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  • South Asia | Projects | Agriteam Canada
    those from irrigated farming Page 4 of 4 pages First 2 3 4 English Français View by Sector Agriculture and Agribusiness Community Development Education and Education Reform Environment Gender Equality Governance and Public Sector Reform Health and Population Legal and Judicial Reform Private Sector Development View by Region Americas and the Caribbean Americas and the Caribbean Europe North Africa and the Middle East North Africa and the Middle East North

    Original URL path: http://www.agriteam.ca/en/projects/archive/category/south-asia/P30/ (2016-04-28)
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  • South Asia | Projets | Agriteam Canada
    approche le personnel infirmier et les visiteurs d hygiène en promotion de la santé et en éducation à la santé Former le personnel des districts et des provinces en renforcement des systèmes de gestion dont des questions touchant la planification fondée sur l expérience les consultations communautaires la supervision attentionnée et l analyse comparative entre les sexes Organiser des forums semestriels sur la santé pour permettre aux gestionnaires de la santé des districts d échanger de l information des idées et des innovations entre eux Offrir une formation de niveau supérieur menant à l obtention d un diplôme en gestion de la santé de district Contribuer à la production annuelle d une fiche technique sur l état de santé dans la province de Punjab incluant des indicateurs comparatifs de rendement pour inciter les districts à améliorer leurs services et leur système de santé Soutenir la recherche pertinente sur le plan des politiques selon les priorités du département de la santé Mettre au point des modèles et outils pilotes pour encourager la participation communautaire à la planification la gestion et ou la surveillance des services de santé locaux Rehausser la qualité des systèmes de gestion de la santé perçue par les gestionnaires de la santé à l échelon des provinces et des districts et les gouvernements de district juillet 2009 juillet 2010 Secteur Région Bangladesh district de Rangpur Réforme complémentaire du secteur Amélioration de l enseignement de l anglais et des mathématiques dans les écoles secondaires avril 2005 juin 2010 Secteur Éducation et réforme éducative Région Asie du sud Cette réforme est une initiative pédagogique très ciblée visant à complémenter des efforts à plus grande échelle dans le cadre du programme de réforme de l enseignement du Bangladesh Le projet collabore avec la Direction de l enseignement secondaire et supérieur et le ministère de l Éducation du Bangladesh et fournit des documents de soutien à l enseignement et à l apprentissage aux enseignants de mathématiques et d anglais en poste dans 100 écoles secondaires de niveau inférieur participant au projet pilote Ces enseignants bénéficient de perfectionnement professionnel dans leur discipline et en pédagogie dans le cadre d ateliers conçus et animés par des experts canadiens et bangladais De plus le projet offre de la formation ciblée aux enseignants chefs et aux représentants des comités de direction des écoles novembre 2008 mars 2009 Secteur Région Multiples pays mission de planification de la mise en œuvre de projets pour l Initiative canado asiatique sur les maladies infectieuses émergen janvier 2005 janvier 2006 Secteur Santé et population Région Asie du sud Asie du Sud Est et Pacifique Agriteam a travaillé avec l ACDI et l Agence de la santé publique du Canada sur la planification de la mise en œuvre de l Initiative canado asiatique sur les maladies infectieuses émergentes CAREID Cette initiative visait à atténuer la menace de maladies infectieuses émergentes comme le syndrome respiratoire aigu sévère SRAS et l influenza aviaire IA pour la sécurité humaine la stabilité régionale et le développement

    Original URL path: http://www.agriteam.ca/fr/projects/archive/category/south-asia/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Judicial Development and Grassroots Engagement (JUDGE) | Projects | Agriteam Canada
    for development projects and JUDGE recognized that effective engagement and relationship building with local partners over the long term was key to success Project Description The project had the following three mutually supportive components all of which were grounded in a capacity building approach Judicial Professional Training This component focused on the challenges facing the judiciary by building capacity within the Judicial Academy under the Ministry of Justice and the Judicial Training School under the Supreme People s Court to undertake strategic planning exercises develop appropriate curricula and teaching materials that integrate international legal standards and principles Vietnam has agreed to with an emphasis on social context and gender considerations use enhanced pedagogical techniques Court Administration and Procedural Reform This component was intended to build capacity within the Supreme People s Court to undertake strategic planning processes as part of the implementation of the Judicial Reform Strategy for court administrative and procedural reform and to implement these reforms in selected pilot courts preferably in provinces districts where CIDA had existing rural programming Areas of administrative reform included file management and access case management judge remuneration and appointment court access to legal information and prior decisions of the Supreme People s Court Sensitivity to gender issues informed all activities related to this component This directly supported the first component of the project as higher quality judicial personnel require improved court procedures and management to reinforce a movement toward greater judicial independence and transparency Civil Society Engagement and Community Level Access This component identified up to three Vietnamese CSOs and supported activities that enhanced their abilities to deliver sustainable and appropriate dispute resolution services and capacity building programs for local mediators disseminate legal information undertake research These activities built the CSOs awareness of the community level legal context and prepared them to

