Agricultural Project Planning And Management In Developing Countries
2KO Africa offers onsite training in Agricultural Project Planning And Management In Developing Countries anywhere in Africa.
- Identify and explain key points in agricultural project planning.
- Demonstrate tools useful for agricultural project planning.
- Introduce central issues and principles of managing agricultural projects and programmes in the rural developing world, and in particular to demonstrate the perspectives of the contingency school of management.
- Make participants aware of the skills involved in managing some typical procedures, in particular those of budgeting and procurement.
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Program Key Features
- The project planning cycle and issues arising in project identification;
- The use of the ‘logical framework’ project planning tool;
- Scheduling; The basics of monitoring and evaluation.
- That managing projects in rural areas of developing countries may call for different management approaches than those used by managers in large businesses or in mainstream public administration;
- How organisations function;
- The nature of budgeting systems; and,
- How to operate tender procedures.
- Appreciate the environment in which agricultural development projects are implemented in developing countries and the constraints and challenges that project managers are likely to face in such situations.
- Apply the various management tools and techniques introduced in the module to practical real life situations through case studies.
Who Should Attend
The course is designed for:
- Executives in Funding Agencies dealing with appraisal and monitoring of projects in agriculture sector
- Government organizations responsible for managing the large and medium sized agricultural projects
- Management Staff
- Managers in general;
- NGOs Officers involved in Agricultural Projects