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24/07/2024

Green Crescent Addiction Prevention Practitioner Training Program was held for Country Green Crescents!

The International Federation of Green Crescent hosted an online training session regarding the Green Crescent Addiction Prevention Practitioner Training Program for Country Green Crescents from July 24-26. Expert volunteers from 19 countries, including Austria, Azerbaijan, Botswana, Palestine, Gambia, South Africa, Kyrgyzstan, TRNC, North Macedonia, Malaysia, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Rwanda, Serbia, Somalia, Tanzania, Greece and Zimbabwe, participated in the training program. By the end of the program, 50 participants earned certification as Green Crescent Addiction Prevention Training Program practitioners.

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Project And Resource Development

Thanks to its expertise and experience, the International Federation of Green Crescent (IFGC) assists Country Green Crescents in developing comprehensive project proposals, identifying funding opportunities and establishing partnerships with relevant stakeholders. The Federation promotes collaboration and synergy in project implementation, fostering knowledge exchange and the promotion of best practices among its members.

Project And Resource Development

A project is an intentional endeavor aimed at achieving a specific goal through strategic planning, coordinated efforts and effective implementation practices. It involves bringing together talented individuals, allocating resources wisely and adhering to predefined timelines and budgets. In addition to guiding innovation and growth, projects also offer opportunities to enhance international collaboration among countries, promote mutual understanding and encourage collective progress.

NGOs undertake projects for various reasons and derive numerous benefits from them. Projects enable these organizations to address specific social, environmental or humanitarian issues by implementing targeted interventions. These initiatives aim to create positive change, improve community well-being and address urgent needs.

Projects also enable NGOs to mobilize resources, including funding, volunteers and expertise, to effectively address complex challenges. By participating in project-based initiatives, these organizations can collaborate with stakeholders, including government agencies, businesses and communities and promote partnerships.

Furthermore, projects offer NGOs opportunities for capacity building, skill development and knowledge sharing, thereby enhancing their corporate capacities and sustainability. Additionally, successful projects can have a lasting impact, create a ripple effect of positivity and encourage others to engage in social causes. Overall, projects serve as essential tools for NGOs to make a meaningful difference, address societal issues and contribute to community improvement.

 

How Does the International Federation of Green Crescent (IFGC) Manage Projects?

The International Federation of Green Crescent (IFGC) plays a significant role in project management for Country Green Crescents. The IFGC actively supports and guides Country Green Crescents in implementing effective project management practices. It provides training, resource support and technical assistance to enhance their capacities in planning, executing, and monitoring projects related to addiction, healthy living, and public health.

With its expertise and experience, the IFGC supports Country Green Crescents in developing comprehensive project proposals, identifying funding opportunities and establishing partnerships with relevant stakeholders. By promoting collaboration and synergy in project implementation, the Federation fosters knowledge exchange and encourages the adoption of best practices among its members.

The Federation contributes to the sustainable success of Country Green Crescents by providing comprehensive guidance and support networks for corporate development and fundraising projects. In this context, it prepares the ground for Country Green Crescents to develop their projects by regularly sharing up-to-date information on national and international project opportunities.

Moreover, the IFGC guides Country Green Crescents in effectively managing project application processes. It offers technical support throughout the process, from application preparation to project implementation and organizes customized capacity building programs as needed. This approach helps Country Green Crescents overcome any challenges they may encounter during project processes and avoid costly mistakes.

Additionally, by sharing accumulated experiences and expertise, the IFGC provides strategic guidance to Country Green Crescents in project implementation, aiming to increase effectiveness and sustainability. Through this support, the IFGC enables Country Green Crescents to progress towards their long-term goals in addiction prevention with a stronger foundation.

Overall, the IFGC's project guidance and support activities support its mission of fostering positive change in society by enabling Country Green Crescents to develop innovative and effective projects. These activities play a vital role in ensuring the development of Country Green Crescents and promoting a healthier, drug-free society.

International Financial Support Program (IFSP)

The International Financial Support Program (IFSP) is a grant program established by the Turkish Green Crescent Society to provide funding for projects and scientific research in the field of addiction prevention. The program aims to strengthen collaboration in preventive efforts on a global scale through data collection, research and project development.

IFSP grant opportunities are announced throughout the year by the Turkish Green Crescent Society. Applications are evaluated by expert reviewers and support is provided to Country Green Crescents that qualify for grants. The IFGC facilitates coordination between Country Green Crescents and the Turkish Green Crescent Society and provides supervisory support to Country Green Crescents during the project period when needed.   

During and after the project period, the IFGC encourages collaboration and knowledge sharing among Country Green Crescents. During this process, Country Green Crescents can exchange experiences, learn from each other's successes and challenges and promote collective learning by adapting best practices to their specific contexts.

Overall, the IFSP plays a crucial role in strengthening Country Green Crescents' capacities for project development, capacity building, addiction prevention and public health. Additionally, by facilitating networking opportunities and easing partnership development, it contributes to Country Green Crescents' ability to enhance the reach and impact of their projects through alliances with local stakeholders, government agencies and other organizations.

 

 

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