Bridging the Gaps Research: Examining capacity development in BtG

Bridging the Gaps Research: Examining capacity development in BtG

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Over the period 2018-2019, the Alliance members, led by Aidsfonds, commissioned a study on capacity development which sought to identify those interventions which effectively equip civil society organisations and networks led by or working with key population groups to secure their health and rights, and to advocate for social change in complex legal and socio-cultural environments. The study was conducted by HEARD, an applied research institute based at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa, whose researchers used a mixed-methods approach involving desk review, key informant interviews, a member survey, case studies, and workshops. For the case study component, the researchers used the participatory approach of outcome harvesting to identify effective capacity development modalities across the Bridging the Gaps programme and to link these to programmatic results or outcomes. Data analysis drew on standard quantitative and qualitative techniques, including thematic analysis using coding, descriptive statistics and triangulation.

Bridging the Gaps Research: Examining capacity development in BtG

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