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Tracking Capacity Development


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Tracking Capacity Development

  1. 1. FAO Rome, Italy 26 – 29 June, 2018 Justin Chisenga Capacity Development Officer Tracking Capacity Development 7th Capitalization Meeting EU Land Governance Programme
  2. 2. Three Dimensions of Capacity Development - Recap Technical capacity in the broad areas of food and agriculture Functional capacities to enable country actors to plan, manage and sustain change. Capacity: "the ability of people, organizations and society as a whole to manage their affairs successfully”. Capacity development: “the process of unleashing, strengthening and maintaining of such capacity". (OECD DAC )
  3. 3. Capacity Areas - Recap Individual dimension areas: • Knowledge • Competencies • Attitudes and behaviors • Values Organizational dimension areas: linked to the functioning and performance of organizations, including the: • Mandates • Systems • Internal processes • Organizational priorities • Motivation and financial/non financial incentives • Collaboration and KS mechanisms • Infrastructures and equipment Enabling environment areas: the context in which individuals and organizations work, including: • the institutional set-up of a country • implicit and explicit rules • power structures • legal, policy and political environment
  4. 4. Managing for Results - Recap The Results Chain- Causality, attribution and contribution Inputs Activities Outputs Outcomes Impact ‘Hope to see’ Long-term development improvements to which we contribute ‘Want to see’ Immediate effects on clients Beyond team control but achievable given necessary conditions ‘Expect to see’ The end products and services; deliverables from the activities; within team control Actions undertaken to transform inputs into outputs Financial, human and material resources
  5. 5. 7th Capitalization Meeting EU Land Governance Programme Foundation for Monitoring – The Logframe Objectives (Results Chain) Indicators (Objectively Verifiable Indicators) Data Sources (Means of Verification) Assumptions (Risks) Impact / Goal Outcome Output Activity
  6. 6. 7th Capitalization Meeting EU Land Governance Programme Examples: Capacity Related Outputs and Outcomes Outputs Outcomes Workshop participants are able to produce relibale and accurate land tenure data Workshop participants apply new techniques systematically Data collection systems in National Land Agency is strengthened National Land Agency delivers high quality land administration services Multi-stakeholder process to reform policy frameworks established Policy frameworks are reformed in inclusive and participatory manner Individuals Organizations Enabling Environment
  7. 7. 7th Capitalization Meeting EU Land Governance Programme Examples: Capacity-Related Indicators Examples Output: Number of cadastral technicians with newly aquired knowledge by date x Outcome: Proportion of cadastral technicians applying knowledge to improve land admonsitration by date x Output: Number of land administration information systems established by date x Outcome: Improved information sharing on land administration among national, regional and local agencies by date x Output: New gender-sensitive sector policy formulated by date x Outcome: National budget allocated to implement new sector policy by date x Individuals Organizations Enabling Environment
  8. 8. 7th Capitalization Meeting EU Land Governance Programme KAP for Participatory Qualitative MoV Knowledge Attitude Practice (KAP) • Approach to assess impact of knowledge and learning activities on individual’s behaviour and practices • captures a) Knowledge acquired b) Change in Attitude and c) Change in Practices (Complimentary to other techniques and approaches)
  9. 9. 7th Capitalization Meeting EU Land Governance Programme MSC for Participatory Qualitative MoV Most Significant Change (MSC) • Participatory storytelling technique to capture (unexpected) outcomes among beneficiaries and stakeholders • Collect “significant change stories” with regular discussions and reflection Source: The ‘Most Significant Change’ (MSC) Technique (Complimentary to other techniques and approaches)
  10. 10. 7th Capitalization Meeting EU Land Governance Programme Group Work Indicators Means of Verification Assumptions (Risks) Outcome Output Project: Strengthening Land Administration in Country X CD Issue: No awareness on tenure governance in communities
  11. 11. 7th Capitalization Meeting EU Land Governance Programme Group Work PART 1 • In groups, take few minutes to read the Capacity Matrix individually • Then select one capacity issue from the matrix which the intervention should address (this is your entry point) PART 2 • Propose the appropriate modalities to address that issue (How to get there/intervention) PART 3 • Define one outcome, one output, 1-2 indicators and 1-2 means of verification Defining capacity development-related outputs, outcomes and indicators PARTIE 1 • En groupe, prenez quelques minutes pour lire la matrice de capacité individuellement • Sélectionnez ensuite un problème de capacité dans la matrice que l'intervention doit traiter (ceci est votre point d'entrée) PARTIE 2 • Proposer les modalités appropriées pour résoudre ce problème (Comment y parvenir/intervention) PARTIE 3 • Définissez un résultat, un objectif spécifique, 1-2 indicateurs et 1-2 moyens de vérification Définir les réalisations, les résultats et les indicateurs liés au renforcement des capacités
  12. 12. Thank you! 7th Capitalization Meeting EU Land Governance Programme FAO Rome, Italy 26 – 29 June, 2018