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    Country: Jordan
    Organization: RedR UK
    Registration deadline: 05 Oct 2015
    Starting date: 06 Oct 2015
    Ending date: 08 Oct 2015

    About the course

    Proposal and report writing serve important functions in humanitarian agencies and are common and necessary tasks for staff in various levels and roles throughout the organisation. Nevertheless, writing proposals and reports can be challenging. The ability of NGOs to deliver aid depends upon their access to funds, which is ultimately dependent on the quality of project proposals. Reports must analyze the information that is presented, draw consistent conclusions, and make sensible and practical recommendations, otherwise they risk falling short of their objective.

    It is essential for the operation of humanitarian programmes that organisations have the capacity to design, write and deliver high quality project proposals and reports. This three-day course will focus on aspects what make proposals effective and successful and will introduce participants to best practices in proposal writing, developing their efficacy in writing, presenting and defending proposals. It will also cover report writing and will equip you with skills and techniques to write clear and engaging reports that encourage the reader to take action on your recommendations.

    Course content

    • Elements of proposals and reports: structure and components
    • Tools for planning and preparation
    • Formal and informal reporting
    • Identifying proposal purpose and understanding donor requirements
    • Writing skills, including language, layout, format, structure, flow and finishing
    • Common mistakes and best practices

    Who should attend?

    This course is aimed at programme officers, managers, and other humanitarian staff whose roles involve producing proposal and reports for their organisation.


    How to register:

    To book your place, please use this link http://redr.force.com/trainingbooking_if?cn=ME150304+Proposal+And+Report+Writing


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    Country: Jordan
    Organization: RedR UK
    Registration deadline: 12 Sep 2015
    Starting date: 13 Sep 2015
    Ending date: 15 Sep 2015

    About the course

    Improving the quality of humanitarian practice and ensuring the effectiveness of responses to complex emergencies is a key aim shared by humanitarian agencies. Thus, monitoring and evaluation are essential activities for any project or programme. Careful monitoring of progress against targets allows timely changes to be made to maximise impact. Evaluation ensures accountability to all parties concerned, and allows learning to be carried through to future interventions.

    This course aims to develop the competencies needed to monitor and evaluate interventions in humanitarian and development contexts. Through proactive and participatory activities, this course aims to instil a solid understanding of appropriate monitoring and evaluation tools as well as the ability to apply these tools in practice.

    Course content

    • Evidence Based Programming
    • The importance of information and knowledge in programming decision making
    • The main principles and techniques of M&E
    • Stakeholders requirements in regard to M&E
    • Improving programmes utilising M&E results
    • Strengthening the capacities of programme staff
    • Assessing current M&E systems, identifying gaps and addressing them
    • Address the challenges in planning for and implementing M&E systems in the Middle East

    Who should attend?

    This course is aimed specifically at programme officers, managers, coordinators, M&E officers, and supervisors who are involved or participate in monitoring and evaluation activities and want to further improve their monitoring and evaluation abilities and their M&E system.


    How to register:

    To book your place, please use this link https://redr.secure.force.com/trainingbooking_if?cn=ME150301+Monitoring+And+Evaluation


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    Country: Pakistan
    Organization: RedR UK
    Registration deadline: 02 Oct 2015
    Starting date: 05 Oct 2015
    Ending date: 09 Oct 2015

    Evidence shows that, in the event of a disaster, the education sector is one of the hardest hit. In Pakistan, not only have all major disasters greatly affected school children and school buildings, but also internal conflicts and direct attacks on schools have made them more vulnerable.

    In addition, evidence also shows that education policy and programming that only focus on technical solutions is not able to address the challenges found in conflict-affected and fragile contexts adequately. It is, therefore, crucial that all humanitarian, development and educational programmes respond to the context and the dynamics of conflict by being conflict sensitive. The empowerment of education stakeholders through knowledge and skills development can ultimately reduce their vulnerability.

    The course draws on conflict sensitive education training developed by the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE), adapted to suit the local context of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It also includes basic principles of school security management, conflict sensitive education and advanced level psycho-social support. The module is run as a five-day intensive workshop involving group work, presentations and brainstorming.

    Course content

    ·School safety framework

    ·School safety & security management taskforce roles and responsibilities

    ·School security management strategies

    ·Crisis planning and management

    ·Emergency response

    ·Education in hostile environments

    ·Working with conflict-affected children

    ·Stress management activities

    ·Understanding INEE standards

    ·Conflict-sensitive education strategies

    ·Teacher skills & knowledge in psycho-social support

    Who should attend?

    This course is appropriate for professionals and organisations working in the education sector and operating in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, particularly in the Malakand division.

    Language

    English, Urdu and Pushto.

