local capacity building

Summary

This District Summary provides detailed information on the work performed by APC in Port Loko District under the Post-Ebola Rebuilding Health Services project. The publication includes demographic data, project interventions, and baseline/endline data, among other things.

Summary

This District Summary provides detailed information on the work performed by APC in Bombali District under the Post-Ebola Rebuilding Health Services project. The publication includes demographic data, project interventions, and baseline/endline data, among other things.

World Education over the past twenty years has improved emergency medical care, vocational opportunities, and the economic status of Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) accident survivors and people with disabilities in UXO impacted provinces in Laos. The Lao TEAM Project will combine World Education’s successful experience in assisting Lao UXO survivors and people with disabilities with WEI’s understanding of how to manage sub-grants, to build the capacity of local organizations, and to coordinate local and international organizations working for the same purpose.

World Education improves the quality of life through education for half a million children and adults in 22 countries. World Education's training programs improve adult education, help displaced peoples, stem the tide of HIV, and reduce violence through conflict resolution. World Education is a leader in building the skills, knowledge and resources of local groups so they can accomplish their missions effectively.

APC Request for Expressions of Interest

The Advancing Partners & Communities (APC) Project invites Expressions of Interest (EOI) from international and local organizations that are currently working in Sierra Leone and interested in partnering with APC to strengthen health services and health care worker capacity in-country. Activities will particularly focus on maternal and child health, specifically at lower level facilities and the community level. Support from APC may take on a variety of forms, including financial (grants) and technical and/or organizational assistance through APC.

Fact Sheet

The Local Capacity Initiative (LCI) was established by the U.S. Government in 2013 to strengthen sustainability of national HIV and AIDS responses through increased advocacy capacity of local civil society organizations (CSOs).

Through a grant awarded under Advancing Partners & Communities (APC), World Vision will enable more than 1,900 people with disabilities including victims of war, especially women and girls, to attain and maintain maximum independence. The project will catalyze and invest in existing government and NGO initiatives to remove key barriers to improved service provision in the short and long term with a special focus on women and girls.