Parceria Enactus Brasil e PM4NGOs

Parceria Enactus Brasil e PM4NGOs

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Trabalhando em Conjunto para melhor Apoiar os Gerentes de Projetos Sociais do Futuro

A Enactus Brasil e o PM4NGOs firmaram parceria neste mês de novembro para ampliar a promoção e compartilhamento de metodologias e boas práticas com estudantes da Rede Enactus no Brasil. 

A Enactus Brasil é parte do programa Enactus, presente em 36 países ao redor do mundo. Trata-se de uma rede de estudantes, líderes executivos e líderes acadêmicos, que fornece uma plataforma para os universitários criarem projetos de desenvolvimento comunitário que colocam capacidade e talento das pessoas em foco.

Os 2.800 estudantes universitários que participam do Programa da Enactus Brasil e desenvolvem mais de 210 projetos, serão acompanhados de perto e receberão apoio do representante do PM4NGOs no Brasil, Dov Rosemann. “O perfil dos estudantes que participam do programa é de pessoas engajadas com os desafios socioambientais de nossos tempos. Colaborar com essa geração de futuros líderes é ao mesmo tempo uma honra e uma ação estratégica para o desenvolvimento de uma cidadania ativa e responsável”, afirma Dov.

Além do acesso aos guias de boas práticas PMD Pro[1]e PgMD Pro[2], todas as metodologias e ferramentas do PM4NGOs, os estudantes que obtiverem a certificação uma das certificações do PM4NGOs terão acesso ao programa de integração e desenvolvimento profissional contínuo PMD Pro+.

Segundo Vitor Vannucchi Ungari, Gerente de Programas da Enactus Brasil, “através da ação empreendedora e sustentabilidade, os projetos buscam melhorar a vida de comunidades em situação de vulnerabilidade social. Os desafios são muitos e a complexidade é grande, mas sabemos que não mudaremos nada sem colocar as ideias em prática e executar nossos sonhos grandes. A parceria entre PM4NGOs e Enactus ajudará a profissionalizar ainda mais os projetos, buscando melhorar o desenvolvimento dos estudantes e consequentemente o valor gerado nas mais diferentes comunidades”.

Sobre a Enactus Brasil

Enactus é uma organização internacional sem fins lucrativos dedicada a inspirar os alunos a melhorar o mundo através da Ação Empreendedora.

A Enactus Brasil é um dos 36 países ao redor do mundo que opera o programa Enactus. Somos uma rede de estudantes, líderes executivos e líderes acadêmicos, onde fornecemos uma plataforma para os universitários criarem projetos de desenvolvimento comunitário que colocam capacidade e talento das pessoas em foco. Com isso, nossos alunos fazem da Ação Empreendedora a ferramenta que transforma vidas. E a transformação acontece dos dois lados: as pessoas que servimos e os alunos, que desenvolvem valores para se tornarem os verdadeiros líderes do futuro.

Assim como no mundo dos negócios, acreditamos que a competição estimula a criatividade e recompensa resultados. Para a Enactus, isso significa mais vidas impactadas. Uma série anual de campeonatos nacionais fornece um fórum para as equipes mostrarem o impacto de seus projetos, que são avaliados por executivos. O Time Campeão Nacional avança para a prestigiada Enactus World Cup, onde tem a oportunidade de vivenciar a celebração da excelência e colaboração.

www.enactus.org.br

Sobre o PM4NGOs

O PM4NGOs é uma organização sem fins lucrativos internacional que almeja por um mundo sustentável e equilibrado onde o investimento social em projetos e programas alcança o maior impacto possível.

O PM4NGOs promove a excelência na gestão de projetos e programas através da criação e desenvolvimento de guias boas práticas para profissionais de desenvolvimento social, certificação para aqueles trabalhando no setor social que desejam adquirir uma qualificação internacionalmente reconhecida, e mantém um fórum para comunicação e discussão sobre as melhores práticas para o setor de desenvolvimento social.

A missão do PM4NGOs é promover e apoiar o profissionalismo da gestão de programas e projetos no setor internacional de desenvolvimento social.

www.pm4ngos.org

[1]Gestão de Projetos para Profissionais de Desenvolvimento Social

[2]Gestão de Programas para Profissionais de Desenvolvimento Social

Enactus Brasil and PM4NGOs partnership

Enactus Brasil and PM4NGOs partnership

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Working Together to better Support the Future Social Development Project Managers

Enactus Brasil and PM4NGOs announce their partnership to share methodologies and best practices with the students of the Enactus Brazil Network.

