Project Cycle Management & Capacity Development 25 - 28 August 2008

"A very useful course commented the participants! Many options for application and the reference material is great! We know now what models and methods which are best applicable for our field work!"

Members from ICCO, Zending Gereformeerde Gemeenten, De Verre Naasten, Gereformeerde Zendingsbond and Stichting Kapini, and Kawempe Youth Centre followed from 25th - 28th August 2008 a 4-day training in Project Cycle Management/ Logical framework, capacity development and facilitation. Participants learned on how to develop a project and project proposal, how to initiate an organisational analysis and how to contribute towards organisational strengthening. On the last day the participants gained facilitation skills and led a number of workshops and received feedback. This training was hosted by the Hendrik Kraemer Institute in Utrecht.

Some highlights for the course were the issues on capacity development, the pitholes and the challenges and the various examples Simon Koolwijk gave from Eastern Europe and Africa, where the facilitated and guided many local organisations. The course is definetely one to be recommended, commented the participants.


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