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Organizational Development is a body of knowledge and practice that enhances organizational performance and individual development by increasing alignment among the various system within the overall organization. OD interventions are inclusive methodologies and approaches to strategic planning, organization design, leadership development, change management, performance management, coaching, diversity, team building and work-life balance. Under this service, we focus on;

1. Organizational Governance

2. Strategic Planning

3. Managing Finances

4. Managing People/Projects

5. Office Administration

6. Publicity & Fundraising

7. Theory of Change

8. Org. Capacity Assessment

Monitoring and Evaluation is an embedded concept and constitutive part of every project or programme design. It is not imposed control instrument by the donor or an optional accessory of any project or program. M&E is ideally understood as dialogue on development and its progress between stakeholders. It is integral in evaluation. During an evaluation, information from previous monitoring processes is used to understand the ways in which the project or program developed and stimulated change.

1. M&E Plans and Frameworks

2. Org. Structures with M&E functions

3. Routine Program Monitoring

4. Program Focused Shared Learning

5. Mid / End Term Project Evaluations

6. Data Dissemination and Use

7. Surveys & Surveillance

8. Communication, Advocacy & Culture

9. Knowledge & Data Management

10. M&E, Impact & Accountability

11. Market Research

Governance is the process of providing strategic leadership. It entails the functions of inclusivity, setting direction, making policy and strategy decisions, overseeing and monitoring organizational performance, and ensuring overall accountability. Nonprofit governance is a organizational process involving multiple functions and engaging multiple stakeholders. Public sector governance refers to the political process of policy and decision making, whereas nonprofit governance refers to the process of providing leadership, direction, and accountability.

1. Public Information

2. Advocacy and Citizen Voice

3. Public Dialogue

4. Transparency & Accountability

5. Policy Analysis and Reviews

6. Public Budget Analysis & Reviews

7. M&E and Documenting Public Social Services

8. Social Accountability & Monitoring

1. We provide solutions on Professional Rapportuering services at Workshops, Seminars, Training and Conferences

2. We provide solutions on in-house training to staff on; Writing Effectively

3. We provide solutions on in-house training to staff on result based reporting

4. We provide in-house training to staff on writing Most Significant Change Stories (MSCS)

5. We provide solutions on developing short videos and documentaries

6. We provide solutions on developing scripts and doing voice overs

7. We provide solutions on bulk Video/Audio Transcribing

8. We provide solutions on Bulk data entry and Editing

Training & Capacity Building provide a forum for reviewing staff members’ responsibilities vis-à-vis organizations codes of operation. In planning, we focus on; Identifying context relevant skills and tool the staff through preliminary training and implementation and, Influencing change in staff attitudes and behavior by raising awareness and understanding of various aspects of development programming and instituting systems for improved programming and accountability. 

1. Communication & Presentation Skills

2. Goal Setting & Performance Skills

3. Concepts & Proposal Formulation

4. Business Models for IGAs & SMEs

5. Result Focused Reporting

6. Social Accountability & Monitoring

7. Shrinking Political Space

8. Tax Justice & Good Governance

9. HRBA

10. Social Movements

11. Mentorship, Coaching & Team Building 

12. RA Methodologies

16. Gender Responsive Public Services

Gender Mainstreaming: The overall objective of mainstreaming gender is to have a gender sensitive focus that provides a signal that helps to measure gender-related changes in the society, politics, economic participation etc. Gender mainstreaming is about using participatory approaches. The initial step is to have a basic understanding of what gender mainstreaming is “It is ensuring that strategies and actions for ending discrimination at all levels and stages of the project cycle; taking into consideration men and women’s needs, desires, ambitions when decisions are made and resources are allocated”.

Human Rights Based Approaches (HRBA): A human rights-based approach is a conceptual framework for the process of human development that is normatively based on international human rights standards and operationally directed to promoting and protecting human rights. It seeks to analyze inequalities which lie at the heart of development problems and redress discriminatory practices and unjust distributions of power that impede development progress.

Access to Information: Access to information is not only about promoting and protecting rights to information but is equally concerned with promoting and protecting communication (use of information) to voice one’s views, to participate in democratic processes that take place at all levels (community, national, regional and global) and to set priorities for action.