Sightsavers’ approach to capacity-building


What makes this practice exemplary?

Several examples are provided of projects that have resulted in increased capacities and new skills for both direct beneficiaries as well as healthcare, educational and social work professionals in the communities Sightsavers works in.  


A wide range of training aimed at building capacity of individuals is being provided, including daily living skills, mobility and orienteering, rights and entitlements, living skills, vocational training and economic empowerment. These courses give beneficiaries the means to lead independent lives and the skills learned have long-lasting effect. 


What kind of organisation is this good practice useful for?

CSOs working in partnerships with local partners

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