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TABLE OF CONTENTS
   

1.  BACKGROUND________________________________________________________________ 3  1.1  Introduction ...................................................................................................................................... 3  1.2  Overall Workshop Objectives .......................................................................................................... 3 

1.3   Specific Objectives ........................................................................................................................... 3  1.4   Workshop Outputs ............................................................................................................................ 4  2.   WORKSHOP ORGANISATION ___________________________________________________ 4  2.1  Methodology ..................................................................................................................................... 4  2.2  Materials/Instruments Used .............................................................................................................. 4  2.3  Programme Venue and Duration ...................................................................................................... 5  2.4   Participation and Team of Consultants ............................................................................................. 5  2.5  Workshop Process ........................................................................................................................... 5  2.6  Outline of Workshop Activities and Outcomes .................................................................................. 5  3.  EVALUATION OF TRAINING ACTIVITIES _________________________________________ 14  3.1  Participants Evaluation ................................................................................................................... 14  3.1  Consultants Evaluation ................................................................................................................... 15  4.  5.  6. 
 

CHALLENGES AND PROBLEMS ________________________________________________ 15  RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE WAY FORWARD __________________________________ 16  CONCLUSION ________________________________________________________________ 16 

APPENDICES _______________________________________________________________________ 17  Appendix I: List of Participants ................................................................................................................. 17  Appendix II: Workshop Time Table .......................................................................................................... 18  Appendix III: Pictures of Training Activities............................................................................................... 19  Appendix IV: Presentation on Project Proposal Writing ........................................................................... 21 
     

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LIST OF BOXES 
BOX 1: MODULES ON TEAM BUILDING __________________________________________________________________ 6  BOX 2: GROUP EXERCISE CONCEPT AND FRAMEWORK OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT  _____________ ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.  BOX 3: MODULES FOR PROJECT PHASES _________________________________________________________________ 8  BOX 4: GROUP PRESENTATIONS ON PROJECT PHASES  _______________________________________________________ 10  BOX 5: MODULES ON PROPOSAL AND REPORT WRITING _____________________________________________________ 10 

 

 

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TABLE 1: SUMMARY OF END‐OF‐TRAINING EVALUATION ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐‐15 

       

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1.

BACKGROUND

1.1 Introduction Though the youth have crucial roles to play in national development, they are often neglected not brought on board the development agenda. They are often left empty and considered non-participating actors in the national development. This has brought a gaping vacuum in the development be that local and national levels. . In the midst of these is a lot of social issues that ought to be addressed not only by government, but nonstate actors, civil society groups, CBOs, youth and others whose collective efforts, if harnessed, will make a big difference in terms of achieving national and local development objectives and targets. This calls for need to provide opportunity to the youth be visionary, creative and develop their skills to initiate, develop and manage development projects that will help address socio-economic needs. This calls for the need to strengthen capacity and develop the skills that will enable youth to initiate the development and management of projects out of local base resources to address socio-economic needs.. It is for this need that the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation (PMIEF) a non-profit global organization provides resources and support to foster the development and advancement of project management knowledge, as well as to advance the awareness and understanding of project management as a profession. The Foundation acts as a proactive catalyst through the funding of projects that raise the awareness of project management in global and local communities, introduces and promotes the use of project management as a life skill and recognizes leadership in project management, among other objectives Impact based in Ghana, in collaborative partnership with PMIEF, developed training that sought to strengthen the capacity of 50 high school leavers, students and youth to move from inertia and be able to identify, select develop and manage projects within their communities and in the help to create a better society. TRAINING OBJECTIVES 1.2 Overall Workshop Objectives The broad objective of the training was to provide opportunity to high school leavers and students to develop their skills to enable them identify initiate projects within their immediate locality using local resources thereby assisting to address socio-economic needs. The workshop was also to enhance the skills and competencies of participants in the areas of Leadership, Innovation and Team Building.

