Training: “Impact Oriented Project Planning and Monitoring”

Posted on 4 December, 2009 – 12:29 PM

Date: 8th to 10th of March, 2010
Venue: Karl Kübel Institute for Development Education – India

Dear Friends,

We would like to inform you about the above mentioned workshop which we offer at the Karl Kübel Institute for Development Education, Coimbatore (www.kkid.org).

Target group:

Participants from organisations dealing with projects and programmes of development cooperation in all fields being responsible or involved in activities of project cycle management. Knowledge of formalized planning procedures like logframe-planning and the use of project cycle management are appreciated.

Objectives:

  • Participants have a better understanding of the significance of “impact orientation” in the field of development cooperation and for their concrete project work.
  • Participants are in a position to increase the impact of their projects by practicing impact oriented project planning and monitoring.

Contents:

After exploring the significance of impact orientation in development cooperation and for project work the workshop focuses on practical challenges of putting impact orientation into practice. The participants share their experiences with impact orientation in their field of work in order to learn from one another and to identify common difficulties which then again can also be worked on more intensely during the workshop. Project Cycle Management (PCM) and working with Logical Frameworks (Logframes) will shortly be reviewed to lay a common ground for the practical exercises: defining impacts and impact chains, setting up indicators and milestones, designing an appropriate monitoring system and using appropriate monitoring tools. All practical exercises start with a methodological introduction and are being practiced with concrete project examples (case studies). Finally, alternative approaches will shortly be presented and further reading and resources will be recommended and supplied with a CD-ROM to all participants.

The number of participants is limited to 25.

The schedule and the proposed outline are enclosed for your kind information. The workshop language will be English.

The cost per person for the three-days workshop are 21.500 Rs. / 325 Euro incl. food / accommodation, transport from station /airport Coimbatore to KKID and training materials. The costs have to be settled directly with KKID, Coimbatore.

At: http://www.kkid.org/publications.asp you can download information about the recent PCM workshops at KKID (2007 and 2008 course evaluations).

Please register yourself, your colleagues and/or staff until 15.01.2010 latest with:

Mrs. Sabine Beier
Karl Kübel Stiftung für Kind und Familie, Germany
Tel:  0049 (0)6251 7005-22          /           Fax: 0049 (0)6251 7005-65

Due to spam problems we can only accept Online- or Fax-Registration for the Advanced Training. on

Impact Oriented Project Planning and Monitoring. For online or fax registration please go to the link above or to the English homepage of Karl Kübel Stiftung (http://www.kkstiftung.de/13-1-Home.html) and choose the link http://www.kkstiftung.de/index.php?article_id=264&clang=1.

With best wishes and kind regards,

Ralf Tepel

Executive Director Karl Kübel Stiftung für Kind und Familie

64625 Bensheim / Germany

Internet www.kkstiftung.de

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