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1.1 Purpose of the guidelines
1. INTRODUCTION
1.2 Users and use
1.3 Overview of contents
2.1 Partnership strategies with developing countries
2.2 New directions in development cooperation policy
2. EUROPEAN COMMISSION DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION POLICY
2.3 Cross cutting issues
2.4 Ownership and participation
3.1 What is a project?
3. THE PROJECT APPROACH
3.2 Weaknesses of the project approach
3.3 Sector approach and budgetary aid
3.4 Implications for EC support to projects
3.4.1 When is a project appropriate?
3.4.2 Improving the quality of projects
4. PCM OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES
4.1.1 The cycle of operations
4.1.2 PCM and managing ‘Calls for Proposals’
4.1.3 PCM principles and the Logical Framework Approach
4.1.4 Key documents and responsibilities
4.1.5 Decision making points, options and lead responsibilities
4.1.6 Quality support and assessment system
4.1.7 The financing decision
4.2.1 Introduction
4.3 Identification
4.3.2 Key tasks and responsibilities
4.3.3 Key assessments and tools
4.3.4 Assessment criteria and standards
4.3.5 Key documents
4.3.6 Deciding next steps
4.4 Formulation
4.4.2 Key tasks and responsibilities
4.4.3 Key assessments and tools
4.4.4 Assessment criteria and standards
4.5 Implementation, including monitoring and reporting
4.5.3 Definition of monitoring, regular review, evaluation and audit
4.5.4 Key tasks and responsibilities
4.5.5 Key assessments, tools and documents
4.5.7 Assessment criteria and standards
4.5.8 Deciding next steps
4.6.1 Purpose and principles
4.6.2 Key tasks and responsibilities
4.6.3 Tools and key documents
4.6.4 Information requirements and evaluation criteria
4.7.1 Purpose and principles
4.7.2 Key tasks and responsibilities
4.7.3 Tools and key documents
4.7.4 Information requirements and audit criteria
5.1 Overview of the Logical Framework Approach
5.THE LOGICAL FRAMEWORK APPROACH
5.1.3 Link to the project cycle and key PCM documents
5.1.4 Practical issues in applying the Logframe Approach
5.2.1 Preparatory analysis
5.2.2 Stakeholder Analysis
5.2.4 Analysis of Objectives
5.2.5 Analysis of Strategies
5.3.1 The Matrix format, terminology and the process of preparation
5.3.2 First Column: Intervention Logic
5.3.3 Fourth Column: Assumptions
5.3.4 Second and third columns: Indicators and Source of Verification
5.3.5 Completing the draft Logframe matrix
5.4 Activity, resource and cost schedules
5.4.2 A Checklist for Preparing an Activity Schedule
5.4.3 Preparing resource and cost schedules
5.5 Using the LFA during formulation, implementation, evaluation and audit
5.6 A note on interlocking or ‘nested’ logframes
6. INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY ASSESSMENT
7.1.2 Definitions
7. MONITORING, REVIEW AND REPORTING
7.1.3 Principles of good practice
7.1.4 Key steps in developing a project based monitoring system
7.2.1 The Logical Framework Approach
7.2.2 Risk management
7.2.3 Basic data analysis to generate performance information
7.2.4 Checklist for planning a short monitoring visit
7.2.5 Using question checklists for semi-structured interviews
7.2.6 Reviewing administrative and management records
7.2.7 Checklist for managing regular review meetings
7.2.8 Progress reports and updated plans
8. PARTICIPATION &FACILITATION
8.1.4 Intensity of participation
8.1.5 Promoting ownership
8.2 Facilitation skills41
8.2.1 How we learn and what we remember
8.2.2 Adult learning
8.2.3 What makes a good participatory trainer/facilitator
8.2.4 Workshop Preparation
9.2 Using TOR in the project cycle
9.3 Format and content of TOR
1. Background to the assignment
9.3.1 Background to the assignment
9. PREPARING TERMS OF REFERENCE
9.3.2 Study objectives
9.3.3 Issues that might be included in a study/mission TOR
9.3.4 Methodology
9.3.5 Expertise required
9.3.6 Reporting requirements
9.3.7 Work plan and time-schedule
A1 - Glossary of key terms
A2 - Useful references
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Project Cycle Management

Project Cycle Management

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Steps in Project Cycle Management
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