The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is funding a three-year Local Capacity for Local Solutions (LCLS) project working to improve the managerial and operational capacity of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the Eastern and Southern Caribbean (ESC). The project utilizes innovative methods and technologies to support organizations to be more efficient, effective and sustainable. RTI International is the prime implementer of the project and the Caribbean Policy Development Centre (CPDC) is a contracted partner.
The Capacity Development Resource Library is home to a wide range of capacity development material specific to non-governmental organizations. It seeks to highlight information pivotal to the Local Capacity for Local Solutions project.
Our NGO Directory provides a comprehensive list on non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from across the Eastern and Southern Caribbean (ESC) region that have benefitted from at least one project activity under the USAID funded Local Capacity for Local Solutions (LCLS) Project.
Our events Calendar is here to provide you with information regarding upcoming regional events, workshops and online meetings. View each event to find more information on event dates, hosts, times and locations.
The Local Capacity for Local Solutions project is increasing the capacity of civil society in the Eastern and Southern Caribbean through numerous training workshops, courses, meetings and funding opportunities for civil society organizations. Below you can find more information on the many opportunities which are geared towards strengthening civil society.
Our online Gallery showcases a wide range of photos and video material taken from our various workshops and activities hosted under the Local Capacity for Local Solutions project. Each folder in our Gallery identifies the project activity, date and location, and also gives you the opportunity to read more about the events and activities taking place within the ESC region.
Our NGO Link Forum is a central place for our NGO colleagues and other users, to come together and share their opinion on a wide array of topics which impact the NGO sector. This forum allows users to not only share opinions and promote dialogue, but also provides a space to inform of upcoming events, activities and opportunities within the region.
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