Ibra: Omani Women’s Associations launches excellence Award in the Governorates of South Al Sharqiyah and North Al Sharqiyah is one of the community initiatives that aims to evaluate and improve the work system in Omani women’s associations through developing the work model for the associations in the administrative, financial, media and operational fields.
Ismail bin Hamad Al-Maamari, head of the Associations and Community Clubs Department at the General Directorate of Social Development in the Governorates of South Al Sharqiyah and North Al Sharqiyah, said that the award comes as a translation of the complementary and participatory work between government and private institutions, as this award is supported by a number of private sector institutions and companies, adding that the idea of the award, which is entering its final stage. By announcing its awards at a ceremony that the directorate will hold soon, it is a competition between participating associations from the two governorates for excellence in work and annual performance based on work plans, financial statements, programmes, initiatives, partnerships, cooperation, the extent of societal impact and other standards that have been developed in order to measure the excellence that it achieves.
He added that the competition passed through four main stages: research and analysis of the challenges and opportunities facing the associations. The meetings were held with the associations through preparatory meetings, workshops, and innovation laboratories to produce the desired outcomes, then the stage of direct workshops for the purpose of knowledge, where intensive specialized workshops were held in the field of building a plan, the business model, how to enable revenue for the association, and the financial statements of revenues, expenses, and cash flow.
He explained that the number of participating associations reached (13) associations from the states of the South Al Sharqiyah and North Al Sharqiyah governorates, and the award extended over a period of six months, during which (8) preparatory workshops were held, including innovation laboratories, and were implemented over a period of two weeks with the participation of (30) participants from the association leaders. With the participation of about (45) participants from the work teams of Omani women’s associations, in addition to that the local added value of the award reached (56) percent of the total cost of the project, and included the provision of services from local suppliers in publications, media and marketing, nutrition and hospitality, consulting and training, Logistics and accommodation.
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