1.3 Specific Objectives Specific to Project Management, the objectives are summarized as follows: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ To build the skills of participants to appreciate the importance of project management so that, they can identify, develop and manage projects to their successful end. Develop the skills of participants to be to identify and selection projects and write proposal for funding. Develop proposal and Report writing skills of participants to an appreciable levels. Enhance the presentations skills of participants.
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information dissemination through project activities. WORKSHOP ORGANISATION 2. Reduce ignorance by awareness creation of social issues that can be addressed through project development management and implementation and help to create a better society.1. the Facilitator made little use of the traditional lecturing approach.1 Methodology In order to ensure effective transfer of practical knowledge and to build participants’ understanding and application of skills acquired. Would acquire skills and knowledge transfer which can be translated to job creation and efficient use of local human and materials resources. employment creation. he made extensive use of: • • • • • • • Presentations Activities (Indoor) Experiential Learning Experience Sharing Group Work/Discussion Presentations Energizers/Teasers The training programme was organized for High School Leavers and High School students and members of Community-based groups that helped to acquire a skill-mix of participants with varied degrees of background and experience to share 2. hands-on experience that will motivate them to initiate local projects which will enable them participate in development and to some extent ƒ ƒ ƒ 2.4 Workshop Outputs It was expected that by the end of the workshop participants: ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ Would have been introduced to Project Management as a critical tool for development . Ability to write project proposal and reports would have been enhanced. Would be socially alert in the identification of social needs and will have the knowledge and skills on how to help address social needs including effective community entry skills.2 Materials/Instruments Used The materials used in the workshop varied from activity to activity. The following is a detailed list of materials/instruments used along with the LCD projector and flip charts for illustrations: The following were also used as ENERGIZERS: Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 4 . Rather. Would be able to identify and select and viable projects and manage it to a successful end. This variety allowed for different learning styles and personal preferences to be appreciated in the workshop agenda.

brief overview of the purpose and objectives of the workshop as well as the expected output.5 Workshop Process The Facilitators adopted an interactive participatory process and multi-method approach to the workshop. Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 5 . Composition of small groups within each workshop was done randomly using colour coding. Kwabena Owusu-Mensah was the lead facilitator for the workshop. This variety allowed for maximum interaction by all participants during the sessions in group/individual work. made suggestions and gave their feedback and comments regarding the agenda for the day.• • 2. 2. high school leavers and community based . Each participant was given a card with a colour. participated in the workshop. The process created an empowering working environment and total involvement by all participants. Participants then sought clarifications. They were used for the various different activities in a day’s agenda. Practical Problems as case study for group discussions. introduction of participants. discussions and illustrative sessions. The Chief Executive Officer of RIMCS Consult. (Refer to Appendix I for participants list).6 Outline of Workshop Activities and Outcomes The workshop sessions began with a prayer. 2. Reflections served as a review of the previous days’ activities and feedback served as a summary of the opinions and reactions from participants from which improvements were made on a daily basis to the workshop. Daniel.3 Pictures of “General Knowledge Exercise” and a material on “Discover Yourself”.Ghana. 2. Mr. The detail workshop time table is attached as Appendix II. The mode of delivery and participation in the workshop were: • • • • • Group/Individual illustrative Sessions Group Discussions Plenary Sessions Reflections Creative Drawings In order to achieve the targeted workshop outputs.4 Participation and Team of Consultants 39 participants comprising high school students. Programme Venue and Duration The venue for the Workshop was Messwill Hotel located in New-Weija. the Projects Officer at IMPACT-Ghana rapporteured the workshop. Accra and the duration of the workshop was fourteen (14) days from the 28th of February to 13th March 2010. Participants appreciated the opportunity to work with each other as most of them were meeting for the first time. Angela Adama – CEO for IMPACT . the Facilitators adopted a wide range of tools and approaches for the workshop.youth leaders. He co-facilitated the workshop with Mrs.

