Project Proposal is not only an integral part of project and gives clear vision of it but also a prerequisite for project approval and financial assistance. A proposal has to give sufficient justification and clear guidelines and milestones, so that approval agency / donor organizations or financial institutions get a clear picture its goal and outcomes and impact. So, one must know exactly what are the key elements and section in the project proposal and how to communicate to targeted donor agency. A logical sequence in line with prerequisite proposal guideline provide by the donor agency is mandatory to develop a project proposal.
So, to write a good proposal, you need knowledge, skill and practices. This training will help you acquire necessary knowledge and skill on project proposal writing.
a) To introduce with basic requirements of a project proposal
b) To develop skill on the project proposal writing and donor requirements
c) To develop skill on Theory of Change and Logical Framework for proposal writing.
Expected Outcome of the training:
After successful completion of this training, participants will learn:
a) Know about the different components of a project proposal
b) Problem Analysis and develop rationale of project
c) Develop logical consequences among the different contents of project proposal
d) Clear concept about Theory of Change and Logical Framework
e) Address the requirement of specific donor and articulate in proposal writing.
Question and Answer
Brain storming Multimedia Presentation
Contents of Training:
What is project
Parts of a project
Comparative terminology of project
Objective tree and Problem tree
Contents of a project proposal
Content wise writing Guideline and Tips
Defining project with characteristics
Reason for poor project design
Project design stages and steps
Problem tree analysis and objective tree analysis
Transformation of problem tree into project skeleton
Project hypothesis development
Project proposal format
Logical framework as a tool of project cycle management
Hierarchy of a Typical Project
Logic and exercises for developing a project proposal
Donors’ area of interest assessment
Establishing goal, objectives and outputs of a project
Develop activity plan in line with the expected outcomes with examples
How to present the activities in PP
Program Monitoring Plan and Evaluation of project
Common tips for budget preparation
Steps and content wise practical tips to develop the project proposal
If you wish to take this training, please register. We shall communicate with you.
Mr. Mohammed Zafor Ullah Nizam has more than 14 years of experience in Program Planning, Management and Development in diversified
Mohammed Zafor Ullah Nizam
Mohammed Zafor Ullah Nizam
Mr. Mohammed Zafor Ullah Nizam has more than 14 years of experience in Program Planning, Management and Development in diversified fields – Public Health; Child Rights; RH & RR; HIV/AIDS and drug abuse; Early Childhood Development; Community Engagement and Advocacy.
In his professional tenure, he worked in “Promoting Talent through Early Education” of Save the Children and “Smiling Sun Franchise Program” of CHEMONICS both funded by USAID, “Accelerating Progress towards Maternal and Neonatal Mortality and Morbidity Reduction” of UNFPA; CRC project of Save the Children Australia; “Prevention of Transmission of HIV among Drug Users in SAARC Countries” of UNODC funded by AusAid and community based health program of BWHC funded by SIDA and CORDAID.
Mohammed Zafor Ullah Nizam has multi-disciplinary academic backgrounds having two post-graduations: 1) MPA in governance and public policy and 2) MPS in population sciences from Dhaka University and B. Sc (Honors) in forestry. He facilitated different trainings e.g. Project Planning and Management; Community Mobilization, Advocacy, Health Service Marketing; Team Building and Management; Monitoring and Supervision; Training Facilitation; Child Rights and Presentation Skill. In his trainings, participants were different categories including government, NGO, Local Government representatives and youth.
Mr. Zafor also took some international and national trainings e.g. Project Planning, Development and Management from Asian Institute of Management (AIM), Philippine; The Ecology of Childhood from IED, BRAC University; Basic Health Economics Issues in Bangladesh Health from Institute of Health Economics, DU; Scientific Writing from Population Council; Psychological First Aid during Emergency and Disaster Risk Reduction Preparation from SCI and Rapid Situation Response Assessment (RSRA) from UNODC.