- Published on 26 January 2017
The Innovative Projects for Civil Society and Coalition of Actors (PISCCA) beneficiaries from Tanzania have been urged to work hard in order to achieve their projects goals.
Speaking during the opening of a three days training on how to manage PISCCA grants, the Head of Cooperation and Cultural Affairs from the Embassy of France in Tanzania Mr. Phillippe Boncour said, the selection of the funded projects was competitive and called upon all beneficiaries to implement their projects as planned so as to achieve anticipated objectives.
“You have passed through a tough competition. Now you are here. My message to you today is that, you have to work hard and stick to your projects,” he said and later congratulated the Foundation for Civil Society (FCS) for its commitment and engagement in supporting PISCCA guarantees.
The FCS Program Manager, Mr. Fransis Uhadi used the event to convey his congratulation message to the six organizations and insisted that the training undertaken by the Foundation is important as it targets to capacitate the best practices in managing projects.
“I am requesting you to participate in the training actively and when you begin implementing your projects try to be keen on managing finance by ensuring integrity when using projects fund,” he said.
The Foundation for Civil Society entered an agreement with French Embassy to conduct training on managing grants to the staff of six organizations, which succeeded to receive grants from the Embassy. These six organizations are; Friends of Lake Tanganyika (FOLT), Zanzibar Climate Change alliance (ZACCA), Tanzania Support for women Rights (TASUWORI), Uigizaji na Ngoma za Asili (UNA), White Orange Youth (WOY), Medical Women Tanzania (MEWATA).
The training aimed at improving the project documents especially looking at the anticipated outcomes and activities designed, monitoring of the project and financial management. Each organization was represented by two participants one with financial background and another with project activities skills. The total number of participants was 12, (8 males and 4 Women). The three days training started on Monday 16th January and ended on Wednesday 18th January 2017 and was conducted at Blue Pearl Hotel in Dar es Salaam.