2 edition of Capacity-building and accelerated change in Latin American NGOs found in the catalog.
Capacity-building and accelerated change in Latin American NGOs
Microfiche. New Delhi : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 2001. 1 microfiche. Master microform held by: DLC.
|Other titles||Capacity building and accelerated change in Latin America NGOs|
|Statement||study conducted by ALOP & FICONG ; prepared by CEPES.|
|Contributions||International Forum on Capacity Building., ALOP (Association)|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2000/60434 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||00288792|
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Based on many years of practical experiences with NGOs, largely in Africa, this book argues that for capacity building programmes to be more effective we must: better appreciate the complex and highly personal dimensions to organisational change; understand the culture and context within which the capacity building takes place and adjust the programmes accordingly; consciously learn from our capacity building work.
David has worked Capacity-building and accelerated change in Latin American NGOs book Latin America on hydrogeology projects funded by Capacity-building and accelerated change in Latin American NGOs book International Development Research Centre, the Canadian International Development Agency and the International Atomic Energy Agency.
SinceDavid has focused on hydrogeology capacity building in Latin America through the CARA : David N Bethune, M. Cathryn Ryan. of Latin America are very high and beyond the means Capacity-building and accelerated change in Latin American NGOs book most governments.
Small and medium sized cities in Latin America have an inadequate institutional capacity for sustainable development. The professionals that take part in infrastructure projects, in both the public and private sectors, require an adequate training in order toFile Size: 3MB.
NGOs and Development in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Case Study of Haiti. An Honors Thesis Presented to the B.A in International Studies Program of The University of New Orleans In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts, with Honors in International Studies By Anna Marie Walter Pineda May Cited by: 1.
NGO capacity building and sustainability in the Paciﬁc the approach of Latin American NGOs to sustainability has received only little attention so far and respective research is scarce.
CAPACITY BUILDING. We use the term “capacity building” in reference to interventions that produce sustained change at individual to national levels. 12 Strategies for capacity building can result from careful planning or as a spontaneous response to pressing needs.
They can be simple and limited in time, or complex, new or already embedded in the local by: 5. Global Environmental Change 16 () 7–18 Adaptation and the state: Latin America and the challenge of capacity-building under globalization Hallie Eakina, Maria Carmen Lemosb aDepartment of Geography, University of California, Santa Barbara, CAUSACited by: Democratic Transitions in Central America, Utrecht: International Books in cooperation with Transnational Institute, The first part of this book offers an analytical overview of contemporary thinking about civilFile Size: 47KB.
the Latin American NGO communit y w ith close relation- ships with donors and governments (P ear ce, ). In Asia, a different set of distinctive factors has inﬂu. Introduction. InWorld Development published a supplement entitled “Development Alternatives: the Challenge of NGOs” (Drabek, ).Twenty years of development studies later, everything seems more complicated: it has become defensible to claim that “there is no alternative,” that the term NGOs has no analytical or even descriptive value, that development is a form of Cited by: This book investigates how NGOs can become stronger advocates for citizens and better representatives of their interests.
Sabine Lang analyzes the choices that NGOs face in their work for policy change between working in institutional settings and practicing public advocacy that incorporates constituents' by: After introducing the Capacity-building and accelerated change in Latin American NGOs book role of NGOs in the international community at large, the book explores the history of NGOs in Latin America.
It then uses case studies to examine the economics and politics of NGOs vis-a-vis information, partnerships, opportunism, entrepreneurship, and Cited by: Cross-Cultural Management and NGO Capacity Building In order to build NGO capacity in an international development context successfully it is imperative to look at issues through a cross-cultural lens.
This Capacity-building and accelerated change in Latin American NGOs book not be an add-on or an afterthought.
It must be integrated into a capacity building approach. The project Management and. “Viva Rio is a non-governmental organization, headquartered in Rio de Janeiro.
Its main goal is to promote a culture of peace and social development through field work, research and formulation of public policies. The NGO was founded in December by representatives from different sectors of. The European Union found that Raymi was the most effective capacity building system in use in their projects in Latin America.
Workshop: “Identification of Supply and Demand in Training Methodologies in Projects of the European Union” in Latin America (Arica-Chile, March). Latin American politics as a "living museum," in which new political actors appeared on the scene, but the old ones refused to disappear.
7 Latin American NGOs are very similar. In general, they have evolved from providing charity and relief, into community organizing and local development, and more recently toward lobbying and advocacy work.
This paper reports on the author’s experiences as manager of a capacity-building project in Latin America. The project aimed to strengthen planning, monitoring, and evaluation (PM&E) in agricultural research. Nine lessons are drawn: (1) Project design is much more than a technical process; it is essentially one of negotiation.
(2) In capacity-building projects, design activities cannot end Cited by: processes managed by a few NGOs, as well as by stimulating a professional approach by the NGOs with respect to capacity building. One recommendation from the evaluation is aimed at both the DGD and the NGOs: increased investment is required in knowledge building and File Size: 2MB.
evaluation form – ngo capacity building Thank you for attending the NGO Capacity-building workshop in Jeju, December Please fill out the following evaluation form so we can understand better what you found interesting and useful in the workshop.
