Capacity Institutionalization Project (CIP) demonstrates clear ownership toward partner CSOs through provision of various skill trainings and workshops. The project aims at strengthening institutions; improving efficiency over the period, CWS-P/A has become a trend-setter in capacity building in the region by introducing and piloting new approaches and initiatives, from its strong follow-up mechanism, long-term partnerships, interactive theatre, and online support to the packaged-approach of workshops.
|Duration of the project||January 1, 2012 – December 31, 2014 (3 years)|
|Program Area||Capacity Building Program (CBP)|
|Cross Cutting Themes||Capacity building|
|Implementation areas (Districts)||
|Type of Intervention||
|Total Beneficiaries||As of July 2013, a total of 332 participants from 161 organizations have participated in 13 trainings conducted in the current phase of CIP trainings.|
Description of Beneficiaries
Targeted beneficiaries include active NGOs, CSOs, CBOs and INGOs across Pakistan and Afghanistan.