Training and Capacity Building

BUNYAD Foundation has its own capacity building unit, comprised upon experts from the field with sound knowledge hub and professional backgrounds. The unit is responsible to conduct trainings at two levels; i) trainings of project staff and ii) the trainings of projects’ audiences as agreed in contracts with the partner organizations.

BUNYAD Foundation believes that proper capacity building of staff before executing a project is of vital importance for the successful and impact oriented implementation. The Foundation’s capacity building unit is quite familiar with this reality and used to design and execute a training of project staff before their formal operations in the field. Later on but during implementation, the unit use to emphasis on the monitoring as well as monthly performance reports to pursue that what type of training they need. This lead to the conduction of multiple and diverse focused on-job trainings for the staff during projects’ implementation phase.

Secondly, the capacity building unit of BUNYAD Foundation is also responsible to conduct capacity building sessions and trainings with the target audience of all projects which use to be under implementation at all courses of time. The projects’ staff identify and manage the trainings logistics and share their plans with the central capacity building unit whose members use to visit the venues and conduct the training sessions as per agenda and project outcomes.

Since the establishment of capacity building unit at BUNYAD Foundation, it has conducted 2,979 trainings at multiple projects’ localities through which the capacity of 114,175 participants built around different themes as; literacy and non-formal basic education (22,825), child protection (4,307), reproductive maternal and newborn health (51,534), women empowerment (21,347), environment and climate change (945), and disaster relief and risk reduction (13,217).

Literacy and Non-Formal Basic Education

Child Protection

Disaster Relief and Risk Reduction

Reproductive; Maternal & Newborn Health

Women Empowerment

Environment and Climate Change

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