There has always been a dire need to make this world a better place to live. All social and developmental initiatives on the part of governments on state level and non-governmental agencies on community levels are a self-evident pursuit in this regard. In developing countries like Pakistan, we don’t see much heartening facts and figures when it comes to human development index. Having not so resourceful state machineries, the role of NGOs becomes far more critical in such countries to uplift the living standards and mitigate the miseries of its people. An increasing incidence of natural calamities and man-made disasters calls for incremental support from NGO sector to alleviate the unfavorable circumstances. An enhanced and augmented capacity on the part of these NGOs to brave these daunting challenges is inevitable in general and developing countries in particular.
INGOLAM is one of the core program of The NGO World. The institute is working on the development of organizational capacity & individuals of NGO sector. Since 2012, INGOLAM has delivered number of trainings on different areas of need of NGO sector including social mobilization, project proposal development, fundraising, use of social media, poverty alleviation, project management, youth social entrepreneurship, disaster management etc. Services of quality & seasoned trainers/facilitators are available to INGOLAM who has capacity to strengthen the organizations and groom the professionals to enhance their output for ultimate benefit of their target communities.
The NGO World has signed an MOU with the Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries (SESRIC). Both organizations agreed to take collaborative actions to build capacity of NGOs from OIC member countries, conduct research and manage events to strengthen professional networking among nonprofits and related departments. SESRIC is a subsidiary organ of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).