Coaching Session for Inclusive Leadership Process Guide
Development Exchange Center-Nepal (DEC-Nepal) has been consistently engaged in the issue of equitable distribution of power and resource for rural to national development since it’s established in 2002. DEC Nepal believes that sustainable development of deprived community is a centered socio-economic intervention with multi-stakeholders approach ensuring environment conservation, gender mainstreaming, and social cohesion at a local level.
The organization has been successful in strengthening active citizens’ engagement in public service oversight and promoting inclusive leadership development process and intervention. It has been possible with support received from Civil Society: Mutual Accountability Project in coordination of technical guidance and supported of FHI 360 and financial supported by the United States Agency international Development (USAID).
This time is now due to COVID-19 pandemic, CS:MAP project has been extended for 7 months with some new activities as inclusive leadership development and Human Right Based approaches in SoW. Considering that Today June 3, coaching session has been conducted through virtual by FHI to DEC-Nepal team and social structure for common understanding in regards. Similarly, process documentation was carried out on the issues of both working districts Makawanpur and Dhading.
Mostly, session was interactive way with participatory process. And it was suggested to develop action plan and select the 2 issues for a districts which it made transformation after intervention or advocacy process by tomorrow.
Virtual session will be remained selected catchment area for inclusive intervention for the marginalized group or community to collect the data and develop profile for advocacy. It was selected Cheppang single women group in Masine Manahari, Makawanpur and in Dhading Gandharv group.