Project Management for NGO’s (In class & Distance Learning (Online))- Hargeisa, Somaliland
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- Post date:18 Oct 2021
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The African Academy for Professionals (AAP) is glad to present a new training on learning Project Management for NGO’s for Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), businesses & public institutions) and individuals interested in these skills.
About the Training
This course explains what good Project Management for NGO’s looks like and gives practical tools and examples for applying PM4NGO’s principles in each phase of the project cycle. This course follows the different phases in the project cycle: understanding the situation, project design, approval and governance, preparation, implementation and monitoring, evaluation and closing the project. The course will provide tools to use in each phase, with examples of how to apply them, using a scenario that we have adapted from a real-life project.
This course is for people working for local grassroots organizations doing emergency relief and development work. It is useful for anyone working on a project, including project managers and field staff. The principles in the course can also be used by leaders as they manage and develop their organization. You can use the course knowledge as a reference point for specific PCM issues, or as a general training manual in project cycle management.
- Introduction- Project Cycle Management
- What is a project?
- How PM4NGO’s is different from Business and agile project management
- Why is it called a project cycle
- The triple constraint
- The PM4NG Phase Model
- Phase 1- Understanding the situation
- Why do we need to understand the situation?
- Collecting information
- Analyzing the situation
- Capacity analysis
- Situation or context analysis
- Stakeholder analysis – identifying stakeholders
- Phase 2- Project Design
- Introduction to design tools and approaches
- Theory of Change
- Log frames
- Project budget
- Stakeholder analysis – influence and involvement.
- Phase 3- Approval and Governance
- Project Approval
- Project Funding
- Project Governance
- Phase 4- Project Preparation (Project Plan)
- Scope and time planning
- Financial planning
- People-related plans
- Supply chain planning
- M&E plan
- Risk response planning
- Planning for beneficiary feedback
- Iterative or rolling wave planning
- Organizing your documents
- Project launch
- Phase 5- Implementation and Monitoring
- Introduction to implementation and monitoring
- Monitoring time: monitoring activities
- Monitoring scope: indicator tracker
- Monitoring cost: financial monitoring
- Monitoring risk during implementation
- Issue management
- Learning and adapting
- People management
- Beneficiary feedback
- Reporting, record-keeping and communication
- Quality assurance
- Phase 6- Evaluation
- Introduction to evaluation
- What is the difference between assessment, monitoring, and evaluation?
- Types of evaluation
- Evaluation questions
- Who should conduct an evaluation?
- Terms of reference
- Stages in conducting an evaluation
- Phase 7- Project Closure
- The importance of the closure phase
- Types of transition
- Tasks at the end of the project
- Reasons why a project might end early
- Sharing and using lessons learnt.
Class: 6 Days (6:30pm – 8:30pm)
Number of Participants: 20 Participant Only (Register Early –>> Click Here )
Class Start & End Date: November
Location Office: Ali Gobannimo Building, 3rd Floor, Togdheer, Hargeisa.
Fee: UN/INGOs: $60.00 G. Institutions/Companies $50.00 Individuals: $40
(Inclusive Trainer Incentive, Refreshment, Papers & Certificates). For groups of 5 and more, 1 will be free.
Bank Account Details
Deposit to Bank: Dahabshiil Bank
Account Name: African Academy for Professionals
Account Number: HRGD75468
Mobile Office: +252634730610/ +252634248947
Registration Link: https://forms.gle/1NeQvqfhV7yAEW2e6
With a Proven experience and highly competent Professional in the field of Project Management for NGO’s. The trainer has a Masters Graduate from the University of Hargeisa (UOH) School of Graduate Studies with Distinctions in Project Planning and Management accompanied by Monitoring and Evaluation. He lectures to a wide range of undergraduate students in the areas of Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation, Entrepreneurship and development courses. Hassan’s background as a senior Programme officer within the INGO sector has provided him with experience in developing and managing multi-sectoral poverty alleviation programmes in Somaliland, the horn and some African countries. Hassan’s work with Spark, Oxfam, SOS and Islamic Relief worldwide provided him strong technical and practical knowledge to apply Project Management at the project and Program levels.
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