The training programme was sponsored by Gujarat Ecology Commission, Gandhinagar. The main objective of the workshop was to train the officials of Gujarat Ecology Commission and to educate grassroots level community for creating awareness about coastal zone management and conservation. A total of 29 participants attended the workshop.
This training programme was sponsored by National Institute of Social Defense, New Delhi and Director of Social Defense, Gujarat. The training was organized for 42 government and NGO functionaries on the subjects of care and protection of children infected and affected with HIV/AIDS intervention strategies.
Seventy six capacity building trainings for Gram Mitra (Jan Kalyan) were conducted which was sponsored by the Commissioner, Tribal Development, and Government of Gujarat. The aim of this programme was primary to develop essential compliances among Gram Mitra (Jan Kalyan) so that they perform their roles and responsibilities effectively in addressing the tribal development issues of Gujarat State. Gram Mitra (Jan Kalyan) of 12 tribal dominated districts of 43 talukas of the State were covered. A total of 1736 Gram Mitras was trained.
A three day training programme was organized for sensitizing Police officials, members of the Juvenile Justice Board, members of Child Welfare Committee and officials of Social Defense and to understand the provisions of Juvenile Justice Act 2000 as a part of children and adolescent care of Gujarat State. National Institute of Social Defense, Government of India, New Delhi and Directorate of Social Defense, Gandhinagar had sponsored the training. In total 43 participants from various government departments of the state attended this training.
A training programme for Self-Help Groups under Swarnajayanthi Gram Swarojgar Yojana was sponsored by the Commissioner, Rural Development, and Government of Gujarat. This training programme was primarily to develop essential competencies among SHG members for effective implementation of micro-finance and helping the SHG groups in poverty alleviation, empowerment and social mobilization.
Integrated Population and Development Project, Kutch entrusted TALEEM to organize a three days workshop for their staff which includes Block Extension Educators, Staff Nurses, Medical Service Providers, District Gazette Officials, Health Counselors, Laboratory Technicians and Drivers. The main objective of the workshop was to enhance the understanding of the process of communication and to enhance the communication skills.
Women and Child Development Department, Government of Gujarat, Gandhinagar sponsored the training programme. The objective of the training workshop was to orient the Mahila Margdarshan Kendra (MMK) personnel to the objectives of the programmes, apprise them of the various government and non government schemes developed for economic empowerment of women through skill improvement, training and self employment opportunities. Also to develop counseling skills of the MMK personnel and help them create and maintain relevant information bases and provide feedback to the department. To better facilitate the 215 personnel, spread across 75 NGOs throughout the state, Nine trainings were conducted in different regions of Guajrat namely Central (Ahmedabad), South (Navsari) and West (Anand).
Centre for Health Education, Training and Nutrition Awareness (CHETNA), Ahmedabad sponsored the workshop. Organizing and conducting a three-day workshop aimed to provide the project personnel of CHETNA, an NGO working in women's health sector, a walk-thru of the social marketing process from conceptualizing an idea, developing campaigns, implementation issues, to monitoring and evaluation.
This career and counseling programme was commissioned by Tribal Development Department, Government of Gujarat. This counseling programme was organized to sensitize 10,000 Tribal students of class VIII-XII of Gujarat about various courses and career options.
This training programme was sponsored by National Institute of Social Defense, New Delhi and Director of Social Defense, Gujarat. The training was organized for 40 street educators on the subjects of child rights, problems of street children and to develop counseling skills in them.
A training programme for Tribal Women Sarpanch, members of village Panchayats was sponsored by Council for Advancement of People’s Action and Rural Technology (CAPART), Ahmedabad. This training programme was organized primarily to develop essential competences among elected Mahila Sarpanch and women members of Gram Panchayat for effective implementation of the Panchayat Raj Act and helping them to understand their roles and responsibilities in (the) implementation of various schemes and programmes of Rural Development. A total of 296 elected women Panchayat Members (Tribal) were trained.
The Foundation in collaboration with Cornell University, USA, a Planning Meeting to discuss on ‘Building ICT Capacity in Uttaranchal Universities for Community Development (UUICT Project)’ was organized. The purpose of the meeting was to share the broad outlines of the initiative with important stakeholders, and gain advice and support from those attending. The deliberations and discussions will contribute to a start up plan and guidelines for the project. Participating in the Dehradun meeting were the representatives of local, state and national governments, as well as persons from higher education institutions and non-governmental organizations in Uttaranchal and other states.
A training programme for Self-Help Groups under Swarnajayanthi Gram Sarojgar Yojana was sponsored by the Commissioner, Rural Development, and Government of Gujarat. This training programme was primarily to develop essential competencies among SHG members for effective implementation of micro-finance and helping the SHG groups in poverty alleviation, empowerment and social mobilization.
Integrated Population and Development Project, Bhuj entrusted TALEEM to organize a two days workshop for their staff which includes Block Extension Educators, Staff Nurses, Doctors and Health Counselors. The job profile of the staff was to provide health care and counseling to the clients for family planning and other matters. Interpersonal communication (IPC) plays a pivotal role in their day-to-day activities with their clients and thus to develop the best interpersonal communication skills among them was a main objective of the workshop.
PATH Canada, CPAA, King Gorge Memorial, E. Moses Road, Mahalakshmi, Mumbai sponsored the workshop. The PATH Canada is a non-governmental organization whose goal is to improve health, especially the health of women and children, in developing region of the world. Organizational mission of PATH Canada is to increase the effectiveness, availability and appropriateness of practices and technologies used in primary health care. The broad objective of the workshop was to orient and induct women working in various NGOs about tobacco control.
Commissioned by E-City Entertainment (I) Private Limited, Mumbai, two rounds of training were conducted by TALEEM for 190 customer service personnel at the supervisory and staff level for Fun Republic, a multiplex launched in Ahmedabad. The training components included customer care, cinema, retail stores, food and beverages, personality development, sales and marketing.