Scoping and Design of the Capacity Development Planning Process
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Successful and sustainable capacity development can only occur when there is commitment from individuals who invest in the process from the design stage onwards.
Engaging stakeholders to build consensus from the time of designing the capacity development process is vital to ensure that all country partners are kept informed, consulted and engaged as necessary. Each organisation will have a different role and perspective of the capacity development effort. UNDP works with organisations to bring country stakeholders together, along with tools to outline the scope and process for the capacity development.
UNDP is able to bring together a wide variety of groups working in the health sectors from civil society to government and donor groups.
UNDP facilitates workshops and consultation meetings for groups to engage in country dialogue and can ensure the views of all country stakeholders from direct implementers to policy makers are reflected.
UNDP develops tools to suit the needs of all groups, and provides examples of successful capacity development activities in different countries.
1. Analyse stakeholders
2. Review institutional arrangements.
3. Define a capacity development team and roles.
4. Plan and manage communications.
The following points should be considered when scoping and designing the process.
Use methods appropriate to the context.
There is a need for on-going communications and engagement.
Country ownership and partnership is critical.
It is helpful to identify agents of change.
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