Aiming to get a picture about capacities of CSOs that are members of SEE Heritage Network, in order to realize where are the individual members' weak points and what is needed to improve their work and to realize their, as well as Network's mission, the Network Secretariat performed a Questionnaire on the Network capacity building. The member organizations were asked to answer the following questions: "What kind of capacity building trainings have your CSO received in the past?" and "What skills/ knowledge you think that your CSO is missing and which topics do you think would be most useful for your CSO?"

The following table summarizes the research preliminary results:

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Training topics

Number of NGOs that already passed the training

Number of NGOs that think that training topics would be useful

Writing project proposals including LFA logical framework methodology

5

3

Writing project proposals – with specific focus on IPA funds

4

6

Project cycle management (aiming at organized approach of planning, realization and successful implementation of NGOs projects)

4

4

Strategy building & strategic planning (aiming at building strategic approach and planned performance of the NGOs)

4

5

Fundraising (aiming at improvement of methodologies & involving new approaches for finding financial and other sources for realization of NGOs mission)

4

4

Organizational strengthening and institutional development (aiming to improve the management and operational capacity of NGOs)

4

4

Public relations (aiming at improvement of the relations with the interested target groups and building good image of NGOs)

6

1

Networking (aiming at development of the stakeholders/ interested parties to effective and efficient merge their resources for gathering their common aims)

3

6

Volunteerism (aiming to improve the development and management of volunteer programs - strategies for recruiting, training, and utilizing volunteers)

5

4

Advocacy and lobbying (aiming at gathering new skills for realization of NGOs mission)

5

3

Other (please describe)

Sustainability of CSOs working in heritage

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Serbia: Civic Association SUBURBIUM

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