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Project Cycle Management: Strategic Planning, Appraisal, Implementation, and Evaluation

Background

This event is scheduled for August 2006. Exact dates will be posted once confirmed.

The high demand for training in this area was identified in a training needs assessment ADBI undertook in 2005. In response to this demand, the course will focus on:

  • project cycle management as a whole; and
  • renewed methods for project planning, resource allocation, appraisal, implementation, and evaluation.

The proposed courses will be jointly organized by ADBI and the International Development Center (IDC) of Japan.

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Objectives

The workshop aims to:

  • introduce a holistic approach to project cycle management
  • facilitate the strategic planning and resource allocation process
  • introduce renewed methods of project financial/ economic appraisal
  • highlight the challenges and best practices of project implementation
  • strengthen the post evaluation methods for development projects

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Outputs

  • 30-40 well trained policy makers
  • Executive summary of the workshop
  • Proceedings CD-ROM
  • Papers and presentations posted on ADB/ADBI websites

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Participants

Government policymakers from planning, budget, and line agencies. Project managers from government offices are the main target group.

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Language

English (No interpretation will be provided)

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Responsibilities

Each participant is required to participate in every session during the course and prepare an action plan to better manage development projects

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Cosponsors

Asian Institute of Management, ADB, International Development Center of Japan





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