AIDA Organizes Advanced Capacity Building Training | MorungExpress

A section of participants attend the advanced capacity building training conducted by AIDA, development wing of the Salesians of the Don Bosco Dimapur Province from February 14 to 20.

Dimapur, February 21 (MExN): ANMA Integrated Development Association (AIDA), the development wing of the Salesians of the Don Bosco Dimapur Province, organized from February 14 to 20 an advanced capacity building training for 31 program managers, project coordinators, project managers and project officers. at AIDA headquarters, Campus Don Bosco, Dimapur, a press release said.

Resource persons were Dr Lukose PJ, HoD, Social Work, Assam Don Bosco University, Guwahati, Dr Anna Lungbila, State Coordinator, DDU-GKY Programme, Rev Fr Roy George, Executive Director, AIDA, Joseph Mathew, ME Officer, AIDA, Amika Gurung, Program Officer, CAN Programmes-AIDA, Lanthou Mark Gonmei, AIDA-SBI Gram Seva Program Coordinator and Garrol Lotha, Program Coordinator, Child Friendly Dimapur.

The training covered conflict resolution – effective management with various approaches and skills to resolve societal issues and problems, facilitation and negotiation skills – to manage projects with extreme efficiency and effectiveness, innovation in implementation, ERP to increase community participation, know your project and project cycle management for better project planning and implementation.

It also included various exercises, group dynamics, sharing of experiences and presentations to allow participants to have greater clarity on the programs in progress for a better implementation of these.

Earlier, Reverend Fr Roy George, Executive Director of AIDA explained the purpose of the training. He urged the participants to take advantage of the training by equipping themselves with the skills and abilities required to effectively implement the various programs for which they are responsible. AIDA always focuses on developing dynamic leadership qualities among staff in all aspects of its project implementation. This training program was also designed to increase the capacity of project staff with more relevant skills and knowledge, he said.

The training program ended with a cultural evening.

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