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Innovative Capacity Building Presenter: Danielle Darrow de Mora. Introduction & Overview. Local Partners Capacity Building Project (LPCB) Project Dates: May 2008 – June 2013 Location: Zambia, nationwide

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Innovative Capacity BuildingPresenter: Danielle Darrow de Mora

Introduction & Overview

Local Partners Capacity Building Project (LPCB)

  • Project Dates: May 2008 – June 2013

  • Location: Zambia, nationwide

  • Goal: Improve overall capacity of selected local organizations to ensure efficient and effective expansion of their programs so that quality HIV/AIDS services are delivered in Zambia.

  • Partners: 107 organizations, 3 capacity leaders

    Enhancing Nigerian Capacity for AIDS Prevention (ENCAP) Project

  • Project Dates: April 2010 – April 2015

  • Location: Nigeria: FCT, Bayelsa, Benue, Ebonyi, Rivers, Taraba

  • Goal: to facilitate behaviors that will decrease HIV transmission in Bayelsa, Rivers, Benue, Taraba, and Ebonyi states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

  • Partners: 25 organizations

Capacity Building Operating Model

Continuous OD

Repeated assessments and planning

Unique Characteristics of LPCB/ENCAP Model

  • Sustainability: Develop capabilities and expertise of local Capacity Leader (CL) organizations and individual organization development facilitators (IODF) to become sustainable institutional strengthening service providers for local organizations; strengthen collaboration between partners and government

  • Active engagement: Annual self assessment tool leads to individualized improvement plan with appropriate goals, fostering ownership and accountability, tracking of progress

  • Capacitated grant management: Partners trained in OD and HIV technical topics prior to competing for grants; better able to successfully manage grants and implement improved HIV services

  • Graduation categories: Graduation, Completion, Participation

Critique of the Model


  • Real commitment to CB, since grants are not guaranteed

  • Training prior to funding

  • Availability of phased funding

  • Competitive RFA

  • CB from peers and local resources = sustainability

  • Opportunity for growth based on performance

  • Networking and recognition


  • Risk of reverting back to original state once funding/partnership ends

  • Small CBOs vs. intermediate sized organizations or integrated networks

  • Creation of unsustainable salary/benefit structures and infrastructure

  • Limited opportunity for technical updates and quality assurance post-partnership

  • USG specific

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