The Capacity Development process involves various stages, shown in the side menu of this page:
UNDP’s role is to help facilitate the process, make tools and guidance available to the stakeholders and to support the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the capacity development plan.
Factors determining the success of a capacity development programme are very dependent on the culture, context, and circumstances of the country, organisation, and individuals involved.
Capacity development efforts can be hampered by the absence of a supportive legal and policy environment, both in the functional capacity areas and in support of relevant disease technical areas. Without such strategies, laws, policies and technical papers in place, management decisions and actions may not be as focused as necessary to coordinate partners and manage broad capacity development efforts.
Further information is available on the Critical Enablers Page
Extensive resources for Key Populations and Strengthening Legal Environments are available on the Resources Page