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ORGANIZATIONAL / NGO CAPACITY BUILDING An Overview of PCI Approaches PCI- Internal Draft 6/13/00 Organizational Individual Governmental/Networks Capacity Building Definitions Offspring (dependent): PCI creates a local NGO to access new resources and to ensure project sustainability. Offspring (independent): a PCI-created NGO that has become autonomous Parallel entities: PCI strategically partners with an autonomous NGO to achieve shared project goals Selected: PCI selects NGOs to be direct beneficiaries of capacity-building interventions OFFSPRING (DEPENDENT INDEPENDENT) •PROCOSAL (El Salvador) •APROSAR (Bolivia) •LPPM (Indonesia) •UTAMA (Indonesia) •RXIIN T’NAMET (Guatemala) ORIGIN OF •Created by PCI staff PARTNERSHIP •Continued mutually beneficial relationship (funding opportunities) GOALS OF •Sustainable NGO with improved health care delivery PARTNERSHIP CAPACITY • PCI provides ad hoc capacity building to staff (PROCOSAL) BUILDING • PCI provides direction of day-to-day operations and assists with APPROACH proposal writing (APROSAR) • Systematic institutional/ technical strengthening and sub-grants (LPPM, UTAMA) •Collaboration through future sub-grant opportunities (RT) PARALLEL ENTITIES •CEPS (Nicaragua) •Fountain of Hope (Zambia) ORIGIN OF •Pre-existing NGO PARTNERSHIP •Symbiotic collaborative relationship, and equal partnership •PCI and NGO combine forces and resources to deliver services and strengthen each other GOALS OF •Continued sharing of expertise and funding opportunities PARTNERSHIP •Help young CBO/NGO become more self-sustaining •Improve technical capacity of PCI and NGO •Increase health service delivery CAPACITY •Ad hoc, according to funding opportunities BUILDING •Systematic institutional/ technical strengthening and sub-grants APPROACH SELECTED •LA RED (US/Mexico) •Guatemala NGOs (Guatemala) •Matching Grant NGOs (12: India,Indonesia,Zambia) ORIGIN OF •Selected existing NGOs for capacity building. PARTNERSHIP •Sub-grantor/ sub-grantee relationship GOAL OF •Help individual / networks of NGOs become more self-sustaining PARTNERSHIP •Improve technical capacity of NGOs •Improve health care delivery CAPACITY •Systematic institutional/ organizational strengthening BUILDING •Systematic health technical strengthening APPROACH •Awarding sub-grants PROJECT CONCERN INTERNATIONAL PRESENTS: Two Case Studies Matching Grant Bolivia MATCHING GRANT Capacity-Building Initiative: To mitigate the spread and impact of HIV/ AIDS by strengthening NGOs in India, Indonesia, and Zambia (current 1997-2000; new 2000-2005) Methodology Capacity-building areas: Organizational/Management HIV/AIDS Programming Strategic planning State-of-the-Art Governance/ leadership interventions Administration/ financial Program planning management Implementation Resource development/ Monitoring, evaluation, sustainability reporting Networking MATCHING GRANT Number of NGO partners: India: 6 (originally 12) Indonesia: 3 Zambia: 3 Capacity-building process: Organizational self-assessments Joint capacity-building plans HIV/AIDS intervention plans and sub-grants Training, TA, ,mentoring, and networking MATCHING GRANT Achievements: NGOs: Nascent, Emerging, Expanding, Mature Increased HIV/AIDS services Challenges: Continuity: Crisis contexts; fragile and turbulent life of NGOs Long-term process/long-term commitment Measurement methodologies BOLIVIA Food Aid and Municipal Capacity Building Current Program Project Concern partners with 39 municipalities to implement an integrated approach to rural development to improve food security in rural regions of Bolivia. Background 1994 Public Participation Law decentralized public spending Municipalities lack financial and administrative management experience BOLIVIA Food Aid and Municipal Capacity Building Components of Partnership Municipalities Funding from federal government for public spending Decision-making Elected leadership Project Concern Food commodities Monetization funds Technical expertise in public health, development practices and financial/ administrative management BOLIVIA Food Aid and Municipal Capacity Building Methodology Organizational/Management Inter-agency collaboration/planning Governance/ leadership Administration/ financial management Programming Water and Basic Sanitation Maternal and Child Health Management of Natural Resources