The WHY in Development Project Planning Workshop

Who Should Attend

While we plan a relief and development project, we focus on what we want to achieve and how to achieve that (mostly). This is good and necessary. However, it is the “Why” we do something that determines the end result.  The right approach will ensure that each project is contributing to the organization mission.
We come up with this course to address the “research-based” needs of development workers and managers to further help their project planning skills. This comprehensive five-day training workshop will ensure the participants gain a change in their performance and not only some useful information

·   Biases of rural development
·   Relating projects to Problems/Needs they are designed to address
·   Approaches for active stakeholder involvement
·   Problem identification in social development projects (Problem Tree)
·   The SMART objective setting process (Objective Tree)
·   LFA and its complete definitions and use
The PCM contribution to overall program goals

·   Definition of a problem/need in relief and development
·   Biases of rural development
·   The “Why”, “What” and “How” in development project
·   The cause and effect
·   The problem tree
·   Using identified problems to set objectives
·   SMART Objectives
·   What is the Objective Tree
·   Setting Project Goal and Objectives
·   The LFA
·   Using LFA for project planning
·   Logical Framework Matrix and its content
·   Intervention Logic
·   Indicators, Source/Means of Verification
·   Assumptions
·   Practical Work on Project Scenarios
·   Cost estimation and Pre-conditions for a project
·   Group Presentation on Project Cases
·   The proper use of LFA in monitoring and evaluation

Team leaders, NGO directors and project managers.

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