The Census and Survey Processing System (CSPro) is a tool for entering, editing, tabulating and disseminating data from surveys and censuses.
Farmers’ organization’s-FOs represent farmers’ own interests. They have emerged as a result of Farmers own, real expressed needs. They are effective channels of communication between the member-farmers. Without them, a situation of isolated voices would arise, that lack coordination and general power to affect the behavior of agricultural service providers. Farmer organizations therefore need to be strengthened.
Do you know that out of the total time we spend in communicating?
- 22% is spent on reading and writing;
- 23% is spent on speaking; and
- 55% is spent on listening?
While we spend more than half of our communication time on listening, not all of us are naturally good listeners. Fortunately, listening is a skill that can be learnt.
The course focuses on clinical research data management that complies with international Good Clinical Practice (GCP) standards as published by the International Congress on Harmonization, E6 Consolidated Guidance. The course will have an overview of the GCP process used internationally for conduct of human subjects’ research, and how it supports research data management that is accurate, complete, timely, verifiable, secure, and available for analysis.
This course aims to give participants a more extensive exposure to fiscal issues and the macroeconomic effects of fiscal policy. Separate lectures are devoted to fiscal accounts and analysis, fiscal forecasting, fiscal sustainability, interrelations between the fiscal sector and the rest of the economy, and the fiscal dimension in financial programming. There are also presentations on selected fiscal issues of current interest.
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This program improves participants’ contract management capabilities, leading to improved contractual outcomes for the agency and reduced costs through effective contract management. It focuses on the key skills necessary to ensure that contracts achieve successful outcomes. Participants learn about and apply all key aspects of contemporary contract management, including legal issues, contract management planning, managing disputes and risk management
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Labour statistics are an important element in the measurement of economic growth and development and yet the data required to provide evidence-based decision making are scanty or non-existent. There is an identified lack of expertise in data analysis of labour market surveys as a major drawback in the production of labour force statistics in many countries. As a result, the data collected are not properly or fully analyzed, even sometimes not analyzed at all.
This course counts toward the Colorado State University Certificate in Sustainable Community Development.
Course Tuition: $390
Continuing Education Units (CEUs): 2
Duration: 5 weeks
Stata is a complete statistical software package for data management, data analysis and graphics. It comprises classical and advanced functions including: panel data analysis, forecasting, time series analysis, survival analysis, cross sectional and longitudinal survey methods, structural equation modeling, simulation methods and tables for almost all researchers and analysts. The software can be used via a graphical user interface (menus and dialog boxes) or a command-line interface using its very intuitive programming language.
The course will show how economic and financial time series can be modeled and analyzed. The aim is to provide understanding and insight into the methods used, as well as explaining the technical details. Statistical modeling will be demonstrated using the Stata Software and participants will be given the opportunity to use Stata in class. Statistical modeling will be demonstrated using the Stata Software.
The Africa School of Project Management (ASPM) was established in the year 2000 in Kenya as a membership based professional management organisation. The school was formed to address capacity building needs among development partners, donor organizations, Government agencies, International and private sector firms in Africa.
The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease's International Management Development Programme (IMDP) will have a training course on Supply Chain Management from 7-11 November 2016, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Course Title: Supply Chain Management
Course Date: 7-11 November 2016
Application Deadline: 14 October 2016
How do we know if our humanitarian efforts are successful? Evaluation is a key way of finding out.
Evaluation of humanitarian action has grown to become an integral part of the way the humanitarian system operates, significantly improving learning and accountability across the sector.
The knowledge generated from evaluating humanitarian action helps build the body of evidence on what works, and what does not. And it enables stakeholders to answer the vital questions: ‘How are we really doing?’ and ‘So what?’
Trauma Support is the process of having the relevant knowledge, skills and values to identify clients exposed to traumatic events and provide trauma support services in the immediate aftermath of traumatic events, under supervision of an appropriately trained/registered mental health professional.
Through this training, you will come to understand concepts of First Aid, the principles of trauma recovery sessions, and effective treatments for people suffering from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
This 3 day training will give an introduction to value for money assessment (VFM) in project management and build the confidence and skills of NGO staff who have limited experience of using value for money techniques when designing programmes and preparing proposals and budgets for institutional donors.
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This course is suitable for people who are new to or have little experience of managing and measuring VFM in programme design, proposal writing and the preparation of programme budgets.
With growing emphasis on participatory approaches towards development, there has been recognition that monitoring and evaluation (M&E) should also be participatory. Conventionally, M&E has involved outside experts coming in to measure performance against pre-set indicators, using standardized procedures and tools.
The Logical Framework Approach (LFA) is a highly effective strategic planning and project management methodology with wide application. It comprises an integrated package of tools for analysing and solving planning problems and for designing and managing their solutions (the approach). The product of this analytical approach is the logframe (the matrix), which summarises what the project intends to do and how, what the key assumptions are, and how outputs and outcomes will be monitored and evaluated.