Enactus Brasil part of the Enactus Program, present at 36 countries across the globe. The program is a network composed by students, executive and academic leaders, that offer a platform for university students create and implement community development projects, with focus on people talents and capabilities.

The 2,800 university students who participate in the Enactus Brasil Program and implement over 210 projects will receive close support and guidance from the PM4NGOs represent at Brazil, Dov Rosemann. “The students who attend the program have a socio-environmental engagement profile, focused on actual challenges. Collaborating with these future leaders is not only an honour but also a strategic action to develop responsible and proactive citizens”, says Dov.

Besides accessing the PMD Pro[1]and PgMD Pro[2]best practices guides, other PM4NGOs methodologies and tools, students who acquire one of the PM4NGOs certifications will have access to the continuing professional development program PMD Pro+

According to Vitor Vannucchi Ungari, Enactus Brasil Program Manager, “through sustainable entrepreneurship actions, projects seek to improve socially vulnerable communities living conditions. There are many challenges and the context is complex, but we know we will not change anything without changing our ideas in real actions. The partnership with between PM4NGOs and Enactus will help to make our projects even more professionals, improving students’ development and, as a consequence, generating earned value in the communities we support.”

 

About Enactus Brasil

Enactus is an international non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring students to improve the world through Entrepreneurship Action.

Enactus Brasil part of the Enactus Program, present at 36 countries across the globe. The program is a network composed by students, executive and academic leaders, that offer a platform for university students create and implement community development projects, with focus on people talents and capabilities.

Our Students make the Entrepreneurship Action the tool that change lives. The transformation happens on both sides: people we serve and students, who develop values to become the true leaders of the future.

Likewise the business world, we believe competition stimulates creativity and generate results. To Enactus, this belief means impact to a bigger number of lives. A series of annual national contests provides a platform to Enactus teams present their projects’ impact, evaluated by executive professionals. The national winner team moves forward to the Enactus World Cup, giving this team an opportunity to experience and celebrate the excellence in cooperation.

www.enactus.org.br

 

About PM4NGOs

PM4NGOs is an international non-profit organization that seeks for an equitable and sustainable world where social investment achieves the greatest impact.

PM4NGOs promotes excellence in the management of social investment projects and programmes through the creation and development of best practice guidance for development professionals, certification schemes for those working in the sector who will be proud to hold an internationally recognized qualification and a forum for communication and discussion about international development sector best practice.

The PM4NGOs mission is to promote and sustain the professionalism of program and project management in the international development sector.

www.pm4ngos.org

 

[1]Gestão de Projetos para Profissionais de Desenvolvimento Social

[2]Gestão de Programas para Profissionais de Desenvolvimento Social

Parceria Itaú Social e PM4NGOs

Parceria Itaú Social e PM4NGOs

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Fortalecimento da Gestão de Projetos Sociais no Brasil e no Mundo

A Fundação Itaú Social e o PM4NGOs firmaram parceria neste mês de outubro para promover e compartilhar metodologias, boas práticas, ferramentas, e conteúdos de gestão de projetos e programas sociais, ampliando as opções de desenvolvimento dos profissionais e organizações apoiadas pelas duas instituições. A Fundação Itaú Social, suas iniciativas e parceiros terão acesso aos guias de boas práticas PMD Pro[1]e PgMD Pro[2], todas as metodologias e ferramentas do PM4NGOs, e ao programa de integração e desenvolvimento profissional contínuo PMD Pro+.

Da mesma forma, os mais de 19 mil profissionais certificados na metodologia PMD Pro terão acesso às publicações e vídeos compartilhados pela Fundação Itaú Social e poderão se inscrever para os cursos oferecidos pela Rede de Avaliação Econômica de Projetos Sociais da Fundação.

Além do intercâmbio de técnicas e ferramentas de gestão, as organizações pretendem colaborar na tradução e desenvolvimento de novas metodologias. “Acreditamos que a experiência e conhecimento da equipe do Itaú Social é fundamental para novas metodologias que venhamos a desenvolver e para aprimorar as já existentes, e esperamos poder contribuir fortalecendo os projetos de da Fundação”, afirma Edson Marinho, Diretor Executivo do PM4NGOs.

