TPI’s Certificate in Partnering Practice is now open for registration for participants who took part in the ‘Partners in Action’ training scheme which was run in collaboration with the United Nations System Staff College (UNSSC) between 2005 and 2008. The programme trained over 350 participants from around 40 UN agencies, as well as their partners […]
The 3 day training course ‘Essential Skills for Effective Partnering’ will be running 28-30th May this year in London. This 3 day course builds the skills and knowledge needed for effective multi-stakeholder collaboration and is for staff and consultants from all sectors. The course can optionally lead to participants gaining a Certificate in Partnering Practice. TPI runs a range […]
Nearly two decades ago, the UN’s Rio Declaration had the goal of “establishing a new and equitable global partnership through the creation of new levels of cooperation among States, key sectors of societies and people”. And then a decade ago, the major outcome of the Johannesburg follow-up Summit (Rio+10) was around the launching of 350 ‘partnerships for sustainable development’.
From July to September this year The Partnering Initiative has delivered a portfolio of training courses for effective cross sector partnering and corporate social responsibility (CSR) as part of the Aga Khan Development Network’s (AKDN) Civil Society Programme. The trainings took place across Africa and Central Asia, some highlights from the programme were: 20-25 June, […]
In remote parts of Bangladesh, existing farming methods do not provide sufficient yield to meet the needs of the people. The government urgently needs to reach farmers with knowledge about fertilizer use and simple techniques and technologies that can increase agricultural output considerably. However, the scale of the rural population is so great, that local […]