Training Needs Assessment (TNA)

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Policy Report
Research report
Md. Sekender Ali
KBD. Md. Fazlul Karim
Dr. Abul Kalam Azad
The training modules developed from training needs assessment carried out during 2010-2011 were further pilot tested and modified. The pilot testing of training modules was carried out for two levels of agriculture extension officers i.e. district and upazila agriculture officers and Sub-Assistant Agriculture Officers operating at the village level...
Policy Report
APAN-IGES Research Report
Prof. Dr. Kang Kroesna, RUA
Pilot training programs were conducted in Cambodia for province and sub-province level government officers of the agriculture department to test the effectiveness of draft training modules on climate change adaptation. The pilot tested training modules include ‘Agriculture extension staffs at provincial level’ and ‘District and commune officers’...
Research Report
Research Report to the Asia Pacific Network for Global Change Research
Md. Sekender Ali
Kang Kroesna
Silinthone Sacklokham
Burmaa Badral
Ram Bhakta Shrestha
T. Okayama
The project entitled “Scientific Capacity Development of the Trainers and Policy Makers for Climate Change Adaptation Planning in Asia and the Pacific”, funded by the Asia Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN) under the ‘CAPaBLE’ programme, was implemented as a part of Asia Pacific Adaptation Network (APAN) activities that aimed at...
Training Needs Assessment Meeting
Capacity building and training has been one of the neglected areas of governance in the Asia-Pacific region often termed as 'by the disposable for the disposable'. This has led to poor planning and investments in capacity building leading to poor capacities at all levels. This has relevance to climate change adaptation where various stakeholders...
Book Chapter
In UNFCCC: Action on the ground: A synthesis of activities in the areas of education, training and awareness-raising for adaptation
The most important challenge in achieving holistic capacity-building in the developing Asia-Pacific region is the inadequacy of information on: The roles of different stakeholders in adaptation planning and implementation; the existing capacities and needs of different stakeholders; and lack of stock-taking exercise on key outcomes of earlier...
Conference Proceeding
1st Training Needs Assessment Meeting
Climate change adaptation is also an issue of capacity building and capacity building of key stakeholders is of paramount importance for promoting climate change adaptation in some of the most vulnerable sectors and countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Awareness generation and capacity building of policy makers is the key since they are crucial to...