Presentation on theme: "”Towards further strengthening the cooperation between AK and partners in South” Sunday, 27th November 2011 - Wednesday, 30th November 2011 AK Partnership."— Presentation transcript:
”Towards further strengthening the cooperation between AK and partners in South” Sunday, 27th November Wednesday, 30th November 2011 AK Partnership Seminar 2011
Programme – Opening session Sunday, 27 th November 19:00 -20:00 Welcome – and presentation of all partners. 19: :45 AK News since last seminar: – AK Strategy 2010 – 2013 – Capacity Assessment of AK – New Partnerships 2010 and : :00 Objectives and expected results. 20: :15 Programme of the seminar 20:15 – 21:00 Expectations of the seminar from all participants.
Programme - Opening session Elaboration of a AK Strategy : – some of the main conclusions – goals for 2013: – political lobbying and advocacy in Denmark and the EU; – strengthening the cooperation with CSOs and movements in Africa; – strengthening partnerships with CSOs and movements; – increasing active participation in national, regional and international networks, – strengthening the organisational capacity of AK.
Programme - Opening session Capacity Assessment – Analysis of AK – written feedbacks to partners on proposals, reports and visits; – further cooperation on providing studies for improving the understanding and measurements of effects/impacts of the intervention; – tools to enhance the partners’ own capacity for planning, monitoring, management and internal learning; – providing systematic tools and methods towards organisational development to increase the sustainability and performance of the partner organisations; – conduct a yearly partnership workshop; – cooperation of gender mainstreaming; – elaboration of an overall AK strategy outlining a geographical and thematic specialisation; – improving the financial management, budgeting and regular budget controls in AK and by partners.
Objectives and Expectations for the 2.nd seminar – AK view: – further strengthening the cooperation between AK and partners in South; – capacity building within the areas of project management, workshopping and learning by doing; – achieving some recommendations towards a new DANIDA strategy for the civil society in North/South ; Programme - Opening session
PROGRAMME OF THE SEMINAR: Day 1: “A political discussion on the democratisation process in the northern part of Africa (and the Middle East) with relevance - and possible consequences – for the CSOs in the South”: – ”Non Violent Civic Actions” –Lesson Learnt from the Arabic Spring, by Mr. TROND BOTNEN; – ”Aspects on Civil Rights and Mobilisation”, by Mr. MARTIN JANNSEN and Mr. BONGANI MASUKU. – ”AK vision and future strategy of the Danish Civil Society Strategy”, by MORTEN NIELSEN and FLEMMING ALSBJØRN Group work – plenum Programme - Opening session
PROGRAMME OF THE SEMINAR: Day 2: Introduction to Logical Framework Approach (LFA), presented by Mrs. JULIANA MANJENGWA: – Theory of LFA; basic principles and methods etc.; – Rationale of the process of ”Problem –Goal” tree; – Development of a LFA Matrix; – Workshops, cases, presentation etc. Programme - Opening session
PROGRAMME OF THE SEMINAR: Day 3: Introduction of Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E), presented by Mrs. JULIANA MANJENGWA: – Theory of M&E, basic principles and methods; – Why M&E? – Most Significant Changes; – Workshops, cases, presentation, plenum Programme - Opening session
Expectations of the seminar from all partners, presented by BRIGITTE DRAGSTED and FLEMMING ALSBJØRN. Programme - Opening session
Programme – Day 1 ”A political discussion on the democratisation process in the northern part of Africa (and the Middle East) with relevance – and possible consequences for the CSOs in the South and AK.” Facilitator: MORTEN NIELSEN. 08:00 - 8:30 Welcome and Introduction. 08:30 - 9:30”Non Violent Civic Actions – Lessons Learnt from the Arabic Spring, presented by Mr. TROND BOTNEN Day 1
09: :30Group work 10: :00Presentation of the group work 12: :00Lunch 13: :00 ”Aspects on Civil Rights and Mobilisation”, presented by Mr. MARTIN JANNSEN and Mr. BONGANI MASUKU: 14: :00Group work 15: :00Discussion in plenum Programme – Day 1 Day 1
16:00 – 17:00Group work 17:00 – 18:00Summary of the day 18:30 – 19:30Dinner 19:30 – 20:00AK vision and future strategy on democratisation proces, in relation to the Danish Civil Strategy, presented by MORTEN NIELSEN and FLEMMING ALSBJØRN 20:00 – 21:00 Plenum Programme – Day 1 Day 1
Logical Framework Approach 08: :00Introduction to LFA by JULIANA 10: :00Workshop – cases 12: :00Lunch 13: :30Presentation 14: :30Workshops – cases 16: :00Presentation 18: :00 Dinner Programme – Day 2 Day 2
Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) 08: :00Introduction to M&E) by Juliana 10: :00Workshop 12: :00Lunch 13: :00Summary Programme – Day 3 Day 3