In today’s world of swiftly booming technological advancement, unpredictable customer
preferences and severe competitions, the continued survival and prosperity of organizations,
regardless of their type, is hardly possible without conscious efforts to realign operational
priorities with the demands of the changing environment. Thus, successful achievement of
the fundamental objectives of organizations is highly dependent on their ability to attune their
operational focuses to the realities on the ground.
Cognizant of this fact, Somali regional state capacity building bureau has recently embarked
on an initiative aimed at redefining its major ...view middle of the document...
Following this the team
identified the total human resource of the work load of HRD requires at regional and woreda
level, and the competency required of each performer.
HRD lies at core of capacity building here, the aim is to enhance the capabilities knowledge and
skills of individuals so that they become conscious of their roles and functions in society and
actively participate in the development process. It is achieved by giving individuals the skills,
knowledge and experience (competency) to fulfill their duties. It comprises both formal and
informal training, professional and specialized training, technical and vocational training, on-the-
job and in-service training, seminars, workshops and study tours.
In the new HRD core process the following conditions will be in place:
New employees get training before starting job, when deems important
Requests for training are assessed in light of their relevance to the regional career
After a given training activity, processes will assess the impact reflected in the
employee’s performance (impact assessment)
Training is conducted on the basis of training needs assessment. It should be done when
the needs assessment depicts:
Changes resulting from technological advancement
Newly introduced tasks
1.2. Name of the Process
Somali Regional State Human Resource Development (HRD) core process
1.3. Scope of the process
The SRS capacity building bureau human resource development core process is responsible
for coordinating and managing the training and development of civil servants at regional and
woredas level. The HRD process with responsibilities of coordinating short and long-term
scholarship and regional training and development administration assesses training needs of
regional institutions. Relevant training priorities and/or training strategy concerning the area
of policy may also be developed. Following the established common principles and taking into
account the specific needs of an institution, training is provide to bridge the identified gap, some
state institution is responsible for establishing and developing its own sector specific training
plan aimed at developing specific skills and knowledge required by civil servants working in
specific sector areas that would support continuous training and development of its staff.
1.4. The objective and aim of the HRD process
The objective of human resource development is to ensure continuous conformity of knowledge,
skills and behavior of civil servants with the requirements set to their positions, the needs of
institutions and the development needs of the civil service as a whole
To provide methodologically based HRD system for improving efficiency effectiveness of civil
service in state structures,...