Project Management & Livelihood Interventions, Training 7-9 November (Capacitu Building se)
|Event Date/Time: Nov 07, 2008||End Date/Time: Nov 09, 2008|
|Registration Date: Nov 05, 2008|
|Early Registration Date: Nov 05, 2008|
A non-profit organisation established in 1983 creating large scale sustainable livelihoods
Capacity Building Series (2008- 09) Training On
Project Management & Livelihood Interventions
TARAgram, Appropriate Technology Centre, Orchha, Madhya Pradesh
India needs to generate at least 10 million new livelihood opportunities a year over the next 15 years to sustain its economy. This is easier said than done. With the changes that are taking place in the external world, there has been a paradigm shift in the job/livelihood market. Poverty is no longer a rural phenomenon and increasingly we find attention being focused on urban poor who are often the migrants. One also notices an increasing shift from agriculture to manufacturing and services sector. It is expected that traditional sources such as agriculture will have limited potential to generate new livelihoods.
Promoting livelihood in such a situation remains a challenge. Organizations need to develop ability to conceptualize appropriate livelihood interventions. They also need understanding of socio-political environment, markets and technical systems. Micro finance has emerged as a major tool to address the issue of access to financial resources for the poor especially women. Credit is a major bottleneck and if that is taken care of then it certainly has a positive impact on the livelihoods of the people. The challenge is are the organizations engaged in micro finance ready to face the next which is augmenting livelihoods of the poor.
This programme seeks to impart knowledge and skills on the tools and techniques used for identification, selection, preparation and appraisal of livelihood projects, their implementation and monitoring & control.
Objectives of the Training:
The programme objective is to enable participants to,
Develop an understanding about identifying a livelihood intervention project
Understand various project management tools
Programme Outcome: At the end of the three day programme, the participants are expected to have,
Learnt process and tools that can be used to identify livelihood intervention opportunities in farm and non farm sector
Developed ability to design a livelihood project around livelihood as thematic area, and
Learnt various project management tools
This module has been designed as a participatory programme that would build-upon the experiential learning of participants. The pedagogy focuses on interactive group learning and aims both at knowledge development and skill up gradation through peer learning. Case Studies, readings and reflection are an important component of the programe.
Course Contents: The three-day programme will cover,
Day 1 - Theme: Understanding Livelihoods
Welcome, Introduction, Expectations/Concerns from the Participants and Course Objectives
Icebreaker and activity
What is livelihood?
Learning's from some of the livelihood interventions
Opportunities in Farm Sector
Opportunities in Non-Farm Sector
Understanding role of Micro Finance in Promoting Livelihoods
Day 2 - Theme - Understanding Project Design and Management Process
Recapitulation of Day 1
Understanding Logframe, RBM and other approaches
Understanding Participatory tools for project design
Post Afternoon Tea:
Guided tour to the sustainable development models within TARAgram campus
Evening: Visit the Orchha temples and fort
Day 3 - Theme - Issues in Managing Livelihood Projects
Recapitulation of Day 2
Monitoring and Evaluation Systems
Resource Mobilization for Livelihood Initiatives
Presentation by select participants on key learnings
Closure and valedictory
The programme is meant for Civil Society Leaders and Project managers who are engaged in livelihood promotion initiatives
The training will be for a period of 3 days which will essentially consist of:
Class room sessions
Demonstrations (table top level),
A guided tour to the development models within TARAgram campus
An evening out to visit the Orchha temples and fort.
TARAgram Campus - an overview
INR 10,000 per participant for Indian Participants
INR 18,000 (450 USD) for Overseas Participants
The Training fee covers the following:
Leisure trip to the famous Orchha Temples and Fort
Indian participants to make payment through Demand Draft drawn in favour of TARA Livelihood Academy payable at Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh The address for sending the Demand Draft is-
TARA Livelihood Academy
TARAgram, Orchha Tigela,
Ph.-+91 510 2911368
Please send the Demand draft by registered post or speed post only.
Overseas participants may please send the fees through wire transfer. The details of the wire transfer will be sent to each selected trainee once we get their nomination form.
Knowledge and experience from the training
Field Exposure and further learning
Manuals and training material
Networking opportunity for you
And a visit to Orchha Temples and fort - a glimpse
SOME OF OUR TRUSTED CLIENTELE FOR TRAINING
Hindustan Zinc Limited
Childline India Foundation
World Vision India
Aravali Institute of Management
Accenture Service Pvt. Ltd.
Aga Khan Rural Support Program
International Crops Research Organization for Semi Arid Tropics (ICRISAT)
Practical Action, Colombo
Consortium for DEWATS Dissemination (CDD) Society, Bangalore
To ensure your participation, we request you to send the nomination form (Down load the registration form by clicking on the link given below) and the course fee (non-refundable) by 05th November'08.
Click here- http://www.devalt.org/da/isb/tsu/form.htm
The training will be held in TARAgram, Appropriate Technology Centre, Orchha, Madhya Pradesh. TARAgram is a campus set in the rural environment of Orchha. It is a centre which showcases the Livelihood models developed by DA in the field of appropriate technology, and environment.
Participants to the training will be provided a guided tour of the campus which will enrich the learnings from the class room sessions.
TIPS OF GETTING TO TARAgram
Participants coming by train should take a ticket till Jhansi (UP) Railway station. From there, TARAgram is 9 kms away. There will be a pick up facility based on the information provided on the arrival time.
Route map - how to get to TARAgram from Jhansi Railway Station
OTHER USEFUL TIPS
The participants can arrive one day before the training date and leave on last day of the training by a train which leaves around 5.45 pm onwards.
Travel Booking Tips for International participants
While making your travel plans, please note that if you are arriving in Delhi by flight, in order to reach the Training venue, you will need to take a Train from Delhi to Jhansi which is around 400 kms and takes 5-6 hours.
Therefore please arrive in Delhi one day in advance from the day the training starts. (i.e. if the Training date is 07th November'08, then your flight should arrive in Delhi latest by 06th November'08 early morning)
Similarly, please book your return flight from New Delhi a day after the training ends. (i.e. if the Training finishes on 09th November'08 then your air tickets from New Delhi should be on 10th November'08 morning)
Please book your train tickets from Delhi to Jhansi and back to Delhi before hand. We can also support you in booking the Train tickets which can be reimbursed by you once you arrive here.
DA reserves the right to withhold the fee for administrative and other costs for cancellations prior to the start of a course. A suitably qualified replacement may attend the course in place of the registered person. DA also reserves the right to cancel a course if too few participants have registered.
Interested participants who are unable attend this Training on the given dates due to prior engagements can let us know of their interest. We will keep you informed when the same training is conducted again.
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ENQUIRIES AND SUGGESTIONS
If you have any queries or suggestions for the training or nominations, please contact the following:
Madhuban Pandey, Executive Training
Juhi Nigam, Training Assistant
Tele. No: - + 91 510 2911 368, +91 972 1754 958, +91 983 9820 689,
Tele. No: 011-26132718
Email Id: firstname.lastname@example.org
Training date Friday, November 07, 2008
Intended Audience HR Managers, Project Managers, Professionals
Contact Madhuban Pandey / Juhi Nigam
Telephone 91 510 2911 368 / 983 9820 689