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Capacity Building


The Center for Capacity Development at JSI and World Education

Organizational capacity development is at the core of World Education’s model and has helped improve the ability of local organizations and government services to meet the needs of their stakeholders for over 60 years.

World Education's approach is both participatory and facilitative. We look at all aspects of organizational functioning, from mission and governance to management, planning, financial administration, monitoring and evaluation, human resources, and external relations.

Participatory assessments identify baselines and targets at each level of an organization, a process that encourages discussion, critical thinking, and buy-in for change. This then leads to a series of inputs targeted to improve organizational functioning that can be anything from training, mentoring, exchange visits, participation in World Education’s innovative civil society academies, or other individual- or organizational-level activities.

 

Featured Projects

View details: Essential GBV Services and Prevention Project in Malawi

Essential GBV Services and Prevention Project in Malawi

Bantwana is addressing on school-related gender-based violence prevention through an integrated approach that is strengthening the resilience of vulnerable adolescents and their families.

View details: Project for Local Empowerment (PLE)

Project for Local Empowerment (PLE)

World Education, working with the International Rescue Committee, is bringing educational opportunities to the children of Burmese refugees who have been living in refugee camps along the Thailand border for a decade or more.

 
 

 

 

Featured Resources

 

Features

View details: Breaking the Cycle of Child Labor: Sharadha's Story

Breaking the Cycle of Child Labor: Sharadha's Story

After enrolling in a nonformal education class targeting children who are forced to work in the brick industry, Sharadha was able to transition back to formal school.

View details: Using Soccer to Fight HIV

Using Soccer to Fight HIV

When Fortune's mother died, Fortune says that she was too young—at age six—to understand the loss.

View details: From Hardship to Hope

From Hardship to Hope

Twelve year-old Zanele's father died when she was just a little girl, and her grandfather struggled alone to support a household of fourteen individuals.