Linkage & Networking
Linkage and Networking
The essence of putting the MSAC as the advisory body of the LGRRC is the establishment of wide linkage and vast networks of technical service providers on Local Governance. The DILG recognizes that no individual organization, lest the department, holds monopoly of knowledge needed to effect positive changes in local governments. In addition, the creation of LGRRC is very emphatic on the importance of these linkages and network to fully complement the needs of local government units in harnessing manpower potentials and widen various capacities of the LGUs, as an institution.
Linkage and networking is essential component of LGRRC because it provides synergies for the interventions to build upon from a point of advantage and from a point of strength. Linkage and networking is defined as forming a formal or informal partnership and ties with other organizations in different areas of mutual benefits and interest. For LGRRC, the convergence area is transforming LGUs to become effective in Local Governance.
- Brokering Services
- Referral Services
- Partnership and Linkages Services
- Partnership Agreements Assistance
- Facilitate network building with CSO partner, LRIs, foreign donors and other institution;
- Develop directory of experts/ local resource institutes;
- Link with MSAC members/ partners agencies on LGRRC activities;
- Lead in brokering programs/ projects with appropriate concerned agencies