>> “The handouts, presentations slides, and additional resources were the most effective to support my learning.” – Data Collection Training
Spur Change has engaged with 58 new SMOs since the end of Year 1, March 31, 2020, increasing our count to 345 unique SMOs located from coast-to-coast-to-coast.
>> “Looking forward to reaching out to some other participants from the training!” – Data Collection Training participant
>> “Thank you for delivering quality training. The people you brought on board were good and sounded passionate about what they do.” – Gender Learning Series participant
Assessing the capacity building needs and knowledge gaps of Canadian Small and Medium Organizations (SMOs), and appropriate learning methods
Spur Change is thrilled to launch its first SMO report addressing questions about the capacity building and knowledge sharing needs of Canadian SMOs working in international cooperation. What are their organization’s ambitions? What are key priority areas for learning and capacity building for their organization to achieve its ambitions? What are their preferred learning methods? What is their level of knowledge and understanding of the Feminist International Assistance Policy (FIAP) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)? The report is based on 252 responses collected from over 150 SMOs across Canada.
On June 25, 2020, Spur Change presented findings from the SMO report to Global Affairs Canada. Watch the bilingual recording to learn more or download slides.