Capacity building

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"Specifically, capacity building encompasses the country’s human, scientific, technological, organizational, institutional and resource capabilities. A fundamental goal of capacity building is to enhance the ability to evaluate and address the crucial questions related to policy choices and modes of implementation among development options, based on an understanding of environment potentials and limits and of needs perceived by the people of the country concerned".

Source: Capacity Building - Agenda 21’s definition (Chapter 37, United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), 1992.).

Projects having "Capacity building" as Project activity
Avondster project
BUILD (Breakthrough Urban Initiatives for Local Development)
Capacity building for heritage conservation in 15 cities in Sumatra
Collection Management Workshop
Collection and Ex-situ Conservation of the Medicinal Plants Described in Van Rheede’s Hortus Malabaricus
Conference and workshop on Hortus Malabaricus and intangible heritage
Conservation of Drawings Prints and Painting Collection
Conservation of Northern Netherlands artwork in the museums of Mumbai and Baroda
Database-Collection Management seminar Russia
Democracy coming home in District Six
Development of the Functions of the Maritime Archaeology Museums to be established in Galle
Dutch Reformed Church, Galle
Elmina Cultural Heritage & Management Programme 1st Phase
Elmina Cultural Heritage & Management Programme 2nd Phase
Elmina Heritage Project
Empowerment of Museum Management; Cooperation with the DKI Jakarta on Exhibition making and Conservation
Foundation Course for the Caribbean Region
Frederik Ruysch anatomic specimens
General Support to the Mutual Heritage Centre of the Central Cultural Fund
Historic Inner City of Paramaribo World Heritage Site Management Plan
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