    Cost per person

    2000/-PKR per course (Commitment fee)

    This Course is non-residential. The participants have to arrange their boarding and lodging.


    How to register:

    In order to register for the course please see the link below

    https://www.redr.org.uk//en/Training-and-more/participant-info/book-a-pl...

    Please click here to view our cancellation policy.


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    Country: Pakistan
    Organization: RedR UK
    Registration deadline: 06 Nov 2015
    Starting date: 25 Nov 2015
    Ending date: 27 Nov 2015

    About the course:

    Proposal and report writing serve important functions in humanitarian agencies and are common and necessary tasks for staff in various levels and roles throughout the organisation. Nevertheless, writing proposals and reports can be challenging. The ability of NGOs to deliver aid is dependent on their access to funds, and the quality of project proposals determines whether or not funds are ultimately received. Reports must analyze the information that is presented, draw consistent conclusions, and make sensible and practical recommendations, otherwise they risk falling short of their objective.

    It is essential for the operation of humanitarian programmes that organisations have the capacity to design, write and deliver high quality project proposals and reports. This three-day course will focus on aspects what make proposals effective and successful and will introduce participants to best practices in proposal writing and help them to develop the knowledge and skills needed to improve their efficacy in writing, presenting and defending proposals. It will also cover report writing and will equip you with skills and techniques to write clear and engaging reports that encourage the reader to take action on your recommendations.

    What does the course cover?

    • Elements of proposals and reports: structure and components
    • Tools for planning and preparation
    • Formal and informal reporting
    • Identifying proposal purpose and understanding donor requirements
    • Writing skills, including language, layout, format, structure, flow and finishing
    • Common mistakes and best practices

    By the end of the course you will be able to:

    • List the components of a proposal and organise them in a logical flow
    • Explain what makes proposals effective
    • Use tools, such as the log frame, to design proposals with clear logic
    • Adapt proposals to fit donor requirements, preferences and guidelines
    • Write clear proposals using appropriate language, layout, format and structure
    • Produce effective reports
    • Identify common problems in reporting, learning concepts and principles on writing reports
    • Tailor a report to a target audience

    Language:

    Available in English & Urdu.

    Cost:

    Prices given represent the total cost per person, including government taxes.
    NGOs/Government Ministries: 21,600 PKR

    UN Agencies, Foreign Missions, INGOs, Foreign Affiliated Government Ministries: 28,700 PKR

    For further information please contact our training team on pakistan@redr.org.uk


    How to register:

    In order to register for the course please see the link below

    https://www.redr.org.uk//en/Training-and-more/participant-info/book-a-pl...

    Please click here to view our cancellation policy.


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    Country: Pakistan
    Organization: RedR UK
    Registration deadline: 06 Nov 2015
    Starting date: 23 Nov 2015
    Ending date: 24 Nov 2015

    About the course:

    Improving the quality of humanitarian practice and ensuring the effectiveness of responses to complex emergencies is a key aim shared by humanitarian agencies. Thus, monitoring and evaluation are essential activities for any project or programme. Careful monitoring of progress against targets allows timely changes to be made to maximise impact. Evaluation ensures accountability to all parties concerned, and allows learning to be carried through to future interventions. This course aims to develop the competencies needed to monitor and evaluate interventions in humanitarian and development contexts. Through proactive and participatory activities, this course aims to instill a solid understanding of appropriate monitoring and evaluation tools as well as the ability to apply these tools in practice.

    What does the course cover?

    • Monitoring programme activities
    • Planning required interventions
    • Evaluating programme impact
    • Using appropriate tools and methods
    • Designing M&E plans

    By the end of the course you will be able to:

    • Define monitoring and evaluation and differentiate between the two
    • Demonstrate the essential skills and confidence to monitor programme activities
    • Plan required interventions and evaluate programme impact using appropriate tools and methods
    • List at least 3 tools used in M&E
    • Design a M&E plan
    • Analyze data & identify gaps (and deviations from plan)
    • Suggest appropriate actions based on identified gaps
    • Evaluate programmes to check if the outcomes and goals are being met

    Who should attend?

    This course is aimed specifically at programme officers, managers, coordinators, M&E officers, and supervisors who are involved or participate in monitoring and evaluation activities and want to further improve their monitoring and evaluation abilities and their M&E system.

    Language:

    Available in English & Urdu.

    Cost:

    The prices given represent the total cost per person, including government taxes.

    NGOs/Government Ministries: 14,400 PKR

    UN Agencies, Foreign Missions, INGO's, Foreign Affiliated Government Ministries: 19,200 PKR

    For further information please contact our training team on pakistan@redr.org.uk


    How to register:

    In order to register for the course please see the link below

    https://www.redr.org.uk//en/Training-and-more/participant-info/book-a-pl...

    Please click here to view our cancellation policy.


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