Deadline: 14 March United States Agency of International Development is inviting project proposals from all the eligible entity for ‘Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) Reads Capacity Program’ The major aim of the grant program is to increase the impact, scale, and sustainability of early grade reading interventions in the LAC region through the development of state-of-the.
many important capacity-building and civil society strengthening initia tives currently undertaken in the region' (BaIlón and Valderrama, ).
Moreover, the Latin American NGOs felt that important lessons beneficial for other regions in the world could be learned from Latin America. Of the 20 countries with the highest homicide rates, 17 are in Latin America, where 43 out of the world’s 50 most violent cities are located.
For every inhabitants in Latin America, 21 are murdered, while the world average is seven. In the last decade, the homicide rate in Latin America increased %, while the population grew %.
James Petras teaches sociology at the State University of New York at Binghamton. He is co-author of the book Neoliberalism and Class Conflict in Latin America (Macmillan, ). By the early s the more perceptive sectors of the neoliberal ruling classes realized that their policies were polarizing the society and provoking large-scale social discontent.
Enhancement of Local NGO Capacity Building NGOs Capacity Building AREAS Advocacy Mobilization Gender Equality Technical Resource Development Planning and Management NGO NGO NGO NGO NGO NGO Local NGO Network Sustainability. Editorial It is clear that without the help and cooperation of Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), the File Size: KB.
With a view to sharing information and experiences between accredited NGOs internationally, and promoting opportunities for ongoing networking and sharing of skills at a regional level among its members, the NGO Forum has begun a capacity-building programme that will hold its first workshop in the Republic of Korea from December The Case for Empowering Southern NGOs.
January 1, but I can say that we need to make changes in how capacity building is done. NGOs have a great role to play in civil society in West Africa. For example, in Latin America where the NGOs have been around for a lot longer, one can see that there are opportunities to break away from.
Toward Resilience: A Guide to Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation is an introductory resource for development and humanitarian practitioners working with populations at risk of disasters and other impacts of climate change. This book is a core resource developed as part of the Emergency Capacity Building (ECB) project.
Middle Atlantic Review of Latin American Studies, Vol. 2, No. 1, Bottom-up Capacity-building Strategies that the presence of such efforts and the international connections between them and the NGOs and IGOs they support have in many cases led to reduced violence and international conflict (Wilson.
Executive Secretary of the Latin American Association of Advocacy Organizations (ALOP),a region-wide NGO network with forty-five members.
He is also Chair ofthe International Forum on Capacity Building ofSouthern NGOs,former Chair of the NGO Working Group on the World Bank,and former Co-Chair of the World Bank NGO is also a SteeringFile Size: 3MB. In Allies or Adversaries, Jennifer N. Brass explains how these NGOs have changed the nature of service provision, governance, and state development in the early twenty-first century.
Analyzing original surveys alongside interviews with public officials, NGOs and citizens, Brass traces street-level government-NGO and state-society relations in Cited by: In Latin America, NGOs have historical roots in the Catholic Church's fear of social unrest.
In the s, the Church established Clritas, a social-assis-tance organization composed mainly of Catholic laypeople, in various countries of the region. Grad-ually, European and North American NGOs tied to the Church began channelling funds to Latin Amer.
Nonprofit Capacity Building Organizations There are many nonprofit organizations, in Washington State, that provide services to help other nonprofits build their capacity to achieve their mission.
If you're not sure if a particular organization is a good fit for your nonprofit, give us a call at and we'll help steer you in the. Capacity building (or capacity development) is the process by which individuals and organizations obtain, improve, and retain the skills, knowledge, tools, equipment, and other resources needed to do their jobs allows individuals and organizations to perform at a greater capacity (larger scale, larger audience, larger impact, etc).).
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Development Projects: Observations on the NGO Experience in General and in Latin America in Particular SALLY W. YUDELMAN Consultant, Washington, DC by: 9.
By Alejandro Werner Español, Português As of today, about 3, people have died from the COVID virus in Latin America and the Caribbean. While the pandemic continues to spread across the region, countries are facing the worst economic recession since countries started producing national accounts statistics in the s.
A wide range of organisations are working in climate change adaptation across Latin America, however only a few focus their efforts on mountain ecosystems. The following document provides information on the expertise and activities of these Latin American and international actors and describes what they can offer to stakeholders in different regions.
Latest Grants for NGOs and Individuals in Latin America Here is a list of latest grants, requests for proposals, call for applications and other resources for NGOs and individuals in Latin America. Call for Applications: UNESCO/ISEDC Co-Sponsored Fellowships Programme ments, research centers and universities, NGOs, and private sector associations.
There are many networks, but this one stands out because of its solidness and effectiveness. It is a thinking network with a purpose that has built a shared vision of rural change in Latin America on a territorial scale.
Against this backdrop, Latin America and the Caribbean, a region composed mostly of middle-income countries, is at a crossroads. In the context of the current economic slowdown, the region must take urgent steps to avoid falling further behind the industrialized countries and the most dynamic parts of the developing world in terms of growth and productivity, while also preserving the.
As ofC Minds is leading the Latam Chapter for the IEEE’s Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems, ensuring Latin America is a part of the global conversations shaping our future.
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