Sobre a Fundação Itaú Social

O Itaú Social desenvolve, implementa e compartilha tecnologias sociais para contribuir com a melhoria da educação pública brasileira. Sua atuação está pautada no desenvolvimento de programas sociais, no fomento a organizações da sociedade civil e na realização de pesquisas e avaliações.

Juntamente com uma rede de parceiros, fornecedores e colaboradores, trabalha para que municípios, estados e União se unam para entregar aquilo que é direito de todos: acesso à educação com aprendizagem adequada, sem restrição de tempo, espaço, raça, cor ou gênero.

Por entender que a educação pública demanda uma organização coletiva, o Itaú Social convida todos os interessados para, juntos, criar e fazer prosperar um Polo de Desenvolvimento Educacional, de forma que seja possível formar cidadãos capazes de construir a nação que todos almejam.

www.itausocial.org.br

Sobre o PM4NGOs

O PM4NGOs é uma organização sem fins lucrativos internacional que almeja por um mundo sustentável e equilibrado onde o investimento social em projetos e programas alcança o maior impacto possível.

O PM4NGOs promove a excelência na gestão de projetos e programas através da criação e desenvolvimento de guias boas práticas para profissionais de desenvolvimento social, certificação para aqueles trabalhando no setor social que desejam adquirir uma qualificação internacionalmente reconhecida, e mantém um fórum para comunicação e discussão sobre as melhores práticas para o setor de desenvolvimento social.

A missão do PM4NGOs é promover e apoiar o profissionalismo da gestão de programas e projetos no setor internacional de desenvolvimento social.

www.pm4ngos.org

[1]Gestão de Projetos para Profissionais de Desenvolvimento Social

[2]Gestão de Programas para Profissionais de Desenvolvimento Social

Itaú Social and PM4NGOs partnership

Itaú Social and PM4NGOs partnership

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Partnership Strengthens Development Project Management in Brazil and the World

The Itaú Social Foundation and PM4NGOs established partnership to promote and share development project and program management methodologies, best practices, tools, and other content. The partnership will increase development opportunities for professionals and organizations supported by both organizations.

The Itaú Social Foundation, its initiatives and partners will have access to PMD Pro[1]and PgMD Pro[2]best practices guides, all PM4NGos methodologies and tools, and to the continuing professional development program PMD Pro+

Likewise, the 19 thousands certified PMD Professionals will have access to Itaú Social Foundation publications and videos, and they will be able to register to training courses offered by the Development Project Economic Evaluation Network.

Beyond the management techniques and tools exchange, the organizations intend to cooperate on translating and developing new methodologies. “We believe that the Itaú Social team knowledge and experience is most valuable for new methodologies that we develop and to improve the ones we already have. We also hope to contribute on strengthening the projects supported by the Foundation˜, says Edson Marinho, PM4NGOs Executive Director.

 

About Itaú Social 

Itaú Social develops, implements, and share social development technologies to contribute to an improvement of Brazilian public education. The Foundation work is based on social development programs, promoting civil society organization, and implementing researches and evaluations.

Collaboratively with a network of partners, service providers, and contributors, Itaú Social efforts aim the integration of Brazilian federal government and municipalities to deliver what is everyone’s right: access to proper and adequate education, with no restriction of time, space, ethnic, origin or gender.

Understanding that public education demands a collective organization, Itaú Social invite all interested individuals and organizations to jointly create and make prosper a Development Education cluster, to make it possible develop citizens able to build the nation everybody wishes for.

www.itausocial.org.br

 

About PM4NGOs

PM4NGOs is an international non-profit organization that seeks for an equitable and sustainable world where social investment achieves the greatest impact.

PM4NGOs promotes excellence in the management of social investment projects and programmes through the creation and development of best practice guidance for development professionals, certification schemes for those working in the sector who will be proud to hold an internationally recognized qualification and a forum for communication and discussion about international development sector best practice.

The PM4NGOs mission is to promote and sustain the professionalism of program and project management in the international development sector.

www.pm4ngos.org

 

[1]Project Management for Development Professionals

[2]Program Management for Development Professionals

Introduction to Agile Project Management

Introduction to Agile Project Management

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by Peter Marlow

Agile is defined as “relating to or denoting a method of project management, used especially for software development, that is characterized by the division of tasks into short phases of work [delivering value early and often] and frequent reassessment and adaptation of plans”. Agile concepts can be applied to many projects and can achieve better outcomes than more traditional methods.

