INTRAC Participatory Proposal Development course

29 September – 3 October 2014[[{"fid":"420","view_mode":"teaser","type":"media","attributes":{"height":61,"width":220,"border":"2","align":"right","style":"padding:5px;margin-left: 5px;","alt":"INTRAC logo","class":"media-element file-teaser"}}]]

Oxford, UK.

Donors need to know that proposals are rooted in the identified needs of the target community. This course covers how to define, plan, and appraise a project and how to develop a proposal with a strong budget that encourages ownership by key stakeholders. It will cover how to use the project cycle to develop a project proposal in a participatory way. Mango will deliver specific sessions on how to develop a budget in line with project objectives and activities. 

This is one of a programme of participation-related courses that INTRAC are running this autumn whose themes include: Monitoring and Evaluation, Theory of Change and Impact Assessment; Advocacy and Policy Influencing; and Organisational Development and Partner Capacity Building.  They include face-to-face courses held in the UK and internationally, as well as on-line and tailor-made courses. Further themes are also available, contact