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Nov 29, 2022

Capacity Development Needs Analysis

Capacity is developed on three different levels — individual, organizational, and enabling environments. A capacity development analysis is about asking which behavioural practices we would like to see, understanding if it is happening, and determining why not. These instructions will support the program team to recognize the actual gaps and provide relevant interventions. It should be used with the capacity assessment toolkit. This is part of CAWST's Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage Program Design Online Workshop.

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