  Project Management Skills  Skills   Description   Time and  Estimate the duration of  Schedule  project activities. What is Project Management?                                       Report on Training Workshop for Project Management 2.  Programs  are  generally  much  larger  efforts  than  projects with a longer duration. The proper  Management  sequence of these activities  and develop and control the  project schedule.    DETAIL TOPICS DISCUSSED ON PROJECT MANAGEMENT: A. CONCEPT AND FRAMEWORK Presentation on Team Building was structured into three (3) modules namely: What is Project Management? Difference between Project and Program. and quality through project management processes • Why is Project Management Important?  o Excellent product quality   o Adequate communication  o Reducing risks  4. project scope.  • Project management is that discipline that employs skills and knowledge to achieve project goals through various project activities.  specific  performance  time  frames  and  objectives  are  how  projects  differ  from  programs. risks.     Page | 6 . Project Management Skills and Overview of Project Life Cycle.   • Relative  to  projects.  they  are  ongoing  rather  than  temporary efforts. Summary detailing the discussions on the modules are presented in the boxes following: Box 1: Modules on Team Building                                                            1. It involves controlling costs.  3.  Overview of Project Life Cycle.  Difference between Project and Program • Limited. time.

 The tool was also used to ascertain  the ages of participant and how long they have worked with the respective District Assemblies.      Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 7 .  3. Identify and discuss two importance of project management.  2.   1.  The  lesson drawn here was: participants should “think  outside  the  box”.  Figure 1: Seven questions                Discover Yourself  ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ State your age  Multiply by 2  Add 5  Multiply your answer by 50  Add number of years worked with the Municipal  Assembly  ƒ Add number of days in a normal year  ƒ Subtract 615 from you answer    a)  Activity 2:   “Group Exercise 1”: Participants were asked to answer the following questions.  monitoring  and  maintaining  them. Identify  Five  Management  Skills  that  each  PM  requires  to  effectively  and  successfully  manage  a  Project.    ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN DURING THE TRAINING SESSIONS ARE PRESENTED AS FOLLOWS:  a)   Activity 1:   “Discover  Yourself”:  Facilitators  used  “seven  questions”  shown  below  on  figure  1  to  demonstrate  how  participants  can  discover  themselves  by  developing  systems.  Mention two projects that you would like to undertake.

Definition Phase                                       2. PROJECT PHASES   The  presentation  on  the  Project  Phases  was  organized  into  four  (4)  modules  namely:  Definition  Phase.  Execution Phase    Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 8 . Execution Phase and Closeout Phase.   Summary  detailing  the  discussions  on  the  modules  on  the  Project  Phases  are  presented  in  the  boxes  following:  Box 3: Modules for Project Phases                        1.A.  Planning Phase    3.  Planning Phase.

  Figure  6  demonstrates  the  stakeholders map as drawn by participants.  Closeout Phase          Activities undertaken during the training sessions are presented as follows:      a)  Activity 1:   Participants  were  asked  to  use  the  Stakeholders  Map  to  identify  the  stakeholders  in  the  “Mathematics  and  English  Quiz  for  students  in  the  Awutu‐Senya  District”.  The group’s presentations are summarized in the boxes below.  c)  Activity 2:   Groups  of  participants  were  asked  to  identify  a  project  and  outline  the  components  of  each  of  the  four project phases.    Figure 2: Stakeholders Map    Head teachers       Student District Education   Directorate  Sponsors            Stakeholders  PTA  DCE  Chiefs & Opinion leaders NGOs  The exercise enabled participants to appreciate the importance of stakeholders and their roles in the  success of a project.    4.      Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 9 .

II. there are good reasons for  the usual format of a report. Proposal Writing   Report Writing.Box 4: Group Presentations on Project Phases    PROPOSAL AND REPORT WRITING Presentation on this section was structured into two (2) modules namely:   I.     Summary detailing the discussions on the modules are presented in the boxes following:    Box 5: Modules on Proposal and Report Writing    Details of a Proposal • • • • • The proposal may contain the following components. Sections that may  be included are. • • • • 2. Title Project Overview Background Information/Statement of the Problem Project Detail  o Goals and Objective  o Target  o Methods/Approach  o Activities  o Expect Output  o Staff/Administration  Available Resources  Needed Resources  o Personnel  o Facilities  o Equipment/Supplies/Communication  o Budget  Evaluation Plan  Appendices    3.  • Title  • Authors  • Abstract /Executive Summary (Optional)  • Table of contents  • Introduction  • Methodology / Approach  • Challenges and Lessons Learnt  • Field Work  • Data Analysis and Interpretations  • Results and discussion (Summary of Findings)  • Summary/conclusions  • References  • Appendices (if used)  Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 10 . Details of a Report Whilst not mandatory.

