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Catherine Murnin, Programme Manager, reflects on the Elevate journey so far…

30 October 2019

“With the Elevate programme running now for just under six months, there has already been much learning and much to juggle! Progress has, however, been continuous in bringing forward the four elements of Elevate – the Portal, the Capacity Building Training Programme, the Mentoring & Grants Programme and the Community Development Outcomes Framework.

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Elevate – a new programme of support for community, voluntary and public sectors

5 September 2019

Elevate – a new programme of support for community, voluntary and public sectors

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The Elevate Programme – developing skills in your community

24 July 2019

Catherine Murnin, newly appointed Programme Manager, updates us on the progress to date…

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Welcome to Elevate…

23 May 2019

Welcome to Elevate, a new Capacity Building Programme for Northern Ireland which has something to offer everyone. You may wish to deepen and improve your community development practice or find out more about health inequalities or perhaps you would like to strengthen your connections with other people who work in the same area.

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About Elevate NI

The new Elevate Programme – working together to build healthier communities

10 April 2019

CDHN recently won the Public Health Agency contract to deliver the Community Development Capacity Building Programme.

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Expansion of Community Development Approaches Conference

27 March 2019

The PHA co-hosted its bi-annual conference for stakeholders with CDHN at Craigavon Civic Centre on the theme ‘Expansion of Community Development Approaches’.

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Transformation Implementation Group Community Development Capacity Building Tender Awarded to CDHN

1 March 2019

CDHN is delighted to have won the tender for delivery of a Community Development Capacity Building Programme to the value of £390,000.