In December 2013, more than 20 NGOs learned the real value of monitoring and evaluating the work they do for donors such as USAID.
“What I find most significant is that up until now NGOs, in their work and evaluation, did not focus on the ways their campaigns changed society, but rather on the immediate results of their campaigns,” said participant Dario Jovanovic, project coordinator for the Centers for Civic Initiatives, which implements USAID’s Civil Society Sustainability Project in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Held on Mt. Jahorina near Sarajevo, the three-day training was the last in a four-part series of workshops to strengthen the institutional capabilities of USAID local implementing partners so they can better support their sub-grantee partners and USAID goals and objectives. The trainings covered: 1) public outreach; 2) fundraising; 3) collaboration; and 4) performance management. The program, called “Strengthening Institutional Capacity of USAID Partners in BiH,” was implemented by the Institute for Youth Development KULT in fall/winter 2013.
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