Systems Monitoring Training

Singularities – whether individuals, institutions, laws, or events – seldom work in isolation. They are shaped by circumstances, the external environment, and the behaviour of other stakeholders. Addressing this complexity requires a multi-disciplinary approach that is flexible and rapidly adaptive, ranging from a deep understanding of the interconnected and interdependent systems, to behavioural science to game theory and more. 
To intervene strategically to optimally deploy human, financial, material, and temporal resources, it is necessary to have an ecosystem based systems approach. HRF builds in such an approach into all its interventions, and imparts such training to institutions and individuals.
 This approach takes into account the constitutional architecture and legal ecosystem (Acts, rules, government orders, and policies), the state machinery for execution, enforcement, and monitoring, resource allocation (budgets, personnel, and infrastructure) and redress (administration of justice, the human rights bodies) at the state and union levels.
HRF imparts such training on the following thematic areas:
Scheduled Castes
Scheduled Tribes
The SDG framework, budget analysis, and multi-stakeholder engagement are intrinsic to this approach and are among the key skills and capabilities imparted.