Effective and contextualised capacity development is what makes a lasting difference in international development. Aurecon is committed to ensuring citizens, civil society, the private sector and the state are empowered with the necessary competencies and capabilities to drive and sustain progress.
We are committed to building systems for capacity development that endure once external support is withdrawn.
Core competencies in capacity development advisory
Analysis of personal, organisational, institutional and sector capacities, and strategies to develop these sustainably
Public sector capacity development, ranging across public sector and financial management, governance reform, organisational strengthening and building donor capacities
Civil society capacity development – including NGOs, parliamentarians, women, youth and advocacy groups
Building the capacity of business and representative organisations to identify and realise opportunities that benefit the poor including by influencing government
Taking a systems approach to capacity development which emphasises the capability of the wider system to build the necessary competences and capabilities in people, organisations and institutions once donor support ends
Training in how to effectively and sustainably build capacity in a development context
Intervention logics, measuring change and appropriate indicators in capacity development
For more details on our practical experience in this area, please download the brochure on the right.