Good Governance & Institutional Strengthening
Capacitating the staff of public and private institutions on rudiments of transparent resource management, effective decision-making and other aspects of organizational development by adopting a bottom-up approach for structural strengthening, ECI is working on ‘Good Governance’ strengthening the capacity of elected representatives, promoting a vibrant, diverse & independent government, thus translating commitment into action. In order to fulfill the objectives of propagating good governance and strengthening institutions, ECI capitalizes upon its specialization in designing strategic training programs that translate complex concepts into training material for different audiences spanning micro-meso-macro levels.
We work with non-literate to semi-literate persons at the grassroots all the way up to government functionaries including ministers and senior-level bureaucrats.
To support implementation of NI’s Advocacy Initiative to strengthen SUNCSA in Pakistan including Administrative and Financial management of Human Resources of the Program
To “Support implementation of NI’s Advocacy Initiative to strengthen SUNCSA in Pakistan including Administrative and Financial management of Human Resources of the Program” under which support was given to NI in recruitment of a Media and Communication Consultant and Admin Assistant, facilitation to NI for the capacity building of the key stakeholders on nutrition, for orientation and demand creation, for enabling CSOs to actively contribute to multi-sectoral and multi-stakeholder, nutrition sensitive programming, for reporting and contributing, for media sensitization, for review and planning of SUNCSA meetings and for the procurement of office supplies in Islamabad and the capital cities of all the provinces.
Market Based Training on Human Resource Management, Social Media Marketing and Time Management (Phase-II)
Second Phase of HR Management Trainings for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are being conducted in collaboration with SMEDA, under their NBDP program. This was a series of 19 trainings which were carried out in different districts of Pakistan on the concepts of time management, social media marketing and human resource management.
Location: 12 districts (Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Bahawalpur, Dera Ismail Khan, Quetta, Sukkur, Hyderabad, Karachi, Multan, Muzaffarabad, Peshawar)
Target Audience: Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
Number of Beneficiaries: 482
Project Proposal Development and Fund Raising
Project implementation of International Labour Organization (ILO) for capacity building of officers and employees of Departments of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Water Management as well as the Department of Labors, Commerce and Industries.
Location: Gilgit Baltistan
Target Audience: officers and employees of Department of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Water Management on Fund raising and Project Proposal Development
Number of Beneficiaries: 29
Stress Management and Communication Skills
For better understanding of managing stress and develop better communication skills to be one step ahead in their better business opportunities.
Target Audience: FDO staff management
Number of Beneficiaries: 25
Facilitation Skills for Agriculture and Livestock Officers
Four 02-Day Sessions on “Facilitation Skills for Staff of Department of Agriculture, Baluchistan” in NARC where JICA in coordination with NARC is working to develop the capacities of the Agriculture and Livestock Officers.
Target Audience: agriculture and livestock officers
Number of Beneficiaries: 105