Summaries the Budget in a tabular form.     2.   Answers                                          The answers were presented in the following boxes:   Project Log frame  Goal:    Objective   Activity   Expected  Outcome   1:       2:       3:                    Name     Qualifications   Staffing  Role   Man‐ Days  Rate                               Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 11 .  3. Draw a Gaunt Chart to represent the project Time Schedule.  4.   “In  the  table  below.   1.  See  if  you  can  discern the pattern and fill in the missing number in the bottom row”.   7  3  6  4  9  5  8  8  7  10  4    Answer  • • • (7×4)‐8 = 20   (3×9)‐7 = 20   (?x8)‐4 = 20  ?    a)  Activity 2:   Participants were asked to answer the following questions.  each  row  across follows  the  same  pattern of  numbers.    The exercise was used to prepare participants to learn how to write Project Proposal. Provide a table that summaries the details of the project staff. Identify a log frame that links the project goal to objective.  Activities undertaken during the training sessions are presented as follows:  b)  Activity 1:   The following activity was undertaken by participants before the introduction of the system concept. activities and expected outcome.

    The exercise was used to prepare participants to enable them write winnable project proposals. Greater Accra Region   Group 3 Project Title: To educate and sentisitise Parents and leaders in Bortinaor Community ob the importance of Child Education Group 4 Project Title: To educate and sentisitise Women and Gender Groups in Weija Community on the new law on Domestic Violence and other legal and Human Rights issues Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 12 .   At  six  (6)  group  levels  participants.Gannt Chart (Time Scheduling)     Activity   Mont h1  Month  2  Month  3      Month  4  Activity  1 Com.  as  part  of  learning  outcomes.  The  following  project  implementation  areas  were  developed and presented :  Group 1 Project Topic: To Improve Sanitation At The Kaneshie Market Complex Group 2 Project Title: To Reduce Teenage Pregnancy In Oblogo Community In The GA South Municipal Assembly.  Entry  2 Items  Days   Unit cost    Total  1: Community  Entry   2:   3   4                       3   4   Total       a)  Activity 3:           Budgeting  “Group Exercise 3”: Participants were asked to answer the following questions. write a brief project proposal.   ¾ Using the identified project from Group Work 2.  developed  proposals  that  they  would  implement  within  their  localities  and  report  on.

III.To improve environmental sanitation and protect water bodies in new Aplaku Community in Ga South Municipal Assembly Group 6: Project Title:. share experiences and document lessons. II. Materials Services Cash Implementation of small projects Currently participants brought together in six (6) groups are in the field implementing the programs they developed and for with support seed money and services are being provided. It is expected that by the end of March. participants will re-converge and present progress or final Reports of activities. 2010 Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 13 . participants will be issued with certificates after which a final report will be submitted to PMIEF in by 7th April.Group 5: Project Title:. made up of six start up projects as a means of putting into real practical use the knowledge acquired participants were supported to fine tune their proposal for small-project implementation Outline of small projects are below: Small Project Support The projects received support from IMPACT/PMIEF in the form of: I.  The Groups presentations are attached as Appendix IV. Closing Ceremony: At closing ceremony that will follow.  SMALL GRANTS OR SEED MONEY TO IMPLEMENT PROJECTS   To support participants.To Educate Electorate At Kasoa On Governance Issues And Civic Rights And Responsibilities   Pictures of some training activities are attached as Appendix III.

