Understanding Capacity Building

We offer virtual and in-person courses tailored to suit every institutional requirement, and the training methods embrace participatory approaches to the acquisition of new knowledge, skills and attitudes, equipping people to operate more effectively in their workplace.

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Gender Mainstreaming

Gender mainstreaming capacity building initiatives

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Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity and inclusion initiatives in capacity building

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Advocacy & Leadership

Advocacy and and leadership development initiatives

Our Services

Through capacity building, we strengthen the abilities of individuals, institutions, and systems to perform core functions sustainably, and to continue to improve and develop over time.
We work with clients to design capacity building and institutional strengthening initiatives that lead to actionable, sustained sector change.

Capacity building is the improvement in an individual or organization’s facility “to produce, perform or deploy”. It’s elements include:


Commit for the long term

The ability to be successful over the long haul requires ongoing attention to organizational capacity.


Co-create solutions with stakeholders

A common criticism of capacity building is that it can feel paternalistic.


Strengthen the ecosystem

Operate in an ecosystem with a diverse network of support available, including consultants and technical assistance providers

Service FAQ’s

Do you do Capacity Building?
Yes. We strengthen the abilities of individuals, institutions, and systems to perform core functions sustainably, and to continue to improve and develop over time.
What courses do you offer in capacity building?
We offer online/virtual and physical courses tailored to suit every institutional requirement, and the training methods embrace participatory approaches to the acquisition of new knowledge, skills and attitudes, equipping people to operate more effectively in their workplace.
What Focus areas do you offer in Capacity Building
Capacity building areas include Gender Mainstreaming, Advocacy and Leadership Development, and Diversity and Inclusion.