Since the IDT’s transformation from a grant-disbursing organization to a programme implementing agency in 1999, the organisation adopted a Decentralized Service Delivery Model (SDM) for the delivery of its core business whilst a centralized services approach was adopted for the Support Services. This entailed regional offices assuming a greater responsibility for programme delivery, with technical support provided by the national office.
In recent times the IDT has revisited its core business delivery model with a view to bringing focus on social infrastructure, strengthening regional offices delivery and governance capacity as well as streamlining national unit for better support.
The organisation’s national core business operations is sub-divided into Development Services Unit (DSU), Regional Operations Coordination Unit (ROCU) and Information Management and Monitoring and Evaluation (IM, M&E) all under the Chief Operations Officer.
OUR CORE BUSINESS
Our core business is the provision of programme management services with reference to the delivery of:
|Social Infrastructure Programmes
||Social Development Programmes