailored initiatives, scheduled fee paying training courses, and deliver tailor-made training courses and services for civil society in the sub region. Our trainers are frequently up-to-date on the newest development thinking, and new ways of working, and they bring the added value of rich, broad base experience and stimulating innovation.
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