ACODEV is engaging CSOs' leaders to discuss their strategic direction in securing resources for their development agenda using the Grassroots Forward fund approach

Africa Center for Leadership Development-(ACLED) is an institutional capacity strengthening entity established by ACODEV. The center was established  in 2012 to become a one stop center in the region for enhancing Leadership and Management capacity among public and private sector leaders. We believe that effective Leadership and management practices are key to ensuring organizational performance and delivery of quality services to the people. Our capacity building model accelerates development strategies and business results for public and private sectors by unlocking the leadership potential of individuals and organizations in east and southern Africa. We target leaders, managers and institutions from the sectors not limited to Health, Education, and Agriculture, profit and nonprofit institutions and graduates from higher institutions of learning.

Why ACLED?

  • To strengthen the leadership and management knowledge and skills of leaders and managers from both public and private institutions through offering training, coaching and mentoring.
  • To develop the leadership potential for managers and leaders of both public and private institutions in east and southern Africa to enable them deliver quality services and products to their clients.
  • To implement an innovative leadership program for new graduates to enhance their capacity to face challenges and drive social change as they take on employment placements
  • To promote effective learning and collaboration among leaders from east and southern Africa through research, annual leadership forums, e-newsletter, exchanges and best practice documentation

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