This paper describes IRC's experience and lessons learned in conducting Capacity Self-Assessment (CSA) workshops as part of the SHAW programme in Indonesia.
|Title||Improving performance of WASH actors: Capacity Self-Assessments of SHAW partner NGOs|
|Publication Type||Research Report|
|Year of Publication||2014|
|Date Published||July 2014|
|Publisher||IRC and Simavi|
|Place Published||The Hague, The Netherlands|
Implementing large-scale water, sanitation and hygiene programmes requires expert technical and management skills to ensure that programme goals and targets are realised.
Capacity self-assessments help organisations deepen their understanding of their existing capacities and future capacity needs and enable them to formulate capacity development action plans. These plans guide them in the continuous strengthening of their capacities.
This paper describes IRC’s experience and lessons learned in conducting Capacity Self-Assessment workshops as part of the SHAW programme.