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Human Resource Development (HRD)

The objectives of HRD section of AJKRSP are the Capacity building of program staff, all community tiers, local support organizations (LSOs)/local NGOs and where relevant of related staff of line departments, establishment of strong linkages with training institutions like TEVTA, NRSP – Institute of Rural Management (N-IRM)etc to avail technical expertise of otherorganizations and financial support of public sector for trainings and to establish credible HRD section at AJKRSP to cater the needs of capacity building of rural population of AJK.The strategy of HRD section is,Staff training:  Training of staff in conjunction withN-IRM, Islamabad.  As per need assessment of staff members, AJKRSP nominates staff members to N-IRM for trainings. N-IRM supports AJKRSP through offering subsidized training fees.  With the passage of time AJKRSP has plan to establish its HRD section on the same lines as N-IRM.Training of communities:  Community institution management trainings and trainings on social mobilization& institutional development mostly conducts by AJKRSP itself.  In order to minimize cost and quick delivery of trainings, AJKRSP trains LSOs’ nominees as master trainers who then trains community members.Technical and vocational skills trainings: Technical and vocational skills trainings are major components of HRD section.  AJKRSP links with existing organizations/institutions, such as, N-IRM, Technical Education & Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA), Extension Services Management Academy(ESMA) and Forest Training Institute. An MOU with N-IRM has already been signed in this regard.  AJKRSP’s role is to nominate the community members through community institutions.To facilitate community members, especially women, village based trainings will be offered wherever needed and possible.

Program sectors related trainings:

A number of program sectors have components that require trainings to be done.  For example, in social sectors, there are trainings for SMCs (school management committees) and HMCs (health management committees).  Or community trainings in disaster risk management, community management skills trained for office bearers of COs/VOs, leadership management training for office bearers of LSOs/TSNs, book keeping, record keeping,  internal audit and financial management trainings for CRPs/Activists.  HRD section will work with the concerned sector in finalizing the training module.  HRD may be required to do training of trainers (ToT) at LSOs etc which would then carry forward the training.

Training of LSOs/local NGOs:  Trainings in SM&ID, record keeping, Village/UC planning, proposal writing etc.

Orientation of staff of line departments:  For those who directly interact with AJKRSP or with the communities at the village, UC or tehsil level.

Areas Of Human Resource Development

Community Management Training Programme

  • Vocational Training Programme
  • Natural Management Training
  • Health & Education
  • Human Rights
  • Gender & Devlopment
  • Ohters
  • Disaster Risk Management
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————District wise summary of HRD

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Progress under HRD as of May 2012

Training Name During May 2012 Cumulative
Men Women Total Men Women Total
Community Management Training Programme (CMTP)
Activist Workshops 58 22 80 567 333 900
Book keeping - 70 41 111
BMST - 324 253 577
CMST 23 7 30 747 478 1,225
CMST Refresher - 94 90 184
CMT - 257 94 351
Credit utilization training - 316 136 452
CRP Training - 88 21 109
Exposure Visits - 173 96 269
Internal Auditor - 27 6 33
LMST - 115 57 172
VDP - 93 56 149
Sub Total 81 29 110 2,871 1,661 4,532
Vocational Training
AC(Air Condition) &amp Refrigeration - - 25 - 25
Auto Electrician - - 115 - 115
Building Electrician - - 136 - 136
Carpenter Training - - 10 - 10
Computer - - 87 28 115
Embroidery - - - 30 30
Plumbing and pipefitting - - 134 - 134
Tailoring - - 10 1,202 1,212
Mobile Repairing - - 16 - 16
Welding - - 16 -

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Sub Total - - - 549 1,260 1,809
Natural resource management(NRM) - -
Bee keeping - 40 1 41
Female Farmers Trained - 10 1 11
Livestock management - 63 52 115
No of workshops/field day in Agriculture - 227 2 229
No of workshops/field day in live stock - 183 55 238
Poultry training - 285 810 1,095
Vegetable training 100 100 68 1,461 1,529
Silk Reeling - - 75 75
Sub Total - 100 100 876 2,457 3,333
TBA training - - 31 31
Sub Total - - - - 31 31
Education
Teacher training - 119 178 297
Sub Total - - - 119 178 297
CPI Training
Operation and maintenance - 216 20 236
Sub Total - - - 216 20 236
Disaster Risk Management
Students training on DRR - 542 4,613 5,155
Teachers training on DRR - 87 106 193
Sub Total - 629 4,719 5,348
Rights
Activist workshops - 212 139 351
Exposure visits - 59 41 100
Right based CMST - 134 77 211
Seminars - 174 155 329
Walks - 105 111 216
Sub Total - - 684 523 1,207
Others -
Staff Training - 359 48 407
Sub Total - 359 48 407
Grand Total 81 129 210 6,303 10,897 17,200


Summary of District Wise HRD Progress

Training Type

Gender

Mirpur

Bhimber

Kotli

Muzaffarabad

Hattian

Neelum

Rawlakot

Total

CMTP Men 369 407 1,118 412 161 284 120 2,871
Women 221 206 650 201 123 183 77 1,661
Total 590 613 1,768 613 284 467 197 4,532
CPI Trainings Men 65 - 151 - - - - 216
Women 2 - 18 - - - - 20
Total 67 - 169 0 0 0 - 236
Disaster Risk Management Men - - - 629 - - - 629
Women - - - 4,719 - - 4,719
Total - - 0 5,348 0 0 - 5,348
Education Men 9 6 14 - - 90 - 119
Women 6 5 14 - - 153 - 178
Total 15 11 28 - 0 243 - 297
Health Men - - - - - - - -
Women - - 31 - - - - 31
Total - - 31 - 0 0 - 31
Rights Men - - - 684 - - - 684
Women - - - 523 - - - 523
Total - - 0 1,207 0 - - 1,207
NRM Men 488 267 68 30 - 23 - 876
Women 360 234 339 135 - 1,389 - 2,457
Total 848 501 407 165 0 1,312 - 3,333
Vocational Training Men 155 84 239 - - 71 - 549
Women 430 255 505 - - 70 - 1,260
Total 585 339 744 - 0 141 - 1,809
Staff Training Men 106 - 116 137 - - - 359
Women 8 - 13 27 - - - 48
Total 114 - 129 164 0 - - 407
Grand Total Men 1,192 764 1,706 1,892 161 468 120 6,303
Women 1,027 700 1,570 5,605 123 1,795 77 10,897
Total 2,219 1,464 3,276 7,497 284 2,263 197 17,200