Social Welfare Department: Provincial Face of Interaction and Regulation of NGOs

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Project objectives:

To review, assess and improve the role, function and capacity of Social Welfare Department (SWD), Punjab in the context of 18th Amendment and in light of the new INGO Policy by:

Conducting an Institutional Assessment of the department; and Undertaking a comprehensive capacity building exercise of the departments’ officials as well as representatives of NGOs that are linked with the department and have worked directly with INGOs.

Key Milestones:

- Institutional Assessment of Social Welfare Department (SWD), Government of the Punjab

- Develop Training Manuals for training of the SWD officials and NGOs’ representatives

- Conduct Training of SWD officials and NGOs’ representatives

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Disclaimer

The project, Social Welfare Department: Provincial Face of Interaction and Regulation of NGOs, is made possible by the support of the American People through The United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the sole responsibility of Centre for Public Policy and Governance (CPPG) FC College Lahore and do not necessarily reflect the view of USAID or the United States Government.