CSOs rate their capacity, direction after FCS tailor made training

Some members of the Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in Tanzania have undertaken a critical analysis of their own organisational development after gaining new insights following their participation in the tailor made training conducted by the Foundation for Civil Society (FCS) in early August 2015.

Speaking during a break after attending the Organisational Development training module in Dar es Salaam on 5 August 2015, the coordinator of Mtandao wa Vikundi vya Wakulima Tanzania (MWIWATA) Mkuranga branch, Abraham Saleem, said as CSOs stakeholders they have seen growth in the sector in terms of execution of funded projects but deep inside their internal organisational structures, there is still a lot that needs to be fixed.

“I do not want to hide this, but it has been a tendency. Many of us CSO players are still haunted by the ‘one-man-show’ syndrome. We thank that this training module availed to us by the FCS has enabled many of us realise this anomaly. And as a way forward, we have resorted to work on this matter so that all of us as members of CSOs move together – instead of letting a few individuals steal the show,” he said.

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