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Features of Resource Mobilization 1. Resource identification 2. Identification of Resource Provider 3. Identification of mechanism to receive resource 4.

Expansion of relations with the Resource Provider 5. Right use of resource 6. Knowledge and skills to Resource Mobilization 7. Human skills, service, information, equipment 8. Seeking out new resource 9. Thought of institutional sustainability 10. Lower financial risk . Importance of Resource Mobilization 1. To diversify and expand resources. 2. Resource Mobilization helps to formulate an independent budget. To break the Tradition of running the specific programs of any donor agencies only. To spend in the Program of the Organization's liking. 3. To decrease dependency on others. 4. To save oneself/lessen the chance of becoming contractors of foreign donor agencies. 5. For sustainability of the Organization and program. 6. For maximum use of domestic capital and skills. 7. To expand deep relations with the stakeholder and community. 8. To clean the image of the Organization and expand relations. 9. To fulfill responsibilities towards the community. 10. To run programs based on the genuine needs of the community and to advocate for Such programs. 11. To disseminate the good practices of the Organization. 12. To develop new thinking and challenge the old traditions. 13. To enhance the dignity of one's Organization.

A fundamental principle of sustainable development is for the development worker not to do things for the people but to help people do things for themselves. When people do things for themselves, they own the product.
StrategicPlanning(4 days) How to create and put into practice successfully a strategic plan for an organisation Courseoverview Strategic planning helps an organisation to formulate a strategy how to best achieve its goals and how to define an operational plan to get there. It looks into the future and provides direction for the entire organisation. Strategic planning helps non-government and non-profit organizations to determine the process to achieve results and goals over several years. As a management tool, strategic planning aids the organisation in its quest for excellence in attaining its goals. In the past, the term "long-term planning" was most often used in this context. However, the two are different: Strategic planning is responsive to a dynamic and changing environment. Longrange planning is based on the assumption that an extrapolation from the past and present circumstances into the future is sufficient to define a plan and to ensure its implementation. It is based on a stable environment. In this four-day course, participants first learn how to assess their organisation's internal factors and external circumstances - where are you now. The next step - where do you want to go - is to define organisational goals and to determine strategic options to achieve these goals. Vision and mission statements are reviewed and goals and objectives are set. The strategic plan - how to get there - is formulated based on the selected strategic option. Afterwards, participants translate strategic plans into operational plans by defining appropriate programs and projects, by establishing a plan of action and formulating performance indicators in key result areas. The last step is to identify and budget the resources needed and to examine external support mechanisms for this process. The training consists of structured learning exercises, case studies, workshops, lecturettes and discussions. Click here to download the course leaflet (PDF format). Whoshouldattend All managers and leaders involved in the development of an organisation's strategy and strategic plans, in particular: Executive directors Department directors Programme coordinators Heads of office Heads of Administration Senior project Managers Board members

Howyouandyour organisationwill benefit - LearningObjectives Trace the origin of strategic planning Explain the relevance and advantages of strategic planning in development work Assess an organisation's: o Strengths and weaknesses o External opportunities and threats Define an organisations' goals and its strategic options Formulate a strategic plan Translate the formulated plan into an operational plan and create an efficient plan of action Define necessary resources and outline a budget for the successful implementation of the operational plan Design an effective mechanism to monitor its implementation

Courseprogramme

StrategicPlanningas a ManagementTool Purpose and Benefits Framework of Strategic Planning: Defining the steps from the planning board to the action plan Day 1 WhereAre YouNow?AssessingInternalandExternalCircumstances Identifying strengths and weaknesses of your organization (SWOT analysis) Detecting opportunities and threats in your external environment Mapping stakeholders' needs

Day 2

WhereDo YouWantTo Go? UpstreamPlanning:Formulatinga StrategicPlan Revisit your vision and mission statements Goals-Objectives setting Identifying strategic options Formulating your strategic plan

Day 3

HowDo YouGet There?DownstreamPlanningTowardsan OperationalPlan Key result areas From strategy to action: Defining programs and

projects Designing the plan of action and establishing milestones Monitoring: Measurable performance indicators

Day 4

HowDo YouGet There? DownstreamPlanning(continued) Defining human resources needed Budgetary planning Generating external support Internal and external communication

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