CRIDOC believes in the principle of networking. The organisation believes that there can never be a meaningful development without meaningful information and skills exchange mechanism. That is why CRIDOC facilitates workshops, seminars and training for its partners, and bring various stakeholders together to share experiences on issues affecting them and children. Key activities implemented under the Training, Capacity Building and Networking Programme include:
o In March 2011, CRIDOC in collaboration with the Youth and Child Rights Shield (YOCRIS) carried out District Awareness Campaigns in Dedza on the Child Care, Protection and Justice Act (2010) under the umbrella of the NGO Coalition on Child Rights (NGOCCR).
o CRIDOC facilitated a series of workshops in May 2008 for the Young Advocates for the Advancement of ICT-Related Development (Y.A.A.ICT-D) on “Building Capacities within Y.A.A.ICT-D Structures/Partners to Provide Spaces for Rural Masses on National Issues.” The workshops took place in Mchinji, Kasungu and Dowa, respectively.
o In 2008, CRIDOC facilitated media workshops on reporting child trafficking organized under the Malawi Network Against Child Trafficking