OUR SERVICES & APPROACH
We work on many complex challenges and partner with state, civil society, academia, and the private sector across multiple cultures and in a number of countries. We work with individuals, teams, groups and communities.
We use innovative, creative and constructive methods to deliver actionable, measurable solutions and improvements, and make use of a train the trainer approach to enable the development of new champions for the work we undertake.
Learning Journeys – participants get practical first hand experience in understanding and addressing some of the complex social realities.
Coaching – we support clients in achieving their personal and professional goals and in making a sustainable difference to their quality of life.
Training – clients are offered tailor made capacity building courses
Process Facilitation – we design and facilitate customised workshops and events using creative methods
Participatory Action Research – We work with clients in addressing social issues through collective enquiry, engagement and action
Community Development – We facilitate the coming together of diverse stakeholders to unlock negative social situations
We believe in Engaging with and Valuing all Abilities based upon on moral, human rights and social justice principles.
Bearing in mind that every challenge is different but not unique, we can offer an insight to help you make the break through you have been looking for. We will provide the fresh independent pair of eyes to look objectively at your current challenges and work with you to develop and implement the tools to achieve your desired results.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT
At Efficacy E.V.A. we understand that people are not just their age, disability, gender, economic status, health status, marital status, nationality, race, religion or sexuality. We also understand the importance of:
Physical security – freedom from violence and physical, emotional or sexual abuse
Health – well-being in body and mind and access to high quality health care
Education – being able to be creative, to acquire skills and/or qualifications and having access to training and lifelong learning.
Standard of living – being able to live the life one desires
Participation, influence and voice – contributing to decision-making and democratic life
Identity, expression and self-respect