INDES Programs are a set of online courses thematically interrelated and frequently interdependent, offered as a cohesive, more comprehensive, and lengthier learning opportunity. Some of our programs are directed at a diverse audience from organizations that work on a same institutional context such as Subnational Governments or public and private entities and agencies linked to regional integration. In most cases, courses that are part of a program might be taken individually, without any commitment to completing the full program.
Implementing more effective interventions to solve development problems, improving public services, using resources efficiently, and managing public agencies effectively have been ongoing concerns for Latin American and Caribbean governments.
Government officials are now paying closer attention to the results obtained by their administrations. Citizens are now demanding not only universal access but also quality in the services that the government provides. To meet this growing demand for public sector effectiveness, governments have formulated new laws, created or modified institutions, and implemented innovative management methodologies and instruments.
The courses under this Program are focused on strengthening the knowledge and skills of development initiatives managers and policy makers to ensure greater effectiveness in public administration performance.
The Program is targeted to professionals managing development interventions (national or subnational public sector, NGOs, corporate responsibility in the private sector, development agencies), and to policy makers and designers of public programs.