Introduction of ss gs program at cdwg en

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  • Level 1: Sept 09–Jun 10 Level 2: Jul 10 - Jun11 Level 3: Jul 11 - Sep12: apart from 4 provided training, SSGs can be sent to participate other training such as vocational training, microfinance, business start up…provided by different organizations

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  • 1. CDWG MEETING
    • SELF-HELP AND SUPPORTED GROUPS CAPACITY BUILDING FOR
    • INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    • August 10, 20 10
  • 2. OUTLINE
    • Purpose of SSGs capacity building for institutional development
    • Needs Assessment & Capacity Building Strategy
    • Process of SSG capacity building provided by Abt/HPI
    • Legal registration handbook
  • 3. Purpose of SSGs program
    • To develop SSGs’ capacity so that they may emerge as effective advocates and service providers and obtain formal recognition and legal registration:
      • To increase institutional capacity
      • To support in legal registration
  • 4. From Needs Assessment Of Capacity Building & Legal Registration Key Findings and Recommendations Lack of group management skill and skills for group “survival” Provide trainings at need and objective- oriented Lack of follow-up on application of the trained skills Provide post- training supervision and on site coaching Lack of information and guidance for Legal registration Develop Legal registration handbook Overlapped training program at provincial level Coordinate among stakeholders
  • 5. To Define CB Strategy For Institutional Development
    • Trainings to groups in need, especially those interested in legal registration via competitive & transparent selection process
    • Post-training on-site coaching and mentoring
    • Small grants
    • Support in legal registration
  • 6. SSG CAPACITY BUILDING FOR INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT Mentoring and On-site Coaching Small grants + legal registration handbook Enabling environment and political support
    • 4 trainings
    • Legal registration
    • Group mission and vision, organizational strategic plan
    • Organizational branding, Event/PR organization, Advocacy
    • Organization governance with human resource management
    Level 3 (Advanced) 5 SSGs
    • 3 trainings
    • Project management (advanced) with financial management
    • Proposal writing (advanced) with resource mobilization
    • Project management (basic)
    Level 2 (Intermediate) 15 SSGs
    • 1 initial training, on-site support
    • & 1 secondary training
    • Proposal writing (basic)
    • Group Mission statement, meeting facilitation skill
    • Group work plan, group operational procedures
    Level 1 (Basic)
    • Secondary training: 20 SSGs
      • Initial training: 32 SSGs
  • 7. 122 SSGs Needs Assessment, Announcement of 1 st round training, 54 applicants 32 SSGs 1 st round training in group facilitation skills 65 SSGs Announcement of 2nd round training 25+1 SSGs Application-based evaluation and select qualified SSGs 20+1 SSGs On-site supportive supervision 15+1 SSGs Training in proposal writing, Submission of proposal on group capacity building 5 SSGs Training in project management & small grants +on-site coaching 5 SSGs w Legal status Advanced trainings + small grants + support in legal registration 15 SSGs Summary of SSGs Capacity Building for Institutional development
  • 8. Legal registration manual for SSGs
    • HPI & UNAIDS: http://phadvn.org/hpivn/
    • Requirements & procedures for legal establishment & registration for different types of legal entities
      • Association
      • Social fund/charity fund
      • Science & Technology Organization
      • Cooperative
      • Cooperative group
      • Household business
      • Enterprise
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    • Q&A?
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    • Thank you for your attention!