LTC DANILO E ESTRAÑERO (FA) PA, the Assistant General Manager of AFPEBSO, conducted a one-day training on Stakeholders’ Engagement (SEn) on 29 January 2013 at AFPEBSO Board Room attended by eighteen (18) AFPEBSO military personnel and civilian staff.

The training was held as part of AFPEBSO’s effort to improve its organization’s system and procedures thereby hastening its service delivery to soldiers’ orphans. Generally, the SEn Training encompassed the planning, execution and assessment processes of AFPEBSO’s stakeholder engagement contributory to its mission accomplishment. Specifically, the training focused on the Five Steps in SEn Planning: Mission Analysis, Stakeholders’ Identification, Stakeholders’ Analysis, Selection of Engagement Approach and Planning for Assessment. Working on their assigned contexts, the participants also learned to apply the appropriate tools for each step of the SEn Planning Process.

The participants actively took part on the workshops and discussions all through out the day. The training ended at 1600H.

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