their likes and dislikes and how they intend to translate and particularize the lessons and skills acquired from the training to the real work situation. Other areas participants were asked to comment on are: • • • What did they like best about the workshop? How can organizers improve on the workshop? What other comments would they like to offer the workshop organizers? The participants’ end-of-training evaluation required participants to provide information on how beneficial the various training activities have been to them. It deviated from the traditional training method that treated the participant as a recipient of directions and content and made use of the Malcolm Knowles’ adult learning method (andragogy) which: • • • • Provide participants with the need to know why they are learning. people and resources to achieve the optimum. the participants’ response to the evaluation questions are summarized in the table following: Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 14 . Allow participants to bring more work-related experiences into the learning situation. Training effectiveness is thus dependent to a large extent on the training methodology and delivery. The workshop was effectively designed to conform to the Instructional Design Process so as to facilitate participants learning of job-related competencies.3.  EVALUATION OF TRAINING ACTIVITIES  Learning is an important aspect of any training program that is.1  Participants Evaluation  Participants’ analysis of training evaluation revealed they have acquired practical tools and knowledge for better management of self. But more importantly is getting trainees to apply what have been learnt first to self and more importantly on the job (transfer of training). Allow participants to enter into a learning experience with a problem-centered approach to learning. Participants were however quick in pointing out how easy their acquired knowledge and skill could be transferred to the job as a result of the following. skills and ultimately behaviors that are critical for successful job performance. which included knowledge. 1) Presentation style • Humorous • Interesting • Participatory 2) Workshop methodology • Practical 3) Programme Content • Detailed and Relevant • Challenging 4) Workshop Environment was • Serene • Conducive Specifically. Provide participants with the need to be self-directed. learning must occur for training to be effective. 3.

4. Participants should be involved in organizing such workshops to ensure full participation. It was also evident that the time allotted to the training programme in relation to the expectations and content was not enough. The discussions were very practical and a true reflection of what is pertaining at the moment. The presentations were very detailed and good. selection and implementation. 3. 5. 1. Excellent materials and presentation 8. It should be organized every quarter with more participants. 4. all participants became very active in the training and were willing to learn more about themselves and others in an effort to improve situations in a working environment. The workshop period should be extended to five days.  • CHALLENGES AND PROBLEMS  The observed challenges during the programme were basically over-generalization of critical issues within the training – although all participants share the view that there are problems relating to project identification.1   Consultants Evaluation  • • Participation was very high. 5. Opportunity to interact with almost every kind of person 6. •   4. More teasers should be used in the workshop. Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 15 .Table 1: Summary of End-of-Training Evaluation What Did You Best Liked About The Workshop How Can We Improve On The Workshop What Other Comments Would You Like To Offer The Workshop Organizers 1. The facilitators were very good and interacted well with participants 9. On the average 95% of all participants attended the training workshop. working through what these problems are and how they affect initiatives was challenging and valuable. Good atmosphere/Good humor/Relax approach. The workshop should be organized every year. Much was accomplished under pressures of short timelines for each thematic area. Certificate of participation should be given to participants immediately after the programme. 2. Experience sharing by participants. The rest 5% could not attend because of other engagements that were equally important. 3. Follow ups should be done to ensure that what was learnt at the workshop is being implemented. 3. It was very educative 2.     3. 4. The teasers used were very good. Invitation to participants should be sent on time. 7. 2. The workshop manuals should be given to us before we start the sessions to enable us better participate. Discussions and work in small groups as well as discussions in plenary 1. Once introduced to the participatory methodology. The participatory nature of the workshop and the experience showing by participants and facilitators 10.

™ A series of workshop on the same topic (Project Management) should be organized for youth of various groups. though participants agreed that the topics treated were relevant. the workshop could be rated successful.    RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE WAY FORWARD   ™ Another workshop should be organized to evaluate the implementation of the proposed project that participants were assigned to undertake as per their project proposal. participants’ comments and evaluation confirmed that they were satisfied with the training programmes as per each thematic area. schools. methods used in facilitation and resource materials provided. to encourage more youth to undertake local projects to help their communities by so doing creating jobs for themselves.       Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 16 . another workshop should be organized on Team Building and working in a Team. they were of the opinion that more days were required for deeper analysis and further deliberation. Generally. churches. ™ Organizers should provide support to participants to undertake their projects. especially the topics treated. 5. 6.    CONCLUSION   By far. associations etc….• Behaviors exhibited during the workshop that slowed down the process for the large group included participants coming and going from the training room and comments about the process before we had reached a point of usefulness with an activity or discussion. ™ Since there were challenges during the group work. The experience and maturity of Facilitators proved very valuable here so as to keep the workshop on track and useful to the majority of participants. In addition.

