Capacity Building

Specifically, capacity building encompasses the country’s human, scientific, technological, organizational, institutional and resource capabilities. A fundamental goal of capacity building is to enhance the ability to evaluate and address the crucial questions related to policy choices and modes of implementation among development options, based on an understanding of environment potentials and limits and of needs perceived by the people of the country concerned.
Capacity building is a long-term, continuing process, in which all stakeholders participate (ministries, local authorities, non-governmental organizations and water user groups, professional associations, academics and others).

SAARC CCI carries out capacity building process through Human resource development, the process of equipping individuals with the understanding, skills and access to information, knowledge and training that enables them to perform effectively.

Innumerable trainings are conducted in partnership with GIZ under the SAARC Trade Promotion Network (TPN). The purpose of these trainings is to equip the trainees with essential business & marketing skills and international practices and developing product strategies in order to expand their trade corridors in favor of more skilled and equitable South Asia. The horizon of Capacity Building is not limited to business personnel only however, it extends to Women participation in trade for the purpose of promotion of gender equality, Social Skill development and Youth Development Schemes.