|Capacity building is a key strategy in all UN Women programmes and projects. The challenge so far has been in building institutional capacity and making these efforts sustainable.
In its SP/AWP and in all new programmes, UN Women Sudan is taking a more systematic approach to capacity building with provision of technical support to the gender machinery within the MoWSS, collaboration with academic institutions for the production of training tools and roll-out of training programmes, expanding knowledge and evidence base through commissioning research , mapping studies, capacity assessments and so on
In addition to this, UN Women CO will ensure that practical in-house training for partners are conducted:
(i) Programme staff will facilitate one training workshops annually for partners on Women?s Rights and basic gender frameworks looking at our 5 impact areas;
(ii) M&E staff will facilitate training on Results Based Management (RBM) of projects/programmes.
(iii) Operations staff will conduct training on financial reporting
This will contribute to addressing capacity gaps identified through partner capacity assessment or audit reports.
||UN Women CO Programme officers, M&E Officer and Operations/Finance officer
||Capacity building initiatives are key in UNW CO mandate. For Instance, A Workshop was delivered to the UNCT Group (Gender Thematic Group). However, capacity building initiatives need to be systematic. CO Staff was internally trained on RBM and programme staff on different themes under the 5 impact areas