Strengthening Community Development through Interfaith Dialogue
With TA-NPI support and training, EIFDDA is better equipped to “achieve goals of interfaith collaboration and improve service delivery at the grassroots level,” says EIFDDA’s Yonas Dare...
Learning to Use Information for Effective Program Management in Western Kenya
"Since the trainings, I am more confident. I used to prepare reports at a very basic level, just to comply with Ministry of Health requirements. Now I look at things more strategically," says Liza Onyango-Abuje, Communications, Monitoring & Evaluation Manager at Matibabu Foundation in Ukwala, Western Kenya...
Strengthening Support for the Most Vulnerable Children
“The capacity building helped us grow and better coordinate our work. I’ve come to understand and appreciate OVC better....”
Engaging People to Be Tested For HIV through More Effective Messaging
"Technical assistance that came with the NPI grant has strengthened us and enabled us to prepare for the future,” says the Matibabu Foundation's medical director Dr. Fred Okango...
Improving the Skills of Peer Educators for Greater Impact
Promoting HIV awareness and behavior change is a difficult task. But reaching people with disability with these messages is even harder. This population is often excluded from mainstream society and many people believe that they have no need for HIV education and services...
Restoring Dignity for those with HIV and AIDS
“I think the strategic planning workshop was the most
significant for me,” says Helen Bunt, the Nursing
Manager at Dignity House. “It put it all together in the
big picture and gave a continuity of thought, from vision down to stakeholder and patient comments, through to…
Building Stronger Organizational Systems in South Africa
“Everything we’ve learned from TA-NPI, we created a strategy for and have actually implemented,” says André Bezuidenhout, Sophumelela General Manager. "They literally contextualize every organization they work with...and continuously spend time seeing how we can do
more with what we’ve got....”
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