Business Meeting

Capacity Assessment

Understanding Where Your Organization is & When it needs to be

Amaka Consulting supports community development organizations through a sustainable and participatory model, an increased local involvement, and capacity building to achieve universal access to water and sanitation services

 

WASH CAPACITY ASSESSMENT & CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT MODULE

Project Title: WASH CAPACITY ASSESSMENT & CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT MODULE

1. iSSUE

Develop a Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Capacity Assessment and Capacity Development Module to facilitate the county wash team's understanding of the difference between the county’s baseline capacity and the capacity needed to carry out its goals by community partners in the county and to adequately provide appropriate measures.

2. CHALLENGES

The Montserrado County WASH team with support from the Liberia WASH Consortium contracted for a Capacity  Assessment (CA) of the county, Civil Society Organizations  (CSOs), and for the development of training modules and capacity development and preparedness plans

3. RESULT

  • Performed capacity development assessments and submitted report findings.


  • Developed capacity development plans with preparedness plans for county wash team, CSOS, and local partners.


  • Developed capacity development modules; and conducted a 4-day  workshop with county wash teams, local partners, and CSOs.


  • Compiled a Final Report on capacity assessment, findings, and outcomes of capacity development modules; and best practice capacity development model proposal.


Amaka Consulting's approach:


  • Collected data about past and present outputs, assessed and trended their relevance, evaluated quality and quantity of service from partners and the Montserrado County WASH teams.


  • Highlighted the current performance; and supported the team, based on reviews and data analysis, to gauge how capacity could grow.


  • Identified perceived and actual constraints that hinder the drivers of capacity growth. 


Amaka Consulting's tools employed:


  • Quantitative and qualitative methods to determine scores for capacity indicators and capture more dynamic issues and perceptions of partners


  • Self-assessment techniques that encouraged better ownership of results.


  • Utilized objective criteria for external validation to provide comparable results for evaluation purposes


  • Review the internal elements such as the leadership, strategy, structures, rewards and incentives, internal relationships and other key inputs as instruments for triangulation to develop a comprehensive picture of capacity from different perspectives and assess the level of consensus over issues.

4. CONTACT / VERIFICATION

Joseph Nyamunue

Project Representative


Montserrado County WASH Offices


Bentol City

Montserrado County, Liberia
TEL.: (231) 886 515 777

 

Phone & Whatsapp: 347.443.9636

Fax: 456-789-1234

134 Chester Avenue, Yeadon PA 19050

  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn

©2020 by Amaka Consulting Inc