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Expected capacity building results and tools
Posted by: prashanth Member of Group website
Updated: 2006-11-09 18:16:51
Category: GVEP > Proposal > C Knowledge Sharing

Expected capacity building results and tools


Training and capacity development through 14 workshops for 360 people (stakeholders) at various levels in government / developmental agencies, NGOs, GVEP Partners in India. The capacity development would result in appreciation of and usage of web enabled GIS and KM tools for remote village electrification programs or other projects to provide energy services in villages.

Handbook / CD for government officers and other development agencies on usage of web enabled GIS and KM tools for monitoring and evaluation of RVEPs and other development indicators after providing improved access to energy services.

Facilitate multisectoral coordination and interaction for linking remote village electrification programs to priorities and programs in other sectors such as education, health, water, sanitation, socio economic development etc.

ICT tools to support decentralization of decision making and program implementation.

ICT tools to enable participation of communities in design and implementation of RVEPs to make the projects more people centric and let communities have a say in how their energy needs would be met.

The capacity building activity is envisaged at three levels : one for the officials who are handling GIS data to convert it into information , information to content management , content to Knowledge and knowledge to action. Second level would be the data collectors / surveyors who need to understand what data needs to be collected and how. Third level would be local community that would make their active participation possible in how their energy needs are met.

Tools for all three sets of people would be different : Classroom training workshops for officials; Field training / hands on for data collectors/ surveyors; Awareness through Panchayat / schools for the local community.



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