and rules for participation, and clarify amendment protocol. Jointly with NGO Women Voters the Hub 
developed a one day training that is accessible and comprehensive for a community level audience. 
As a result, 28 trainings have been provided and information about the partnership and the trainings 
was published in the local paper. 
In April 23 25 Hub staff attended TB training provided by the leader of Almaty NGO Young leaders. 
The training proved to be very effective and encouraged people to feel a part of a strong team. They 
learned about eachother, personal values, and the values of the organization. They asked a number of 
questions about team work, management and leadership conflict prevention and resolution. The 
trainer did her best to motivate people for open discussions and used the most effective team building 
exercises, which helped staff be tolerant and supportive. 
Organizational Development 
At the beginning of April the Hub reviewed all CSSC budgets for the extension period and approved 
them. On the average each Center got around $4,400 for three months of activity. The CSSCs revised 
their work plans to reflect additional activities for extension period.  
All network members including staff from the Hub Office were invited by the Kurgon Teppa CSSC 
to participate in a presentation of the new office space. The building was constructed by the CSSC 
with funds from Counterpart, UNHCR and their own income from fee for services and loan programs. 
Local NGOs, CBOs, community leaders, and governmental officials participated in the presentation. 
All who made a speech underlined a significant work of the Center, their willingness and readiness to 
help all that need their help and services. The presentation was combined with the closing of the 
Community Outreach program. All CSSC managers presentated achievements, partnership 
experiences, tangible results and impacts of the community outreach program. The presentation ended 
with the awarding of certificates to community leaders who successfully implemented CAGs. 
A CSSC was established in the Garm district, Rasht Valley. Counterpart Tajikistan awarded  an 
Institutional Grant to the new CSSC in the amount of $5,000 USD to acquire equipment and furniture 
for the office. In Rasht Valley, Garm district CSSC has been established on the basis of the local 
NGO  National Reconciliation the mission of which is to promote the development and support of 
Civil Society. Within the implementation of the Phase III program Rasht Valley remained beyond 
Counterpart activities. In the area there are 13 NGOs and 38 Jamoat Development Committees and 
the Dushanbe CSSC couldn't be responsive to the capacity building needs of this population.  
Community Outreach 
Within extension period the key activity was follow up and close out evaluation of projects. Recently 
all Community projects have been completed. Database includes 46 reports on closing evaluation.  
CSSC staff and Hub PCs are finalizing the evaluation process for inclusion in the final report. The 
core indicator of the Community Mobilization component has been met and there are many examples 
that demonstrate the impact of Counterpart interventions at the community level. The most important 
achievement of the program was provision of projects sustainability, that depended not only from the 
proper implementation of the project, but the attitude of the population to the results of the project, 
their feeling of ownership. CAGs where SP is a key element are complemented by the sizeable 
contributions from local governments. There are examples where CAGs raised the motivation of 
governmental officials and as the result other infrastructure projects have been implemented at the 
expense of the communities and local governments without any external funding.  
On May 27 the Mayor of Dushanbe met with NGOs at the initiative of Dushanbe CSSC. The 
Dushanbe Center has been instrumental in changing the climate surrounding social partnership. They 
have created a Coordination Committee with the Mayor, other governmental officials, International 
Organizations, and NGOs. Their role will be to identify socially significant issues, prioritize them and 
find ways to solve them. All committee members confirmed their readiness to provide resources for 
problems solution.  



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