Zoom-Web-Training at November 25: 13 – 16 hrs Indian time (IST)
In the last years, the expectation that development projects focus more on their impacts (rather than just the smooth implementation of the project measures) has risen dramatically. Organisations and project staff struggle with high expectations to prove "impact" and with a multitude of definitions, concepts, and tools on the market. They face with questions such as:
This Zoom-Web-Training "How to plan a project with Theory of Change" at November 25, 13 – 16 hrs Indian time (IST), will answer the above questions, and specifically, will enhance your ability to plan systematically in an impact-oriented way.
What will you learn in this workshop?
By the end of this workshop, you will know how to:
Who is this workshop for:
Participants shall be 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 log frame-planning and the use of project cycle management is neither required nor will be taught.
Exploring the significance of impact orientation in development cooperation and project work will lay a common ground. Then the workshop focuses on practical challenges of developing a Theory of Change step by step. When possible, inter-active methods will be used.
At the end you will receive the presentation shown and links as reference materials.
As the workshop language is English, it is necessary that all participants are fluent in the same.
Beate Holthusen, M.A. in Economics & Socioeconomics, German
She worked for more than 25 years as a development consultant, process advisor, trainer, and moderator. Ms. Holthusen has conducted training in Results-Based Management / Impact Orientation to NGO project staff in several countries in Asia (e.g. India, Nepal, Indonesia, Viet Nam), Africa and Latin America.
Malathi K.S, Ph. D in Sociology (Social Network Analysis), Manager, Karl Kübel Foundation, India. She has been a trainer, evaluator, and a researcher for over 15 years, apart from being a co-facilitator for over 30 international workshops on Impact Orientation. She brings in target-specific discussions on women, children, volunteers, community organisations and, pedagogies on SDGs.
Registration and organisational details:
The cost per person for the Zoom-Web-Training is: 3.200 Rs. (incl. 18% GST) / 40 Euro
Registration will be made online. Your registration will be confirmed by mail soon after it has reached us.
Registration Deadline will be October 15, 2020.
Looking forward to welcome you in our Zoom-Web-Training!
Payment for Non-Indians will be made online. You will receive your confirmation and invoice soon after.
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