Frontier i consult understands that one of your challenges working in a developing economy like Ethiopia is shortage of skilled workforce, which can be developed through training. Hence, we are determined to expand our well-established foundation in the area and excel in research and consultancy services in training and capacity building. You can rely on our training services because we are equipped with more than ten years of experience in providing various forms of training and worked with highly educated and widely experienced experts and partner firms. From the long list of our experience below, you get the impression that our services are unsurpassed by any other firm in the country that we are able to work with governmental, nongovernmental, bilateral and multilateral organizations that do not compromise quality:
  • 1. Information Meetings on the Enhanced Outreach Strategy/ Community Health Days (EOS/ CHD) and Increased Supervision of the Screening Quality in Ethiopia, UNICEF Ethiopia.

    The main objective of the project was to improve the quality of nutrition screening data taken by health extension workers during the EOS/CHD by ensuring adequate supervision and information on the EOS/TSF program. This entailed organizing, together with the RHB, a series of information meetings/ training at regional, zonal, and woreda levels on the importance of ensuring high quality of screening and the consequences of not achieving this; conducting spot-check supervisory visits of the EOS/CHD to monitor the quality of the screening, and finally assist the Regional Health Bureaus (RHB) in the preparation of micro plans and cascade training from region to woreda. The assignment covered all EOS/ CHD woredas in Ethiopia, from which 30 percent of kebeles each were selected and included in the supervision.

  • 2. Financial Management and Control.

    Pro Development Network (PDN). The main objective of the training program was to equip the senior staff members of NGOs with a sound understanding of financial management so as to enable them make informed financial decisions. More specifically, at the end of the training, participants should be able to: Identify the guiding principles and tools of financial management, the concepts of financial accounting, management accounting and financial planning and control, develop relevant systems for safeguarding their organization’s assets, appreciate the role of auditing and how it contributes to management information systems, control, and decision making, apply the skill required to prepare and interpret different types of financial reports

  • 3. Provision of Training of Trainer on Supply Chain, WFP.

    The main objective of the assignment was to build the capacity of new FDAs and raising the awareness of key stakeholders. The participants were Kebele Chair Persons, Woreda Focal Persons, People Working on Early Warning, Health Extension Workers. The training comprises expectations & learning contracts, food receipts, definitions, unloadings, procedures and formats used, food safety and handling, store management, personal hygiene and environmental health and recording, food distribution, definitions, procedures and supervision/control, transport & related issues, introducing all formats & bills to be used in the receipt and handling and distribution of commodities, as well as the reporting formats

  • 4. Provision of Project Cycle Management Training: Pro Development Network (PDN).

    This course introduced the principal concepts, methods and practical tasks involved in the planning and implementation of development projects. The overall intent was to help anyone who was involved with project work to become knowledgeable and effective in their thinking and actions. The particular emphasis was on successful project implementation.