Project Design and Programming

Seminar, Workshop
  • Course Description

    In the module students are requested to develop a programme and a project proposal for a fictive humanitarian organisation on either Disaster Risk Reduction OR Refugees and Cash-Based Interventions in a specific country. Students will split up in working groups and - guided by experienced practitioners and experts in the respective fields – develop programmes and project focused on current issue in humanitarian action. Each humanitarian intervention has to be fit to the context in which it takes place and the needs of its target populations. 
  • Main Themes

    -Problem Analysis
    -Needs Assessment
    -Logical Framework
    -Risk Analysis
    -Project Cycle Management

Last updated: 27 March 2018

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