Best Practice

Lessons learned

  1. Participation of all stakeholders at all levels has enabled EMRDA to mobilize Community resources and consequently achieve its strategic goals. In line with this, EMRDA has been working with grassroots organizations, associations, user group and other CBOs and government structures.
  2. Working in partnership and cooperation with government offices at all levels has enabled EMRDA to efficiently and effectively implement its development programs.
  3. Working in partnership and collaboration with local and international NGOs and networks has enabled EMRDA to learn and adapt working conditions and refine its best practices and excellence.
  4. Dynamic leadership and staff commitment has enabled EMRDA to implement development projects successfully benefiting hundreds of thousands of target beneficiaries in the regions.
  5. Giving more attention to social dynamics and software aspects rather than to hardware aspects helps a lot for sustainability of projects.
  6. Working on ABE, OVC support, RH & gender, HIV/AIDS, HTP and capacity building across all development activities helped in changing the knowledge, practice and attitude of people.
  7. Prioritizing internal capacity building efforts at organizational level is a key for successful programmatic achievements in different intervention areas.
  8. Full participation of the community is an asset to build owned measures to the prevailing and envisages development related bottlenecks.
  9. Accountability to the project right holders and stakeholders should be strengthened with maximum possible tempo.
  10. Influential community leaders and gate keepers are the core out let to reach the wider community with systematic and more appealing approach.

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