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Experience of the CSOs work on public budget: how to cope with limitations of donor support?

I know that there are no best ways for community engagement as there is no one size fits all. But still there some experiences which could be learnt from. The Regional center for Training and Development of the Civil Society (RCDCS) is a Sudanese center that works allover Sudan. the headquarter of the RCDCS is located in Khartoum state, the capital of Sudan. RCDCS works intensively towards increased engagement of community in the public budget through capacity development for the CSOs. We have…See More
Feb 9
Nuha's blog post was featured

My fragmented thoughts about diversity and development results!

Diversity in Sudan… blessing or curse for results measurementGood strategies for managing diversity in a community could be the backbone for the successful development. The outcome of the practice of certain government system ‘at any level’ upon management of the diversity is quite clear- either good or bad. There is no specific entry level for the people to start learning about respect to diversity; it is rather a behavior the kids raised up with; to respect the others and to believe in their…See More
Jul 1, 2013
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Jun 30, 2013
Nuha posted a blog post

My fragmented thoughts about diversity and development results!

Diversity in Sudan… blessing or curse for results measurementGood strategies for managing diversity in a community could be the backbone for the successful development. The outcome of the practice of certain government system ‘at any level’ upon management of the diversity is quite clear- either good or bad. There is no specific entry level for the people to start learning about respect to diversity; it is rather a behavior the kids raised up with; to respect the others and to believe in their…See More
Jun 30, 2013
Sylvestor Obong’o left a comment for Nuha
"Hallo, Happy New Year! I hope you are keeping well. I am ok just struggling with studies. Wishing you the very best. Regards, Sylvester."
Jan 12, 2013
Nuha left a comment for Sylvestor Obong’o
"Hi Sylvestor.. Thanks for checking on me. I am very busy these days and jumping between North and South of my country. I hope that things will be better for our Sudans"
May 27, 2012
Sylvestor Obong’o left a comment for Nuha
"Nuha,   Hallo how have you been! You are lost, how is Sudan and work!  "
May 27, 2012
Nuha replied to Nuha's discussion From my own experience: Capacity development and social development- Insertion No. 1: the link
"Dear Sylvestor   I appreciate a lot your thoughtful feedback on my insertions. I really wanted to use this space to reflect about my own feelings apart from my own experience on capacity development and social development in my country and the…"
Jul 19, 2011
Sylvestor Obong’o replied to Nuha's discussion From my own experience: Capacity development and social development- Insertion No. 1: the link
"Nuha,   Thank you for this extremely informative bit on development. I am no expert in that area, but I see a lot of potential in integrating that knowledge on international development and mobilization of local resources. Because I have a…"
Jul 19, 2011
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From my own experience: Capacity development and social development- Insertion No. 1: the link

As workers at the operatinal level of development, it wasn’t very easy for us to observe the interelation between capacity development and social development in absence of national framework. In its simplist form Social Development was defined as the gradual discovery and unfolding of the potential of a complex, integrated whole, a living organization, a living social organism (Cleveland, 1999, November 1). Applying this definition to the scene of the development in the country needed a lot of…See More
Jul 7, 2011
Nuha posted a discussion

From my own experience: Capacity development and social development- Insertion No. 0

Planning of interventionsIt is obvious that capacity developmentcomes at the top of the hierarchy of support provided by any institutions be itgovernment, private sector or civil society. Investing enough time and resourceson capacity development will directly contribute to achievement of developmentresults, the thing that could not be reached if an entity embarks directly onimplementation of service delivery intervention[1]. However, many challengesare facing the…See More
Jun 30, 2011
Nuha replied to Sylvestor Obong’o's discussion Rapid Results Approach-
"Thank you very much dear Sylvester for introducing the RRI, I have already read your insertion: “RAPID RESULTS APPROACH / INITIATIVE Institutionalization of Results Based Management in Kenya Public Service” For some of the countries…"
Feb 19, 2011
Nuha replied to Hannah J Cooper's discussion We The People: Engaging Citizens in Public Sector Management
"Dear Wael It is the first time I see this document; however it sets out some issues that are repeated in other similar documents including the MDGs monitoring report. So thank you very much for that. In fact I would slightly disagree with you; this…"
Feb 11, 2011
Nuha replied to Hannah J Cooper's discussion We The People: Engaging Citizens in Public Sector Management
"Thanks dear Wael for you insertion especially addressing me The civil society in Sudan is relatively new, I mean in terms of real civil society. We had some previously formulated groups that were responding to some disasters and problems facing the…"
Feb 10, 2011
Nuha replied to Hannah J Cooper's discussion We The People: Engaging Citizens in Public Sector Management
"Hello dear Hannah Thanks for allowing a discussion over such an important topic I might not have anything to say to the first two bullet points, but I would like to provide some insertion in the last ones As important as well all know, the…"
Feb 3, 2011
Nuha commented on AMAN VOHRA's blog post Auditing Projects in Tanzania
"currently I am working in Tanzania, doing capacityy assessment and development to one of the institutions, but at the same time doing a mini research about the international aid in Tanzania, especially in regard to domestic leadership. I totally…"
Nov 26, 2010

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Experience of the CSOs work on public budget: how to cope with limitations of donor support?

I know that there are no best ways for community engagement as there is no one size fits all. But still there some experiences which could be learnt from. The Regional center for Training and Development of the Civil Society (RCDCS) is a Sudanese center that works allover Sudan. the headquarter of the RCDCS is located in Khartoum state, the…

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Posted on February 9, 2014 at 6:59am

My fragmented thoughts about diversity and development results!

Diversity in Sudan… blessing or curse for results measurement

Good strategies for managing diversity in a community could be the backbone for the successful development. The outcome of the practice of certain government system ‘at any level’ upon management of the diversity is quite…

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Posted on June 30, 2013 at 6:30am

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At 4:52pm on January 12, 2013, Sylvestor Obong’o said…

Hallo,

Happy New Year! I hope you are keeping well. I am ok just struggling with studies. Wishing you the very best.

Regards,

Sylvester.

At 6:30am on May 27, 2012, Sylvestor Obong’o said…

Nuha,

 

Hallo how have you been! You are lost, how is Sudan and work!

 

 
 
 

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