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SUMMATIVE REPORT CAPACITY BUILDING: ENHANCING OUTCOMES FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH & FAMILIES CLF CONVENTION 2013.

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1 SUMMATIVE REPORT CAPACITY BUILDING: ENHANCING OUTCOMES FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH & FAMILIES CLF CONVENTION 2013

2 ASSET-BASED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT RENEWING COMMON PURPOSE INSPIRING ENGAGEMENT ENABLING PARTICIPATION REVIEW OF CLF SEC ROLE PROGRAMME- NETWORK REVIEW CLF CONVENTION REVIEW LEARNING JOURNEY Resource Planning Programme Management Capacity building A Community Connected

3 Youth Development Network (YDN) Different level of needs for MM youths From Low to Very High Levels Needs Lack of service coverage for MM youths identified as high- and very-high level needs Network Review – Key Findings

4 Education Development Network (EDN) Leverage on various early childhood initiatives introduced at the national level Expansion of English Language literacy assistance Parents as co-educators Network Review – Key Findings

5 Employability Network (EmN) Support for aspiring PMEs Role of women in labour force Achieving higher qualifications through alternative pathways Network Review – Key Findings

6 Family Development Network (FDN) Lack of preparation for old age Decreased home ownership and over- representation in public rental housing High prevalence of chronic illnesses Network Review – Key Findings

7 KEY RECOMMENDATIONS

8 Strategic Partnerships Closer partnerships between networks and national agencies Inter-Network Collaborations Holistic intervention and support Coordinated and Targeted Outreach Inter-agency collaborations Enhancing current partnerships Programme Management

9 Financial Resources Tapping on MMCDF for capacity building to continuously enhance programme management and delivery Physical Resources MENDAKI Integrated Hubs (MIH) Resource Allocation

10 MMVS – MMOs providing youth development services Secretariat – Strengthening monitoring and evaluation mechanisms Beneficiaries Resource Allocation

11 coordinating body for all the four networks continue community engagement manage allocation of capability development fund by MMCDF central strategic planner in capacity building Role of CLF Secretariat

12 Capacity Building – Needs Analysis

13 No. of MMOs that provide… Public Education Counsellin g Religious Education Childcare Financial assistanc e Develop- mental programs Support Group Homes/ Shelters Arts & Culture Social Enterprise Others Capacity Building – Needs Analysis

14 LevelMMVS Capacity Building Outcomes Systems Strengthened policies, functions and structures that facilitate synergies across systems and system components to a) attract, nurture and strengthen MMVS talent pool, and b) promote info-sharing and mutual cooperation, based on a strategic community agenda and widely shared understanding and vision of capacity building Organisation Strengthened internal organisational systems and processes leading to stronger performance, with the ability to adapt and continue to develop over time Individual Strengthened staff performance according to specific, defined competencies and job requirements Making Capacity Building a Priority

15 Growing & Strengthening Organisations Professionals for the Sector - Attracting & Growing Talent Harnessing strengths & Sustaining Commitment – Nurturing & Grooming Talent Collaborative Learning & Development: Leveraging on Strengths & Expertise CLF Capacity Building Framework

16 Thank you

17 CLF Convention 2013 Panel discussion


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