Find out about organisations dedicated to developing the capacity of different groups of people in Zambia, as opposed to providing relief or other forms of short-term help. Capacity building is an ongoing process through which individuals, groups, organizations and societies enhance their ability to identify and meet development challenges. Organizations with a strong commitment to strengthening the local partner organizations work on building activities based on three key elements; partnership, organizational development and civil society strengthening.
Find development organizations operating in Zambia that works to improve the capacity of sectors they are working with.
Improving leadership, information, technical, monitoring, political and managerial skills, especially systemic and long-term thinking; technology development and access; monitoring and evaluation systems; institutional and organizational arrangements, governance and education systems;
Capacity-building strategies include leadership; good quality and accessible information; technical, political, and managerial skills, especially systemic and long-term thinking; technology development and access; monitoring and evaluation systems; institutional and organizational arrangements, governance and education systems.
Capacity, then, is a finite resource but is renewable under certain deliberate conditions. On the other hand, “capability building” refers to the skills and knowledge required for a particular task. Find the organization in this category that develops capabilities in Zambia. An organization may have the capacity to change but lack certain key capabilities.