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April 2014

Project planning using a logical framework approach

DatesWed 23 April 2014 - Thu 24 April 2014
Types
  • Training
Cost0.00 - Discounted rates available for smaller organisations, individuals and Bond members.
VenueKings Cross, Central London
Websitehttp://www.bond.org.uk/learning-and-training.php/a0E4000000AziYHEAZ/project-planning-using-a-logical-framework-approach
Contact NameThomas Bolsin

A logical framework approach can encourage transparency and flexibility in planning a project with stakeholders. It is a powerful way to focus ideas, coordinate resources and pinpoint future difficulties and opportunities. This course enables you to understand both the approach and the central importance of applying it in a participatory way in your work.

Who's it for?
People who are new to using the logical framework approach to plan and develop projects.

May 2014

Project budgeting essentials

DatesThu 8 May 2014 - Thu 8 May 2014
Types
  • Workshop
Cost0.00 - Graded fee structure - discounted rates available for smaller organisations, individuals, and Bond members. Please see website for full details.
VenueKings Cross, London
Websitehttp://www.bond.org.uk/learning-and-training.php/a0E4000000uFuJDEA0/project-budgeting-essentials
Contact NameThomas Bolsin

Using practical examples, learn how to plan, develop, monitor and report on a budget for funding proposals and projects, keep track of grants from multiple donors and monitor your cash flow.

Who's it for?
People new to budgeting or using and understanding financial information.

Learn:
• why good budgeting is good development
• to plan, monitor and report against your budget
• a structured method for managing funding

A zero tolerance approach to bribery (ZT0)

DatesMon 12 May 2014 - Mon 12 May 2014
Types
  • Workshop
Cost0.00 - Fees vary - see link
VenueLondon, United Kingdom
Websitewww.mango.org.uk/IZT0
Contact NameMango Training

This one-day course is aimed at NGO leaders, policy-makers and those responsible for implementing a zero-tolerance approach to bribery in their operations. The workshop looks at how to develop a zero-tolerance strategy and approach to bribery across field operations and supporting functions. It also covers techniques to safely resist and avoid paying bribes.

Effective governance in INGOs

DatesTue 13 May 2014 - Wed 14 May 2014
Types
  • Training
Cost0.00 - Graded fee structure - discounted rates available for smaller organisations, individuals, and Bond members. Please see website for full details.
VenueKings Cross, London
Websitehttp://www.bond.org.uk/learning-and-training.php/a0E40000013CF3YEAW/effective-governance-in-ingos
Contact NameThomas Bolsin

This course explores different perspectives on what good governance looks and feels like. It explores different approaches and looks at practical tools and resources you can use, depending on your circumstances.

The emphasis is on building on your existing knowledge and experience. It will give you space to consider how to adapt your learning to your particular context. You will work with fellow participants on real governance challenges that you face.

Gender Analysis and Planning - May 2014

DatesMon 19 May 2014 - Wed 21 May 2014
Types
  • INTRAC training
ProviderINTRAC
Cost745.00 - £GBP (*residential)
595.00 - £GBP (**non-residential)
VenueOxford, UK

Development planners and NGOs are increasingly committed to incorporating a gender perspective into their programmes. However, many face challenges in its practical and systematic application to their work. This course will enable you to effectively and systematically analyse contexts and plan development and humanitarian programmes from a gender equality perspective.

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