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Enhancing civil society’s management, fundraising and communication in Ukraine
The main objective of the project is to strenghten local NGO capacities in essential topics highly relevant for civil society development in Ukraine, transfer V4 experiences and strenghten the cooperation among NGOs from V4 countries and Ukraine. In the light of armed conflict in the East Ukraine and political shifts the specifico bjective of the project is to enhance the basic skills of civil society (including NGO management and field staff) including those dealing with the humanitarian situation.
The capacity building program will consist of 4 components: training, study visits, consultancy and awareness activities. 1. TheTraining Program (7 trainings) willbedesigned in a way to deliver recommendation and skills, reflecting challenges faced by NGO and civil society in general. Thetopics of thetranings are:Strategic and Project management, Communication, Fundraising, Volunteers, Socialwork, Crisisintervention. 2. The Study Visits will be anopportunity forkey staff from 4 local NGO to spend 1 week in theo ffice of 4 project partners. 3. The Consultancy Mentorship will be provided online to the participants of the trainings by the experts of the project partners´ organizations to help participants accomplish the tasks from trainings and elaborate the new skills. 4. The Awareness activities are part of the discussion eventsin the partners´countries and a confrence in Kiev.
The Capacitybuilding program proposed to Ukrainian NGOs will provide opportunities for training of individuals starting the career as NGOs workers, as well as for more experienced NGO workers to develop specialists skills. The activities will be done from May 2017 till September 2018. The project is realized by ADRA Slovakia, ADRA CzechRepublic, Hungarian Baptist Aid, Polish Medical Mission and ADRA Ukraine, funded by Vysegrad Fund.
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