Wednesday, June 26, 2024

Section

বাংলা
Dhaka Tribune

GIZ organizes training for the NILG trainers on tools and methods of SDG localization in Gazipur

Trainers of NILG participated in the training including officials from the Governance Innovation Unit (GIU) of the Prime Minister’s office

Update : 11 Sep 2022, 05:10 PM

With a focus on developing future trainers from the National Institute of Local Government (NILG) on the topic of SDG localisation, the Improved Coordination of International Climate Finance (ICICF) project, implemented by GIZ, organized a two-day long residential training at Sarah Resort, Gazipur.  

The training titled “Tools and Methods for SDG Localisation – Training of NILG Trainers” was held recently and conducted by national and international master trainers, reads a press release. 

Trainers of NILG participated in the training including officials from the Governance Innovation Unit (GIU) of the Prime Minister’s office.

The urban areas of the country play a pivotal role in driving economic growth. However, a large proportion of the urban population lives in poverty-prone unhealthy conditions and lacks access to basic amenities. 

In alignment with many other countries of the world, Bangladesh has also developed policies, strategies and plans to achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) targets by 2030 including policies and strategies related to climate change. 

However, proper implementation of these plans requires the capacities and involvement at the local level. 

GIZ has partnered with NILG which supports the capacity enhancement of the local government officials where NILG’s capacities on SDG localisation are being supported for disseminating the knowledge at the local level of the country. 

Experts from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology and Europe have developed the training modules and conducted training of trainers on this topic. 

This training aims to instil practice-oriented training skills while also offering trainers from NILG the opportunity to apply and further develop these skills as trainers. 

This included lectures, group work and open discussions on training materials, tools and other activities, where 16 officials from the National Institute of Local Government and the Prime Minister’s Office participated. 

The programme ended by distributing certificates among the participants after designing a model training structure which shall be applied in future training for the officials from the local government.


Top Brokers

About

Popular Links

x