XIDAS, Jabalpur, MP, 6th May 2019: A five day Capacity Enhancement Workshop started off on 6th of May at XIDAS Campus, Jabalpur, MP. The workshop conducted at the initiative of Assistancy Development Office, New Delhi will focus on enhancing skills of the Jesuits and collaborators of provinces to develop result oriented project proposals. This workshop is the third in the line of workshops till date addressing the larger goal of raising funds to sustain the current and future projects.
The workshop covers aspects like Context and Problem Analysis, Problem Tree, Solution Tree, LFA, GNATT Chart, Activities, Budget, Risk analysis and Sustainability Planning etc.
The workshop is conducted under the supervision and guidance from ADD, Treasurer, JCI, ED and Manager, PPS of ADO. The HR Officer, ADO is coordinating the logistics and facilities. Mr. Nabarun Sengupta, an expert on the subject having more than 25 years of experience in development sector is the prime resource person for this workshop.
Mr Raphael Pradhan, Ranchi Zonal office, ADO, welcomed the guests, Fr. Ranjit, Director, XIDAS, Dr Namrata, Training and Capacity Building In charge from XIDAS and Mr Nabarun Sengupta, Resource Person for the Training Programme and all the participants. Fr Ranjit, Dr Namrata, Mr Nabarun, took the honors of lighting the lamp which was followed by Fr Sebastian Lakra SJ from XISA introducing the workshop.
Fr Ranjit, in his short speech highlighted the history of XIDAS and its formation. Dr Namrata informed about the importance of proposal writing and emphasized on taking this training program with a professional attitude.
The twenty participants who are attending the workshop are as follows, Ms Priska Kandulna from Darjeeling Province, Mr Joseph Hembron from Hazaribagh, Fr Alex from Delhi, Frs Rakesh Kerketta, Ranjit Lakra and Schol Sudhir from Ranchi, Frs Fulchand and Sebastian from MP, Ms Anju, Mr Kamal from XISA, Profs Cecil Anthony, Kamna Michael, Namrata Williams and Dr J Pathak representing XIDAS, Officer PPS from four zonal offices of ADO.
JCI and ADO are grateful to the Director and Team at XIDAS for their excellent support and cooperation in conducting this programme.