High School Student – High School Student – High School Student – High School Student – High School Leaver .High School Student – High School Leaver .High School Student – High School Leaver .APPENDICES  Appendix I: List of Participants                            No  Name  Gender Age Background   001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017 018 019 020 021 022 023 024 025 026 027 028 029 030 031 032 033 034 035 036 037 038 039 Eunice Baffoe-Eghan Benjamin Kwesi Obu Paa Kwesi Otu Ernest Owusu-Bempa Bright Nanegbe Bright Asante-Ansong Nora Marmon-Halm Albert Gyan-Ofosu Esther Ohemaa Nimako Esther Dagadu Ampadu Mark-Nelson Isaac Sakye Okyere Dennis Norviewu Michael Tetteh Attoh Genevieve Adama Janet Nimako Akosua Adu Kofi Baiden Victoria Worgbah Amaneng Kwarteng Godwin Kofi Agbemenya Gyamfuah Sandra Rebecca Sey Georgina Olebu Diana Mohammed Roger Mensah Gladstone Acquah Joyce Mensah Millicent Owusu Daniel Worgbah Enoch Bema Felicia Osei Joseph Opey Akua Adjeiwa Fati Alhassan Kwesi Amissah Titus Adarkwa Sampa Futu Staphanie Osei Female Male Male Male Male Male Female Male Female Female Male Male Male Male Female Female Female Male Female Male Male Female Female Female Female Male Male Female Female Male Male Female Male Female Female Male Male Male Female 20 19 21 22 19 20 19 19 18 20 17 21 19 19 18 19 22 21 23 18 23 24 17 18 19 19 24 22 18 21 18 19 21 23 18 21 20 19 18 Leaver .High School Leaver .High School Leaver .High School Leaver .High School Student – High School Leaver .High School Student – High School Student – High School Student – High School Tertiary Level Leaver .High School CBO Member CBO Member Student – High School Leaver – High School Leaver – High School Student – High School Tertiary Level Education Tertiary Level Education Student – High School Leaver – High School Student – High School Student – High School Leaver – High School CBO Member Student – High School CBO Member CBO Member High School Leaver Student – High School Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 17 .

Appendix II: Workshop Time Table      Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 18 .

  Charles Baiden stressed the  imporance of the training  and recommended PMIEF         .Appendix III: Pictures of Training Activities    Opening Ceremony             Left: Executive Director of  IMPACT. Mrs. Angela  Adama gives background of  Program  and welcomes  Participants to the Training                   Vice‐President  of IMPACT.

  Above and below: Self‐introduction by participants             Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 20 .

  Training session delivery by key facilitator. Kwabena Owusu‐Mensah             Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 21 .

                                        Above and below:  Group – work and  discussions by  participants         Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 22 .

  Facilitator making presentations at sessions       Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 23 .

   Above & below: Angela Adama. Co‐facilitator maing presentations at training sessions         Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 24 .

          Above: Program was participatory as participants contribute at group   discussions as Facilitator observes their deliberations  Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 25 .

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    participants present report of their group work          Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 28 .

    Above and below: Ice – breaking exercises to keep participants p and active              Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 29 .

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                    Above: Facilitator Kwabena  Owusu Mensah observes participants discuss   group proposals     Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 31 .

 Co‐ facilitator at the  Training Program  Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 32 .          Left and below: Mrs.  Angela Adama.

  • Participants develop their Project proposals to be implement as practical   aspect  of the training. working in sub‐groups          Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 33 .

      Above: Genevieve presents their proposals on behalf of her group        Above: One partipants Kofi Kwarteng. sings and plays guitar to express   appreciation to IMPACT and PMIEF for the opportunity to participate in   training     Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 34 .

  Above & below: Two of the groups (1and 3) receive their cash support to   Implement  small projects           Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 35 .

IV: Presentation on Project Proposal Writing    Report on Training Workshop for Project Management Page | 36 .

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