About the Course
The short course on Project Planning and Management is primarily designed to address the growing demand for designing and sustaining development projects / programmes in the government ministries, agencies, development partners’ supported projects, and the Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs). The module gives the rationale, context, and methods of planning and appraising development projects / programmes.
Planning of development projects and programmes is essential when attempting to allocate limited resources for specific development purposes as effectively as possible, and a core part of the module is on methods for appraising the financial and economic efficiency of development projects. These methods of appraisal are informed by economic theories and, in particular, those of applied welfare economics.
While the module emphasizes financial and economic efficiency, other important issues in project design, such as planning and management techniques for the project cycle; including problem analysis, stakeholders analysis, objectives and strategy analysis, project identification and logical framework analysis, operational planning, approaches for social, ecological and environmental appraisal of development projects and gender mainstreaming in project planning, are also covered.
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