ACBAR - Capacity Development Program Update
Update: 03:10 PM 12-02-2018
ACBAR - Capacity Development Program Update

ACBAR Capacity Development Updates


ACBAR expands trainings in Afghanistan to NGOs


Capacity Development Achievements in 2017

ACBAR is pleased to release its achievements regarding trainings conducted in different provinces of Afghanistan with funding support of Japan and UNEP.

Afghan Civil Society Support Initiatives (ACSSI) Project:

  1. Project Design –Building an intervention logic training
  • 19 trainings on Project Design conducted in 19 provinces of Afghanistan for 486 (348 Male, 138 Female, 458 NGOs’ staff & 28 government line departments) employees.
  • 486 of participants from NGOs/CSOs and government line departments enhanced their capacity on proposal writing through ACBAR trainings in 19 provinces of Afghanistan.
  • In addition to trainings, the Capacity Development carried out training evaluations with 180 (130 Male, 50 Female) training participants in 11 provinces in order to assess the outcome and impact of the trainings. The feedbacks from evaluations are used to improve and adapt the training activities and methodologies.
Feedback from our Participant

“Thank you for conducting a great workshop in Kapisa province. I have obtained many workshops on proposal writings in abroad before, but this training really had an influence on my career and inspired me to write a good proposal.  All the contents, supplements, group works were valuable and effective and helped us to learn more about the most critical aspects of the proposal. The trainings were delivered very well by the trainers.”(Mohammad Aziz Asefi, Care Int., Provincial Manager of Kapisa and Parwan)

United Nations Environment Program (UNEP):

  1. Introduction to Climate Change ( from Science to Action in Afghanistan) training
  • 5 trainings conducted on Introduction to Climate Change (From Science to Action in Afghanistan) in 5 provinces of Afghanistan for 152 (97 Male, 55 Female, 133 NGOs staff & 19 governmental line departments) employees of 141 NGOs/CSOs and 11 governmental line departments.
  • The objective of the training was to support Afghan NGOs/CSOs at national and provincial levels, to better understand, Climate Change from science to action to consider it in their interventions, and to contribute in building adaptation and mitigation capacity in country.
Feedback from our Participant

“The training was new and learned many concepts I didn’t know before. All the training contents were explained clearly through presentations and group works and discussions and helped us to enhance our knowledge and information regarding climate change. Overall the training was very informative and effective and aware us how the climate change effects on different sectors and funding opportunities and availability of technologies in order to adapt and mitigate from impacts of climate change. (Ajab khan Omerkhail Provincial Coordinator, MADERA- Nangarhar province)