First Training on Governance Professionalism and Accountability (GPA) 2015
Venue: KSSA/ICF Center, Phnom Penh
Date: 23 Mar-27 Mar 2015
GPA training course was conducted on 23-27 March 2015 and provided a great opportunity for NGO colleagues to build up stronger capacity and share experiences and challenges of their daily operation. We, CCC, as an organizer are very proud of this fruitful result. Moreover, we commit to put more effort to improve and extend such good training course to serve as a pool of building more capacity for NGO sector.
Among the participants, 69% of them addressed that strategic planning is very important and useful topic for them and their organization as a whole followed by 63% of them admired the importance of financial sustainability with the other 56% are interested in governance and professional practice topic. All of them were also appreciated of the facilitation techniques used by each guest speaker and wished CCC to provide longer time for such important training program.
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be aware of the steps to plan, design, and implement a results-based monitoring and evaluation system within their organization; understand how an M&E system is a valuable tool to support good project or program management; practice developing M&E system and tools (questionnaires) for collecting data for Mentoring and Evaluation of indicators
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