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CAPACITY BUILDINGStrategy Concept&Action Plan2011-2014
Water Supply and Sanitation ProjectBinh Dinh ProvinceFebruary 2011
Project Capacity Building Strategy and Action Plan –24February 2011
Water Supply & Sanitation Project for Binh Dinh Province Belgian-Vietnamese cooperation 1/20
 
CONTENT
1 INTRODUCTION...................................................................................................................3
1.1 I
NSPIRATION
... ....................................................................................................................31.2
FOR
 
THE
P
ROJECT
S
C
APACITY
B
UILDING
C
OMPONENT
..................................................................3
2 CAPACITY BUILDING STRATEGY CONCEPT...................................................................5
2.1 T
HREE
A
PPROACHES
.............................................................................................................52.2 A
CTORS
, R
OLES
& R
ESPONSIBILITIES
, R
ELATIONSHIPS
..................................................................6
2.2.1 Rural Water Supply...................................................................................................................6 2.2.2 District Solid Waste Management.............................................................................................7 2.2.3 Irrigated agriculture...................................................................................................................9
2.3 W
HY
 
THIS
 
APPROACH
?.........................................................................................................11
3 ACTION PLAN 2011-2014..................................................................................................13
3.1 E
NHANCING
L
EADERSHIP
 
AND
M
ANAGEMENT
C
APACITY
................................................................13
3.1.1 Objective.................................................................................................................................133.1.2 Target Groups.........................................................................................................................133.1.3 Activities..................................................................................................................................14
3.2 E
NHANCING
I
NTER
-
INSTITUTIONAL
, S
ECTOR
-W
IDE
C
APACITY
.........................................................14
3.2.1 Water Supply...........................................................................................................................14
3.2.1.1 Objective........................................................................................................................................143.2.1.2 Target Groups.................................................................................................................................153.2.1.3 Activities........................................................................................................................................15
3.2.2 District Solid Waste Management...........................................................................................16 
3.2.2.1 Objective........................................................................................................................................163.2.2.2 Target Groups.................................................................................................................................163.2.2.3 Activities........................................................................................................................................16
3.2.3 Irrigated Agriculture.................................................................................................................17 
3.2.3.1 Objective........................................................................................................................................173.2.3.2 Target Groups.................................................................................................................................173.2.3.3 Activities........................................................................................................................................17
3.3 B
UDGET
...........................................................................................................................18
4 REFERENCES....................................................................................................................195 ANNEX................................................................................................................................19
Project Capacity Building Strategy and Action Plan –24February 2011
Water Supply & Sanitation Project for Binh Dinh Province Belgian-Vietnamese cooperation 2/20
 
1I
NTRODUCTION
1.1I
NSPIRATION
...
The concept for the Water Supply and Sanitation Project’s capacity building strategy that isproposed here, uses the insights of the following assessments, frameworks, strategies andexperiences:
The project’s Technical and Financial File (TFF, 2008)
The project’s baseline survey (may 2010)
The project’s human resources assessment and preliminary strategy (october 2010)
The UNDP capacity assessment and development frameworks (2008, 2010)
WBI-insights on capacity enhancement indicators (2004)
The project’s experience on ‘capacity building’ during the year 2010.UNDP defines capacity as “the ability of individuals, institutions, and societies to performfunctions, solve problems, and set and achieve objectives in a sustainable manner.” (UNDP,2010)UNDP defines capacity development as the process through which individuals, organizationsand societies obtain, strengthen and maintain the capabilities to set and achieve their owndevelopment objectives over time. Capacity development is not a on-off intervention but aniterative process of design-application-learning-adjustment. (UNDP, 2008a)The UNDP Capacity Development Framework (2008b) suggests there are three importantdimensions to take into account when we want to develop capacity
1
:
-
Points of entry / levels of capacity:
capacity resides on three levels – theenabling environment (or, institutional and inter-institutional level), the organisationaland the individual level.
-
Core issues
most commonly encountered across sectors and levels of capacity: 1) institutional arrangements; 2) leadership; 3) knowledge; and 4)accountability.
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Functional and technical capacities
. Functional capacities are necessaryfor creating and managing policies, legislations, strategies and programmes. UNDPhas found that the following functional capacities are key: 1) engage stakeholders; 2)assess a situation and define a vision and mandate; 3) formulate policies andstrategies; 4) budget, manage and implement; and 5) evaluate. Various technicalcapacities related to the sectors of Rural Water Supply and of Solid WasteManagement.
1.2
FOR
 
THE
P
ROJECT
S
C
APACITY
B
UILDING
C
OMPONENT
Over the years, many development programmes and projects invested heavily in training andbuilding skills of individuals. But, there is growing recognition that the other two levels of capacity (organizational and enabling environment) must also be supported to promotesustainable capacity development.
1
 
The Annex provides more explanation for these topics.
Project Capacity Building Strategy and Action Plan –24February 2011
Water Supply & Sanitation Project for Binh Dinh Province Belgian-Vietnamese cooperation 3/20

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