FACE Training Program is directly linked to the implementation of the programs.
It aims at ensuring continuous and quality capacity building for FACE teams in order to maintain services quality and remain responsive to changes among FACE target group and direct environment.
FACE believes that training and capacity building of personnel is essential in order to ensure the provision of services of quality. For example, UNICEF/NCCM 2015 study highlights that the lack of child protection services with a qualified workforce (social workers, caregivers, …) is a major gap in the child welfare system; the study explains that “children victims of violence, exploitation and neglect in Egypt are in critical need of qualified professionals able to prevent any potential harm and to respond to children in need of care and protection”.
For this reason, important resources are allocated to the training of projects staff.
Since 2013, FACE has reinforced its training capacity and has set up a training program, composed of two training units attached to its two programs. 2 groups of trainers have been selected among the most qualified and experienced staff and have received specialised trainings to become trainers.
The FACE training team aims at:
- Providing training internally to FACE teams;
- Providing capacity building and technical support to government and civil society organisations.
FACE tries to support its partners in the long term in order to bring effective changes and impact in partner organisations projects. Collaboration usually start with an assessment phase, for FACE and partners to create a support/training plan adapted to the situation and needs of each partner.
FACE currently provides training to several local NGOs and works in close collaboration with the MoSA to support the ministry strategic plan for street children (through support of MoSS to improve child protection procedures and case management in its institutions); and though the support of MoSS to improve and develop the Kafala (foster family) system in Egypt and more generally to contribute to the deinstitutionalisation of the child protection system in Egypt.