* 3-day Residential Training for NGOs Finance Management, Budgetary Control and Taxation from 16th -18th May 2023     * 3-day Residential Training for NGOs Improving Visibility and Building Credibility from 03rd – 05th May, 2023     * 3 day workshop on “Baseline Survey, Research and Data Analysis” from 11th -13th April 2023     * KKID Training Calendar – Season – I – January – June 2023     * Workshop on “Fundraising Strategies for NGOs” from 21st – 23rd March 2023 at KKID     * Three day Webinar on ” Do No Harm Approach and BMZ Guidelines” from 16th – 18th May 2023     * Three day webinar on ” You have become a MEAL Officer” from 9th – 11th May 2023     * Weltwärts Volunteer Programme: Sharing of Experiences     * Three day Workshop on “Financial Administration and Risk Management” from 19th April 2023 to 21st April 2023 at KKID     * KKID Virtual Initiatives ….. 2020 onwards     * Points to Ponder – FCRA Account in SBI-NDMB     * Publication in Academic Journals     * Are you interested to associate with KKID for conduct of Project Evaluation? Please send your details to info@kkid.org     * “KKID emphasizes on an OD approach to Programmes”, read attachment for details…….     * Are you interested in pursuing a career in Training ? Please send your details to kkfjobs@gmail.com.Those who have already applied, need not apply)….     * KKID’s Initiative on Capacity Building of Sanitary Workers of CMC on Solid Waste Management….     * you can register your areas of expertise to join us     * The Impact Tool Box – NGO IDEAs….     * Hello can we reflect?    

Coordination of Projects Funded by KKS

Karl Kübel Foundation for Child and Family (KKF), India, monitors and coordinates development projects – across the length and breadth of the country supported and funded by Karl Kübel Stiftung für Kind and Familie (KKS), Germany. The projects coordination office is head quartered at Karl Kübel Institute for Development Education (KKID), Coimbatore.

We work together in empowering people to take responsibility for their lives and participate in the decision-making processes about their social, political and economical future actively.

KKS aims to satisfy their basic needs, to preserve common forms of living within the family and community and to protect their natural environment. In our projects, we are supporting the following activities, aiming at a comprehensive, holistic and sustainable development process in rural areas:

    • Awareness generation and organisation of the target Groups
    • Non-formal education
    • Preventive and curative activities in the field of health Promotion
    • Agriculture and preservation of natural resources
    • Income-Generation
    • Construction of low-cost houses/latrines
 Preventive character

The programmes in general do have preventive character. Regarding the regional concentration, KKS do have a clear focus for the most deserving areas in the central and north-eastern parts of India.

Exclusive and experienced Indian staff manage the co-ordination of KKS projects. The main coordination office is in Coimbatore, working closely with the coordination team. In consultation with KKS, the team assists the project partners in an advisory capacity, on a regular basis on project planning, reporting and accounting matters. Furthermore, the co-ordination staff are responsible for establishing the initial contacts with new project applicants and for selecting and recommending new partner organisations.