FAO Nepal‘s Local Culture Change Team (NLCCT)<br />Major activities<br />FAO Nepal Team<br />
Activities of NLCCT are based on the five pillars identified by the Organization culture change strategy and are closely l...
Career Development<br />Integrity / Respect<br />Several in-country/abroad training for staffs: Team buildingProblem Solvi...
Core Competence<br />Service Orientation <br />Ensuring need based technical support to hosting government and farmers<br ...
Results<br />Prioritization<br />Result oriented working culture reflected in FAO Nepal increased field program many times...
Knowledge Production<br />Shared Purpose<br />FAO Nepal web site<br />DVD on NLCCT integrating in farmer daily life realit...
Stakeholder  orientation<br />Knowledge sharing <br />and learning<br />Interacting with NGO/Civil societies <br />During ...
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  1. 1. FAO Nepal‘s Local Culture Change Team (NLCCT)<br />Major activities<br />FAO Nepal Team<br />
  2. 2. Activities of NLCCT are based on the five pillars identified by the Organization culture change strategy and are closely linked with each other, and are shaping the FAO Nepal Team’s activities in the country <br />FAO Nepal‘s<br />
  3. 3. Career Development<br />Integrity / Respect<br />Several in-country/abroad training for staffs: Team buildingProblem SolvingCommunication Skills Leadership Office Management<br />Interacting with “untouchable class” for better service and support is the reflection of FAO inclusive culture <br />Member of NLCCT Joining female farmers in the field and sharing their daily life chores to understand their hard work for household food security<br />Service Orientation Training: FAS, FPMIS, Procurement, TCP information...<br />2 staff received promotion and for the first time, FAO Nepal got the post of Assistant FAOR (Administration ) in 2010 thanks to increased program portfolio<br />Valuing People<br />Inclusive Working Environment<br />Recognition and Reward<br />Birthday Calendar” hung in the office to create sense of recognizing and belonging<br />Receiving and giving blessings on national festivals <br />Learning yoga to balance between work and life..<br />A memento given highlighting the spirit “Proud to Work for FAO”<br />Visiting and discussion about culture change with project staffs<br />Working together with farmers, sharing their issues and daily life activities <br />Efforts to break down barriers between religion, cast and sex, “Dar Khane” organized for female staffs.<br />Reward given to best participant of the training<br />
  4. 4. Core Competence<br />Service Orientation <br />Ensuring need based technical support to hosting government and farmers<br />Delivering high quality and timely services<br />Consultation on policy <br />Technical support in response to farmers’ needs<br />Ensuring Professional Excellence<br />FAO Nepal‘s<br />Innovation<br />Learning<br />Learning culture is an attitude of the entire FAO Nepal staff and very much promoted by NLCCT members <br />Resource mapping together with farmers is also an innovation of bottom up planning<br />Volunteer guided tour to FAO HQs / RAP colleagues to show local culture<br />Learning from all stakeholders at different levels<br />Adaptability<br />Innovative approach proposed by NLCCT to deal with internal conflict is based on the identification of dividing and connecting elements in organizational working relationship<br />Participation in Field trips to learn about nature conservation on spot<br />Adapted to farmers indigenous cooking while in the field<br />Nepali Traditional craft in office<br />Celebrating paddy plantation Splash mud festival <br />
  5. 5. Results<br />Prioritization<br />Result oriented working culture reflected in FAO Nepal increased field program many times times higher during the last 5 years .<br />Strengthening FAO human and technical capacity to ensure adequate resources for NLCCT activities <br />Equal priority to build bigger field program for FAO Nepal as well as ensuring its successful implementation <br />Awards given by donors and the Gov on FAO outstanding performance of field program/projects<br />Technical advices on policy formulation and execution<br />Enhancing Performance<br />Accountability<br />Delegation of authority and support motivate staffs<br />Efficiency<br />Recognition, opportunity, reward <br />NLCCT has proposed various motivating approach which are endorsed by management for implementation <br />Timely and effectively response to farmers’ needs <br />Internal Guidelines prepared by FAO Nepal is user’s friendly, transparent and time<br />Procurement committee meeting to ensure shared responsibilities and transparent operational culture <br />NLCCT’s effort to bring Nepali culture and natural Working environment of the office encourage FAO Nepal staffs to feel at home and perform better <br />
  6. 6. Knowledge Production<br />Shared Purpose<br />FAO Nepal web site<br />DVD on NLCCT integrating in farmer daily life realities<br />Internal Vision and Culture Change Issues shared with Representation staffs, Development Project, AI and Non-AI projects Staffs<br />DVD are produced on different topics such as poverty alleviation, Interview with FAO Partners etc.<br />Working as One FAO<br />Decision Making<br />Dissemination and Sharing<br />Female NLCCT members shared with each other about health, fashion, family.<br />Team Work<br />Consultation on NLCCT activities between FAOR and Projects staffs<br />Thematic magazine for staffs<br />Advice by by FAOR on formation of a gender and ethnically balanced NLCC is appreciated<br />NLCCT’s success story shared through Culture Team<br />Happy hour with home cooked food and jokes<br />Picnic with staffs’ family members. <br />Birth day’s greetings and wishing well e-cards reflects care from “FAO NLCCT family<br />Dancing/singing/socializing are NLCCT’s cultural habits <br />
  7. 7. Stakeholder orientation<br />Knowledge sharing <br />and learning<br />Interacting with NGO/Civil societies <br />During UN day<br />Publication s<br />On site discussion on seed varieties <br />Strategic planning with relevant stakeholders on agriculture development<br />At stakeholders level<br />At farm level<br />Strengthening Partnerships<br />Advocacy<br />NLCCT strong contribution to the 1 Billions Hungry Campaign , concerted efforts brought FAO Nepal Country Office the highest collector of signature with 511395 signature out of 3381696 Globally collected.<br />Prime Minister of Nepal and the UN Resident Coordinator signed the 1 billions petition<br />UN’s Radio Chautari has broadcast about different activities of FAO Nepal (i.e. Youth Employment and Livelihood, Disaster Preparedness and Monsoon, Food Security etc.<br />Donor’s visit the leasehold forest site<br />Group discussion on NMTPF/CPF workshop <br />
  8. 8. Thank You and Namaste<br />

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