Leaders of community-based organizations underwent a seminar on monitoring, documentation, and networking on December 13-14, 2018 to improve their organizational capacities in recording and documenting lessons learned from their varied projects and activities.
The seminar likewise harnessed their skills in tracking their achievements, challenges, and milestones which served as their internal database in crafting plans and in drawing consensus in organizational decision-makings.It also increased their knowledge on networking as they engage others in their entrepreneurial endeavors and external collaboration with potential partners and government agencies.
International human rights, its principles, and its reporting mechanism were also included among the themes imparted to record human rights violation-related incidences and abuses.
It also highlighted the roles of conflict mediators in resolving issues and in advocating children and women’s right for their protection.
The seminars were conducted at barangays Salipongan, Bubong and Diolangan, Bubong on December 13 and in Moriatao Datu, Lumbayanague and Langi Talub, Masiu on December 14.
There were 97 participants in this seminars. Attendees were officials of the barangays, members of the community children protection teams, conflict transformers (CT), the barangay peace action team (BPAT), and officers of OBAERA and Ompongan sa Taribasok sa Ranao (OTR).
Ustadj Abdul Malik, leader of OTR, said that the seminar upscaled too their expertise in monitoring the plebiscite on the Bangsamoro Law in January 21, 2018.
The seminar was conducted by Maradeca Inc. in partnership with Caritas Australia.