    Original URL path: http://www.agriteam.ca/en/projects/profile/judicial-development-and-grassroots-engagement-judge/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Local Governance Support Program in Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (LGSPA) | Projects | Agriteam Canada
    and community relations They exert tremendous influence in the distribution of economic benefits and conflicts between them have undermined peace in the region s communities Security concerns present local governments with the further challenges of rebuilding destroyed infrastructure and homes as well as meeting the needs of evacuees and internally displaced people Approach Building on the lessons of the Local Government Support Program Phase II also managed and implemented by Agriteam LGSPA s approach to capacity development CD is consultative and participatory Together with partners we identify priority CD needs based on a local government executive agenda and use effective methodologies including peer to peer learning on site coaching systematic pilot testing of innovative practices structured documentation replication of exemplary practices and technical exchanges within the Philippines and with Canadian local government officials We also create and disseminate resource kits how to manuals and interactive CD discussion tools As part of the program s management approach and sustainability strategy CD initiatives are coordinated with relevant national and regional government agencies and civil society organizations CSOs and sub contracted to private businesses educational institutions NGOs and individual consultants that will continue to support and sustain municipal development post project Project Description To build capacity in local governance as a key to poverty reduction and peace LGSPA engages all 118 municipalities and 2 cities in ARMM all six provincial governments the ARMM Regional Government the Local Government Unit LGU Leagues civil society organizations peace networks academe media groups and Muslim religious leaders Networks and cooperation between municipalities regional and national government agencies LGUs NGOs donors and the private sector are being strengthened to develop sound local government leadership and management improved service delivery economic development and environmental management resource generation and management participatory governance peace building The project mainstreams four cross cutting themes gender equality environmental sustainability poverty alleviation and cultural integrity It also works with the demand side of governance by developing capacity in civil society and the private sector to participate in governance and strengthen the LGUs ability to deliver services in sectors such as agriculture education economic development natural resource management water supply and sanitation and solid waste management Agriteam coordinates closely with other donor projects in the ARMM region to ensure collaboration and to leverage limited resources and maximize results Results An enhanced Executive and Legislative Agenda process that is working with all levels of government to link performance measurement with planning and budgeting and that is highly consultative with community stakeholders approximately 116 LGUs have this process after the 2007 municipal elections and are beginning to implement them Increased capacity in strategic long term consultative development planning in 45 LGUs which has enabled increased participation by citizens including the military and rebel fighters Strengthened planning processes in 204 barangays in 91 municipalities The completion of economic asset profiling and beginning of plan formulation by 60 LGUs involved in agricultural and economic development projects of these 33 are beginning to expand pilot projects or render them as regular

    Original URL path: http://www.agriteam.ca/en/projects/profile/local-governance-support-program-in-autonomous-region-in-muslim-mindanao/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Tra Vinh Improved Livelihoods Project | Projects | Agriteam Canada
    minority and the landless poor Approach Agriteam adopted a value chain approach based on USAID s standardized value chain development methodology Key subsectors were identified with the highest growth potential and subsector analyses were completed Work is presently ongoing in the key industry subsectors to overcome barriers to industry development and achieve opportunities for growth Project Description Agriteam provides technical assistance along with its Canadian partners and Vietnamese firm to support the Department of Planning and Investment DPI Tra Vinh province to implement the C 7 2 million Tra Vinh Improved Livelihoods project The project works in four areas Capacity development and technical training Income generation and rural economic development Agricultural extension and technology transfer Small scale infrastructure Agriteam s support to DPI focuses on an overall approach to and methodologies for regional economic development as well as technical expertise in key subsectors such as beef pork and natural fibre based products and the development of producer associations Results Completed a regional economic development study identifying key barriers to and opportunities for growth in the province Completed subsector identification to identify key industries for project support Completed value chain assessments in the beef pork and national fibre products sectors Provision

    Original URL path: http://www.agriteam.ca/en/projects/profile/tra-vinh-improved-livelihoods-project/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Cambodia Agricultural Market Information Project (CAMIP) | Projects | Agriteam Canada
    information Project Description CAMIP has three core objectives To design and put into place an agricultural market information system AMIS that uses appropriate technologies that will be relevant to a wide range of stakeholders FM radio transmission of time specific daily price information in each province provides current and consistent market information for virtually all farmers traders and market agents Publications provide less time specific market information and processes and are also widely accessible by all stakeholders The use of cellular phones and SMS messaging enables some farmers and most traders to report or determine price information as compiled in the AMO database The AMO website provides access to market prices locally and around the country as well as general information such as preparing commodities for sale grading packaging and how to determine carrying costs To train the AMO staff members to effectively maintain the AMIS content This training allows them to gain a better understanding of a data collection processes to ensure accurate data b basic market analysis to enable them to better interpret the data and c communication strategies to facilitate improved dissemination of meaningful agricultural market information To assist farmers in accessing and applying the market information resulting from the development of the AMIS This involves using Farmer Marketing Schools to teach farmers about networking with other producers and weighing the benefits of one market versus another bargaining by taking into account the cost of production of a given commodity pre harvest quality control to ensure minimum quality loss in the days preceding marketing harvesting and post harvest quality control grading to maximize profitability for premium production packaging to reduce transport damage and costs Traders participate in training farmers which increases the likelihood that mutually beneficial relationships will be established Results Cambodian farmers can generate higher revenues

