The District Training Resource Centre was created within the framework of the EU-funded project ‘Co-creating social development and good governance: fostering cooperation between CSOs and government authorities for better social services’, and is being implemented jointly by ACTED and CEPA. This resource centre is the result of the collaboration between ACTED and the Mullaithivu District Secretariat. It aims at becoming a technical knowledge platform on organizational and institutional development for Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in Mullaitivu District.

After taking part in institutional development trainings organized by ACTED, 35 selected government officials of the District Secretariat (29 male and 6 female) are now members of an expert pool of master trainers that is building the capacity of grassroots organizations in the district. These master trainers are providing trainings on the following institutional development areas: Project Cycle Management, community mobilization and information technology, among others. New government officials willing to register as members of the expert’s pool can do it by clicking on the following link:

The District Training Resource Centre of Mullaitivu is responsible for:

The District Training Resource Centre was officially established in an introductory meeting, held on the 8th of May 2017 in the District Secretariat, bringing numerous district and DS-level authorities and the resource persons together. To support the activities of the resource centre, a space was specifically allocated to it within the facilities of the Mullaitivu District Secretariat, while ACTED provided several assets and office equipment to the Centre


District Secretary