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HDFF’s five-day “Stay Safe Training (HEAT) for government, corporate and UN Safety Personnel” is an ADVANCED safety training that addresses primarily implementing personnel but also management and safety related personnel needs of government, corporate and UN Safety Personnel aiming to improve participants’ skills in hostile environment, following international regulations in these settings. The training will be conducted by experienced and culturally sensitive facilitators in an utmost participatory way and has in its core a 3 day Field Exercise.
Effective and efficient global leaders and project managers need to monitor and evaluate their development projects. They have to understand the importance of the LogFrame and related indicators as M&E tools. This three-day workshop designed by HDFF improves the understanding and application of these tools as crucial contribution to the organization’s success in implementing development projects.Guest presentations from UN / INGO professionals will deepen the gained knowledge.
Contemporary development assistance places great emphasis on impact accountability. This means you need to be able to adequately predict the impact your project is going to have after completion. Having a logical framework and impact indicators in place is not enough – projects and programmes need to be designed with impact in mind. This course will teach you what impact measurement methods are available, how to plan and budget for impact assessment and how to manage external consultants.
Capturing essential quantitative and qualitative changes of your programme has become increasingly important. Do you need to design an M&E system that goes beyond tracking activities? Learn how to show results and make sure your system also enables genuine learning by all actors.
This course provides you with relevant, practical and participatory M&E methodologies and tools to boost your programme and organisational accountability, decision-making and learning practices.
During the last decade, Results-based Management (RBM) has gained much influence in international cooperation; yet many organisations still struggle to plan for real results with accompanying processes and tools. RBM has consequences for the entire organisation: project planning, monitoring, evaluation, and learning.
Learn how to design solid RBM framework and integrate it into your organisation!
You have an excellent project idea and now come to the challenge of gaining access to funding. Should you respond to a request for services, Call for proposals, or approach the donor organisation directly? An attractive, convincing, and honest proposal will increase your chances manifold.
This two-day course builds the skills and confidence of NGO managers and staff to prevent, detect and respond to fraud, making sure funds get to where they are most needed.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This course is designed specifically for NGO program, operations, and finance staff, who need to proactively manage the risk of fraud. The course is primarily aimed at:
This two-day workshop tackles the rewards and risks involved in executing procurements in USAID-funded assistance programs. Well-planned, well-executed procurement contributes to effective and compliant programming. Poor understanding of processes and procedures in this area raises the risk of funder audits and compliance reviews. If you want to learn more about how to develop and implement the right mix of procurement procedures, systems, and controls, this workshop is for you.
This two-day workshop is designed to give you the practical tools, resources, and guidance you need to submit quality proposals to USAID. NGOs need team members who know how USAID works as an awarding agency, who can effectively manage the proposal process at the country office level, and who understand the processes and challenges of responding to RFAs and RFPs in the home office. This participatory style course, led by experienced practitioners, is consistently well rated by participants, whose comments have included, “Best training I have ever attended.
This three-day workshop covers the many rules and regulations associated with USAID funding, and is designed to enhance the ability of NGO staff to effectively manage their programs and maintain donor compliance. Whether you are new to USAID funding or have years of program experience, this highly participatory course gives you the skills and knowledge you need to confidently apply the complex directives found within the regulations. You will also have the opportunity to ask specific questions you may have about your own award.
This one-day workshop is designed for NGO staff who contribute to developing proposal budgets. It focuses on how to build an appropriate cost proposal as well as how to maximize cost proposal budgets with the US Government (USG). You will practice the fundamentals of building a budget, format a budget according to the Federal Standard Form 424 (Application for Federal Assistance) and learn how to communicate and justify the cost proposal to your donor.
The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) will hold a training course, International Course on the Clinical Management of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis, from 19-23 November 2018, in Bangkok, Thailand.
This course is a five-day intensive training course, consisting of interactive in-class presentations, discussions and practical exercises and a field visit in Bangkok, aiming to strengthen participants’ capacity in clinical and programmatic management of drug-resistant tuberculosis.
Reducing vulnerabilities and exposure to natural hazards is key to building resilient communities. This requires integrated mainstreaming of disaster and climate risks into sustainable development policies and practice. To encourage communities, governments and businesses to prepare and manage climate or disaster impacts forward-thinking managers who promote resilience are needed.
Professional Master’s Degree Program is a one-year academic program requiring 33 credits including an internship. August and January semesters provide lecture courses with the summer period reserved for an internship at disaster-related institutions and working out a project report of mutual interest to the student and the internship provider.