All posts tagged with "Project Design & Implementation"
Project design is the process by which USAID defines how it will achieve a result or set of results in a CDCS or other strategic framework to ensure that efforts are complementary and aligned in support of the strategy.
These materials are intended to provide some ideas on possible ways to structure documents and processes associated with conducting applied Political Economy Analysis, including a sample statement of work, note-taking and analysis templates, an illustrative report outline,... read more
On this page: What is it? | How do I get started? | Important Tips What is it? USAID’s work takes place in environments that are often unstable and in transition. Even in more stable contexts, circumstances evolve and may affect programming in unpredictable ways.... read more
Working Group Resource
This one-page brief contains information about USAID's operational model for planning, delivering, assessing, and adapting development programming in a given region or country to advance U.S. foreign policy.
Training in Data Management, Graphics and Statistical Analysis using SPSS CourseEVENT: TRAINING COURSE IN DATA MANAGEMENT, GRAPHICS AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS USING SPSS COURSEDURATION: 5 DaysVENUE: Samrah International Corporate Training Institute Center; Nairobi, KenyaEVENT... read more
Who should attend?Project managers and Project DirectorsProject team members wishing to move into project management rolesSenior line managers of project staffTechnical and engineering staff wishing to develop skills in managing projectsProcurement and contract management... read more
Ask & Answer
Is there an M, E, & L tool kit designed specifically for USAID implementing partners/award holders or should they use the USAID mission staff toolkit to develop their plan?
First and foremost thank you for your time. I am researching and gathering USAID resources for our project implementation plan and want to make sure I am sending them up to date and appropriate tools and resources. We are currently in the midst of writing a proposal for an... read more
On this page: What is it? | How do I get started? | Important Tips What is it? “Achieving and sustaining any development outcome depends on the contributions of multiple and interconnected actors...Each set of interconnected actors whose collective actions produce... read more
This blog reviews Results-Based Management (RBM) frameworks, guides, handbooks, tools, and websites, and assesses their utility for international development practitioners: donor agency officials, project managers, field workers, development partner government agencies and... read more
One of the biggest challenges facing market systems projects is designing and implementing programmes that consistently achieve sustainable, systemic change as the foundation for development impact at scale. Nathan Associates, and Maxwell Stamp, with support from BEAM... read more
USAID strongly emphasizes the importance of capacity development to improve development results by increasing local ownership, sustainability, and partnerships with other local organizations, donors, the public sector, and other stakeholders. This Additional Help document... read more
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