Capacity Building Training

Over the last 3 decades ACORDASIA has specialised in capacity building training of workers, managers and senior personnel of Not-for-profit organisation in various aspects e.g. Health, mother and child care specially nutrition, and reproductive health, agriculture, environment, social marketing etc. and have also prepared training manuals for several of them.

Training Manuals

  • Trainers’ Manual on “Reproductive Health”.
  • Trainers’ Manual on “Para Legal Literacy and Women’s Rights”.
  • Modules on “Reproductive Health (Set of Six Modules)”.
  • Manual on “Reproductive Health and Reproductive Rights”.
  • Trainers “Manual/Kit on Yamuna River Pollution & Prevention”, with 7 modules and
    14 practical tools on the use of the Manual.
  • Training Manual for “Swasthya Prahris”.
  • Training Manual on Mother and Child Care Capacity Building for health workers in villages.

ACORDASIA has also trains Senior Professionals in management of projects, monitoring and evaluations, organisation-communication etc.

ACORDASIA has tried, tested and validated poverty alleviation and women empowerment model through micro-enterprise over the last 15 years. This model has been documented in a book titled “Empowering Rural Women: Micro-Enterprise through Achievement Motivation” co-authored by Prof. George Koreth and Dr. Kiron Wadhera, and published by SAGE. This social development/poverty alleviation model helped women/their families succeed in doubling their family income (on average), with a consequent improvement in their food and nutrition, children’s education, family health, and dwelling places. This would help the large companies to improve their workers/employees loyalty and goodwill by introducing this micro-enterprise model for additional income-generation, in their large workers’ colonies, for the workers’ wives, or the unemployed family members of factory workers/operatives.

A project can be implemented by a company, for the family members of the workers e.g. spouse, adult children, etc. in the specific villages or urban areas from where they belong. Trading activity at a micro level has proved to be successful after assessing the feasibility study of the specified item of trading.

Approximately rupees 60,000 is the per poor family one time investment which is rotated after 24 months, to help another poor family, since the first family will now be self sustaining. In addition rupees 15,000 per annum is invested per poor women for the project design and management including training, counseling, backward-forward linkages, monitoring, etc. of the women Entrepreneurs.

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