Project Planning and Design for NGOs
 Training on
Project Planning and Design for NGOs 
23-24 May 2015
If you fail to plan, you plan to fail! This project planning and design course focuses on the design and planning of projects in the development sector. The course delivers knowledge, practical skills and tools to work successfully with local communities in the development and implementation of projects. The main tool used during this course is the logical framework approach, which provides a structured model for identifying expected results as well as the activities and inputs needed to accomplish them. It also introduces the implementation of a monitoring system. Participants learn how to best use the various tools with case studies and through group exercises.

At the end of the course, participants will be able to
  • Plan a project effectively
  • Program its activities according to plan
  • Design and use its monitoring and evaluation system
  • Use the logical framework as a tool
  • Do a project checklist and timeframe
  • Delegate project role and responsibilities effectively


Module 1: Overview of project
  • What is project? And what is project planning?
  • Why do you need to plan a project?
  • Overview of planning?
  • Project beneficiary groups and stakeholders
  • Types of project
  • Project planning and project management cycle
Module 2: Conceptualized Project
  • Project problem statement
  • Determine the project scope and objectives
  • Goals and objective of project (SMART)
  • Developing project approaches/strategies
  • Project risk assessment
  • Project assumption and constraints
  • Project monitoring and evaluation
  • Brainstorming possible project solutions and choosing correct solutions
Module 3: Planning the project
  • Project planning checklist
  • Project work plan
  • Project roles and responsibilities
  • Logical framework
  • Project costing/budgeting
Module 4: Tips of project planning
  • Success of project planning?
  • Constraints in project planning?
  • Evaluating project planning


Mr. Keam Han, Trainer for Communication and Facilitation Skills.  Mr. Keam is a holder of Master Degree on Rural Development and Natural Resource Management, Bachelor degree on Forestry Science. He has had more than nine-year experience in training capacity building and working across level including national and local community, facilitation, project management, and natural resources management. Currently, Mr. Kem Han is the Provincial Operation Advisor (Land Allocation for Social and Economic Development Programme), NCDD/MoI, where he provides coaching and support on project operation to the provincial and district working group, training capacity Development, M&E and Social and Environmental Safeguards. For the training skills, Mr. Keam has been involving in preparing training design and Implement, training curriculum development, poster development, conducing workshop, and facilitating training of trainers.

Mr. YOS Chanthana holds M.Sc. in Aquaculture and Aquatic Resources Management and bachelor in Fisheries. Mr. Chanthana does not only have specialization in Fisheries, but he also has knowledge of practical research and project management. He has a wide range of no-less-than-10-year experience as consultant and researcher with national and local agencies. He has been project manager, project evaluator, head of research, and consultant for many projects both international and national. Besides being a project manager, researcher, and consultant, he is also teaching Master degree class in various local universities. Currently, Mr. Chanthana is a research manager of EDI and a project consultant for various local and international NGOs. Besides delivering training courses related to project management, he also a trainer of research methodologies. His experience in social research and project management enables his core training contents more practical and effective.

The training course is based on a series of modules, which can be adapted to the requirements of the course participants. The emphasis is put on practice and hands-on exercises and includes:
  • Group-work
  • Brainstorming
  • Questions and answers
  • Simulation
  • Short presentations

The course will benefit persons who have some experience in project management, but not yet obtained comprehensive training, in particular:
  • Project managers
  • Program coordinators
  • Key field staff involved in designing and planning projects
  • Managers supervising project development and implementation

Date:                23-24 May 2015
Venue:             Hotel/Restaurant located in Phnom Penh
Time:                8 am- 5 pm
Language:       Khmer
Fee:                 US$ 200 (Exclude any Taxes)
Early Bird:       US$ 180 (Register before May 16, 2015)
The Fee includes: Lunch, Refreshment, Materials and  Certificate. 

Educational Development Institute (EDI)
#22, St. 51┴154, Sangkat Phsar Thmei III, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh.
Tel: 023 966 967 / 015 729 123 / 012 915 895 / / 015 728 123
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