Our proposal and later implemented training was the virtual beginners’ training on project development for VO. The training consisted of a total of 20 training hours. We held the training between January and March and can already say that the knowledge and skills acquired are already proving to be of great use in the running of MHREC.The topics covered include the following: The project cycle; Problem Tree analysis; Logical Frameworks; Searching for funding relevant for our Voluntary Organisation and Building good project partnerships.
As mentioned, as an eligibility requirement as well as a networking opportunity, MHREC reached out to Tayar Foundation for Jewish Heritage in Malta (TFJHM) and they agreed to collaborate with us. They are a newly established organisation aiming to preserve and promote Jewish heritage and history in Malta. TFJHM’s first event is the Anne Frank exhibition currently ongoing and more information can be found here.
KOPIN was the implementing partner. KOPIN which stands for Koperazzjoni Internazzjonali, works towards international development cooperation and works in tandem with civil society organisations and NGOs in Malta, Europe, and Africa, on various projects aimed at raising awareness about the role of each individual as a global citizen, as well as the intrinsic values of the role, and to contribute towards the empowerment of developing communities.
Considering the successfully implementation and the good collaboration throughout between TFJHM and KOPIN, we hope it will be a long lasting relationship!
Don’t forget to check out our blog series MHREC Learns for other trainings that we undergo as we develop.
This project has been funded by the Training Initiatives Scheme managed by the Malta Council for the Voluntary Sector. The content of this publication is the sole responsibility of the MHREC and neither the Training Initiative Scheme, nor the MCVS are liable for any issue arising from the information provided herein.