    Original URL path: http://www.agriteam.ca/en/projects/profile/cambodia-agricultural-market-information-project-camip/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Private Enterprise Accelerated Resources Linkages Project Phase 2 (PEARL2) | Projects | Agriteam Canada
    sustainable networks of services for SMEs The Private Enterprise Accelerated Resources Linkages PEARL worked to foster an environment conducive to the development of dynamic Philippines SMEs and to promote the development of linkages between Philippine and Canadian SMEs When both projects ended PEARL2 was introduced to build on their foundations Approach PEARL2 s approach reflects the successful elements and experiences gained from the ESP and PEARL projects and involves enhancing the capacity of BSOs to support their membership by training professional Executive Directors carefully selecting BSO partners committed to working with dynamic SMEs and providing sustainable services focusing on specific sectors and regions with growth potential working with organizations that are targeting enterprises with a clear orientation toward growth and increasing competitiveness Project Description The project has four components Sectoral Enhancement This involves support through training market and export enhancement policy studies and advocacy to labour intensive sectors including furniture food processing wearables natural and organic projects and gifts and housewares Partnerships Development Facility This is a cost sharing mechanism to encourage the development and implementation of initiatives proposed by the Business Support Organizations Capacity Development for Investment Promotion This component focuses on strengthening the capability of the Board of Investment and the Investment Promotion Agencies to work with sectors with the potential to multiply employment and investment opportunities for the country in particular through enhanced information technology Dissemination and Sustainability This works at ensuring that project results are institutionalized and sustained beyond the life of the project Results Our capacity building interventions have been translated into concrete improvements in BSO programs and services For example the majority of BSOs have a trained full time Executive Director and a strategic plan to support members enhance competitiveness and increase membership The development of over 100 Knowledge Products has enhanced the capacity

    Original URL path: http://www.agriteam.ca/en/projects/profile/private-enterprise-accelerated-resources-linkages-project-phase-2-pearl2/ (2016-04-28)
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  • Philippines-Canada Local Government Support Program Phase II (LGSP II) | Projects | Agriteam Canada
    The challenge is to shift centralized authoritarian and clan based attitudes systems and practices to ones that are locally responsive participatory and equitable Approach LGSP II worked with local governments and central government departments to help them identify their own priorities and needs in consultation with their stakeholders It then collaborated with them to develop capacity improve performance and ultimately provide better governance services to citizens The program partnered with many local NGOs educational institutions consultants and government agencies as well as Canadian municipal practitioners to deliver technical assistance training coaching and on the job mentoring to elected officials and public servants throughout the local government system Project Description The original program 1999 2004 focused on developing the capacity of 205 Local Government Units in Mindanao and Western Visayas This included 174 municipalities 11 cities 19 provinces and the Autonomous Regional Government ARG of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao In 2004 the program was extended for an additional two years to November 2006 to consolidate support for the enabling environment particularly for the system strengthening and policy reforms initiated by the national Department of the Interior and Local Government DILG The program developed government capacity in four main areas Local government leadership and management Financial management Service delivery Participatory governance The four cross cutting themes of gender equality environmental sustainability poverty reduction and peace and unity informed the program activities A participatory analysis and planning process helped local government leaders set an executive and legislative agenda to determine short and medium term government and community priorities The program then supported the local governments in implementing their agendas and improving their functioning and services in partnership with civil society the private sector neighbouring municipalities and other levels of government To enhance the enabling environment the program worked with the local government leagues the Local Government Academy DILG and other supporting institutions to develop their capability to promote and support local government capacity building measure local government performance identify document and replicate leading practices participate in policy reform Results 205 participating Local Government Units LGUs demonstrated improvement in the four program outcome areas of leadership and management service delivery financial management and participatory governance Based on a performance information system with 49 local governance indicators all 205 LGUs showed a marked level of progress from their baseline assessment 60 of LGUs achieved or exceeded benchmark competencies in leadership and management 48 of LGUs increased public access to mandated basic services such as health social services education environmental management solid waste management and local economic development 43 of LGUs achieved or exceeded benchmarks for citizen private sector and civil society organization participation in governance and the delivery of community services The participatory development of Executive and Legislative Agendas introduced by LGSP II was adopted nationally by DILG and promoted country wide and included by the Department of Finance as a criterion for the release of interior revenue allotments to LGUs 20 of LGUs increased their annual revenue through improvements in taxation fee

    Original URL path: http://www.agriteam.ca/en/projects/profile/philippines-canada-local-government-support-program-phase-ii-lgsp-ii/ (2016-04-28)
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