PMD Pro: an action plan “Our first PMD Pro training session took place in Johannesburg, in 2010,” says Nano Ngwane. Over the next four years over 300 people – staff from World Vision and…

PMD Pro: a common language After evaluating several training options, in 2011 Mercy Corps chose PMD Pro as the foundation of a new approach to project management. In a new, organization-wide initiative (Project Management…

PMD Pro: a practical approach “The PMD Pro course is very much respected and very practical as it offers a wide range of tools that will help to ensure that projects are delivered on…

PMD Pro: a great investment “We were introduced to the PMD Pro process in April 2013 after attending a capacity building workshop with InsideNGO in New York,” says Adriana Garcia-DeVun, Americas Director of Programs….

PMD Pro: a shared experience “We were clear from the outset that the PMD Pro approach should be different. We could have focussed on delivering standard training courses for NGOs but we wanted to…

PMD Pro: an affordable opportunity The Asociación VISION para el Desarrollo (ASOVID) is a Guatemala-based nonprofit and training organization. Working in rural and urban areas, it creates the means by which women and men…

PMD Pro: an answer to the challenge “This is the best thing that has ever happened to project management in the development sector, says Clement from World Vision’s Zambia team. “It is the reason…

PMD Pro: an on-time solution “We have engaged with PMD Pro in East Africa for three years now, training over 200 staff in Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, Somalia, Tanzania, South Sudan and Sudan,” says Jennifer…

PMD Pro: a community development tool AMA, the Highland Women’s Association, was set up in 1994 by Mayan women from rural communities in Western Guatemala. Economic and social pressures, and changing weather patterns have…