Title of the document Project Management Monitoring and Evaluation Training Workshop | 23rd-27th October, Nairobi,Kenya

Upcoming Workshop

Project Management Monitoring and Evaluation Training Workshop | 26th Feb -1st March 2024

Writing a Winning Concept Note

Course Title:    Writing a Winning Concept Note

Date:   09/29/2020-09/30/2020

Venue: Google Meet Webinar

Time: 7:30-8:30 PM

Cost:    USD 50

The number of participants for each session is limited with places reserved on a first-come basis

Participants: Executive Directors, Program Managers, Project Officers, Finance Managers  & Officers, Planning Staff

Course Introduction

For somebody to write a winning concept note, they should fully understand the meaning and content.

A well-articulated concept helps the donor eliminate ideas that are not likely to be funded and or open further discussions with potential applicants. The ideas, even in summary, should be contextual and convincing according to the requirement of the donor.

Many project funders require submission of well-thought-out concept notes as the basis for determining the soundness for a project and project staff need to have requisite skills to design and submit credible concepts to increase the chances of securing project funding.

Asset Africa will be conducting a two-part interactive series on how to design a winning concept note. Part one will be decided to facilitations with the second part set for responding to participants’ questions regarding the difficulties organizations encounter while submitting concepts notes.

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About the Organization

Asset Africa Institute (www.assetafrica.co.ke) -AAI- specializes in the research, design and delivery of high quality and affordable training programs for development workers worldwide. Over the years, AAI has provided consultancies and training to such reputable organizations as: Federal University, Birnin Kebbi-Nigeria, NCA-Zambia, ACOMIN-Nigeria, Salvation Army-Tanzania, Love Botswana Outreach Mission, Islamic Relief-Somalia, Cornerstone Development-Uganda, IOM-South Sudan, DCA-Ethiopia, Africa Rice Center -Benin, Rwanda Union of the Blind, Sasakawa Africa Association-Ethiopia, Harare Institute of Technology-Zimbabwe, CARE-International-Mali, Mazommo Construction Company-Liberia, CARE-International-Niger, UNDP-Somalia, HEAL Africa-DRC,  Diakonia, NGO Safety-Somalia, County Government of Siaya-Kenya, Oxfam GB-Yemen,  Generations for Peace-Jordan, CBR Africa Network-Uganda, Victoria Finance PLC-Tanzania, PSI-Benin among, WASH Alliance Hellen Keller International-Mali, ADRA Niger, Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources-Ghana, The American Refugee Committee (ARC)-Somalia, Salvation Army-Angola, CBM,  SEND-Sierra Leone, DON BOSCO-Kenya/Tanzania, Solidaridad Network-Zimbabwe, War Child-South Sudan, Habitat for Humanity-Uganda, CICODEV-Senegal, NRC-Ethiopia, CORDAID-CAR,  FAO-Chad, Christian Health Association of Malawi, ,among others.

For more information, contact;

Lillian Ateng’

Training Coordinator

Asset Africa Institute

Trust Mansion Hse, Tubman Road off Koinange Street

P.O. Box 12903 – 00100

Nairobi, Kenya

Phone: +254 -722 469454/720986965

Email: [email protected] /[email protected]


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