The aim is to enhance the capacity of governments, business, non-governmental groups and communities to plan and manage the coast efficiently and effectively.
It also aims to improve institutional arrangements for coastal management. This implies addressing Capacity Building on a long-term, strategic level. Concepts such as leadership, awareness, and constituency building are part and parcel of institution building.
Capacity building support is a crucial component in achieving desired results from watershed development projects.
Some key components of capacity building strategiesin watershed project areas are:-
Dedicated and decentralised institutional support and delivery mechanism.
Annual Action Plan for capacity building.
Pool of resource persons.
Well prepared training modules and text materials.
Mechanism for effective monitoring and follow-up.
E-resources and self-learning modules in the web.
For WDC-PMKSY 2.0, DoLR, GoI allocate 3% of the total fund for Institution & Capacity Building Activities.
Institution & Capacity Building Activity: Orientation Programme with all Officials at Baksa District