This course is intended for development leaders and executives who design and manage community-based development programs or projects, and extension officers and field personnel that implement them. The course provides a facilitative learning environment conducive to a cooperative yet challenging self-assessment and shared discourse about conventional and participatory monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) concepts and practices. Read all this and much more on weitzenegger.de – The website for International Development Cooperation, and its (english) Newsletter.
“Mainstreaming Community Disaster Risk Management” Course in Kenya – March 2006: IIRR is proud to announce that it is offering the Mainstreaming Community Disaster Risk Management course in Nairobi, Kenya from March 13 – 17, 2006.
The course aims at strengthening the capacities of development workers to mainstream disaster risk management in the planning and implementation of community development efforts.
IIRR brings into the course its facilitation experience and special Disaster Risk Management expertise in Asia and Latin America in addition to its drought cycle management skills and experiences in the Africa region. See International Institute of Rural Reconstruction IRR.
And also on the same website: Call for Papers – “Ten-Year Review of Community-based Forest Management (CBFM) in the Philippines: A forum for reflection and dialogue”