Title: Project Planning and Management Training
Duration: 3 working days
Project Site: Muthaiga, Nairobi
WRAP’s mission statement: “WRAP is a national non-governmental, non-profit-making, human rights organization that creates awareness on and advocates for the rights of women and children and addresses the needs of violated and abused women and children by providing shelter and other related supportive services in Kenya.”
In keeping with our mission: And in keeping with one of our main objective, one of Wrap’s current projects seeks to identify strategies for diminishing violence against women through the provision of alternative safe and secure haven (Shelter) where women and children can seek refuge and can be assisted to make critical decisions that will change and improve their lives and end the violence they have been suffering from.
The project being funded by Terre des Hommes-Netherlands is coming to a close on the 31st August 2012.
However, with prospects for more funding WRAP having submitted various proposals to various donors, the organization intends to build staff capacity on project management to help the project team improve their skills to formulate, deliver, monitor and evaluate the projects.
In this regard, WRAP is seeking a qualified individual/organization to carry out trainings on Project Management.
The training is expected to take place between 22nd and 24th August 2012 at WRAP offices.
3.0 Objectives of the Assignment
The training is aimed at equipping the project team with practical knowledge of project management skills and tools and to strengthening the capacity of the staff to:
Identify and formulate quality projects through a participatory approach.
Write sound project documents.
Assess the quality of a project document.
Improve the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of the projects/programmes.
4.0 Scope of Work
The scope of this assignment comprises the following:
Develop a three (3) day training programme, under a close consultation with WRAP team.
Provide a detailed training on project management; project life cycle – Project planning, monitoring and evaluation.
Environmental impact assessment; PESTLE analysis, SWOT analysis and strategy implementation, monitoring and evaluation.
Fund raising strategies/Income generating activities and Project proposal writing.
5.0 Duration of Assignment
The training is planned to take place between 22nd and 24th August 2012 i.e. the number of working of this assignment is three (3) working days.
Strong understanding of project planning and management and at least five (5) years experience’ consultancies working with groups both local and international contexts
Sound understanding of children and women’s rights
Good analytical and critical skills
Extensive experience and expertise in-group facilitation.
7.0 Deadline for Receiving Proposal
The costed proposal, including the training provider’s resume should reach the undersigned not later than August 15th 2012.
Women’s Rights Awareness Programme (WRAP)
P.O Box 3006 – 00200, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel. 0721-367677, 0722-252939
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