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People cannot realize their full potential unless the means of development are sustainable. The concept of capacity development must be locally developed, be of a long-term nature, and started and managed collectively, by those who will benefit from it. Capacity development can be teaching someone to do something, or to do it better, or can be about creating new institutions, or strengthening old ones, or can focus on education and training, and even may include improving individual rights, access, or freedoms.


Our strategy and core competency lies in assembling and managing highly qualified multi-disciplinary teams and engaging with a range of public, private sector, non-governmental and citizen stakeholders for timely and quality completion of projects, TSC Global's "Capacity Development Thematic Group" is comprised of educationalists, training experts (with experience and expertise in trade schools, career schools, vocational schools or technical schools, which teach students curriculum based on a specific skilled trade). These subject matter experts are supported by our other experts as required.
TSC Global‘s standard methodology entails building trustful relationships and helping to identify practical solutions for complex problems that our team of experienced experts may face during project preparation, and the implementation and delivery of high-quality results — often in tight deadlines.


As with any transformational process, we will develop a shared understanding of what needs to be developed by identifying what each element of an overall goal can be achieved, when, over what timeframe, by whom, doing what. Careful planning is required. The first step taken in the process is as important as each of the other steps, especially as it will lay out the initial plan and approach for the transformation goal.

Our transformative process is based on:

  • Accountability: ensuring employee safety, increasing productivity, and creating a welcoming environment for employees and any users of the facilities.
  • Participation: understanding that people are the key to facility management - not only the beneficiaries of sustainable environmental, social, and governance - but also the agents of it.
  • Transparency: moving from the traditional secrecy of processes to sharing relevant and appropriate information.
  • Effectiveness and Efficiency: providing effective and efficient facilities for its users, the wider community, and the environment.

As part of our process, we will focus on the following:

  • Identifying and building: on the achievements of our previous work and knowledge in the area.
  • Promoting broad participation: through our research process and stakeholder engagement, we will identify the challenges, needs, hopes and aspirations of various stakeholders.
  • Engaging in and maintaining quality communications: by ensuring that our consultants work in very close cooperation with each other and our counterparts.
  • Ensuring the transfer of knowledge: by providing focused and informative advice and stakeholder engagement that not only address the issues but include practical means to resolve any issues arising as they happen, and in the design, and the application, for future projects.
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