From the 19 – 21st November 2012, AWDF will hold a 3 day skills building workshop on ‘Rights and Results Based Programming’ (RBP) in Johannesburg, South Africa, for 30 grantee partners from the Southern Africa region (Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Botswana and Swaziland). This training will seek to adapt the framework of the RBP to the needs of women’s rights organisations. Participants will be trained on how to use the RBP framework within the context of women’s rights activities and to understand the core questions around the implementation of RBP.
Key objectives for the skills building workshop are:
• To identify some of the common challenges within women’s organizations in their ability to track and report change in their programme to different stakeholders.
• To provide skills that will enable grantees to systematically align their work to anticipated results, track changes and report them in more coherent and compelling ways to the different stakeholders.
This training will be co-facilitated by Hope Chigudu, a women’s rights consultant; Zeytuna Abdellah Azasso, Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, AWDF and Nafi Chinery, Capacity Building Officer, AWDF.