Developing project idea into project proposal
Who can participate: Belarusian non-profit organisations implementing international projects and programmes and their partners from different sectors
Why: Have you already prepared projects for the European Commission’s calls for proposals? Have you seen the logical framework matrices and felt that preparing one is a mission impossible for your organisation? Have you experienced difficulties with strategy selection or difficulty with development of a necessary monitoring and evaluation plan for your project? These and other similar issues will be explained in a nutshell to help you prepare and implement successful projects of your own.
The training will be focused on the Project Cycle Management - a methodology for the preparation, implementation and evaluation of projects and programmes based on the principles of the Logical Framework Approach. Invited trainers and the team of project consultants will equip you with the effective tools to prepare quality project proposals with all necessary project planning and implementation phases:
- Situation analysis
- Problem and stakeholder analysis, strategy selection, development of logic and clarification of expected benefits,
- Evaluation of institutional opportunities, feasibility and sustainability;
- Activity and resource planning;
- Tracking of the achieved progress;
- Evaluation of the achieved results;
- Ensuring sustainability among other issues.
Are you motivated to increase your competences in the above areas? Please register for the participation before 18 June sending your application form at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Clearing House project is implemented by the Office for a Democratic Belarus in partnership with the Office for European Expertise and Communication and is funded by the European Union.
Trainers: Georgi Baranets, Clearing House Consultants: Olga Khabibulina, Lena Durbek, Katerina Borsuk
The event organized as part of the project implemented by the Office for a Democratic Belarus in partnership with the Office for European Expertise and Communication and is funded by the European Union.