In every project the project manager’s challenge is to balance the triple constraints of Time, Cost and Scope (see section 1.3 of the PMD Pro Guide). Each of these constraints is connected to the others. Whenever one of these constraints is restricted or extended, the other constraints will also need to be extended/increased or restricted/reduced.

The project manager needs to understand the relationships and trade-offs that exist between each of the constraints and agree priorities with stakeholders before the project is launched. It’s often hard to change these once the project is in progress.

Generally, donors and stakeholders can be inflexible about the project scope, so time and cost have to be adjusted to balance the triple constraint and build an acceptable plan. The problem is that circumstances often change during projects that impose a change of scope. This forces a difficult rebalancing process, which, if unsuccessful, causes time delays and cost overruns – and unhappy stakeholders.

The Agile approach to Project Management turns this approach upside down:

• Time is fixed by dividing the project into short fixed time iterations;
• Cost of resources is fixed;
• Scope is variable. It focuses on the highest priority requirements, with the expectation that the scope will evolve as the project progresses.

There is a decision gate at the end of each iteration to re-prioritize existing requirements, to consider any new ones as the project moves forward, and to plan the next iteration. It’s a form of rolling-wave planning. The aim is to deliver the most important requirements within the budgeted cost and time, but maybe not all the requirements. For this process to work it has to be highly collaborative. It’s essential that project stakeholders are closely involved, particularly users.

With this approach, donors and stakeholders will be more confident approving the project because costs and schedules are defined up front and the overall risk is lower. Hopefully, donors and stakeholders will accept that they can’t have everything, but what they do get will meet the main objectives of the project. So ultimately, the Agile approach to project management can result in a more successful outcome.

The essential element of the Agile process is to be able to prioritize the project’s requirements into four categories of importance:

• Must have – these requirements are guaranteed to be delivered;
• Should have;
• Could have;
• Won’t have at this time.

This is known as the MoSCoW priorization (the term MoSCoW itself is an acronym derived from the first letter of each of four prioritization categories). This process can be difficult as stakeholders often prioritize all their requirements as Must Have! A rule of thumb is that typically the ‘Must have’ requirements should take 60% of the project effort whereas the ‘Could have’ requirements will take no more than 20% of effort in each iteration.

Agile focuses on small incremental changes. The challenge can be that the bigger picture can become lost and create uncertainty amongst stakeholders. Building consensus takes time and challenges many norms and expectations. Resource costs can be higher; for example, co-locating teams or investing in infrastructure for them to work together remotely. The onus can be perceived to shift from the empowered end-user to the empowered project team with a risk that benefits are lost because the project team is focussed on the wrong things.

Another criticism of Agile is that it can encourage project teams to cut corners, resulting in a poorly supported outcome. It’s important to remember that Agile projects need to be managed carefully just like any other even if they are “light touch”. For example, the necessity for heavy project documents should always be questioned with stakeholders. Things should not be done just because “we’ve always done it that way”.

The critical governance decision is to select the appropriate approach as part of the project strategy and keep this under review. Level of certainty versus time to deliver is the balance that needs to be considered when selecting suitable projects to go Agile.

Agile integrates well with PMD Pro phase model as part of the tailoring process. But before using Agile you should discuss what you are trying to do with your line management, donors and stakeholders, and seek buy-in from them. It may require a change of organizational culture to make it work!

NGOs need to be Agile to survive and thrive – Agile is for everyone, it just needs to be applied with a big dash of common sense.

So, in summary:

Agile is a way of working which initially seems to be counter-intuitive;
• It’s a mind-set that follows a philosophy and a series of principles;
• It’s flexible and adaptable to changing environments;
• It works in increments or iterations;
• You need to ruthlessly prioritize to make it work;
• Deliver little and often, test frequently to ensure greater quality;
• Needs focused, collaborative, empowered, transparent;
• With the right projects it can produce better outcomes.

With acknowledgement and thanks to the Agile Business Consortium at http://agilebusiness.org and the Association for Project Management (APM) at http://apm.org.uk

PM4NGOs: A certification also for social communicators

PM4NGOs: A certification also for social communicators

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Being part of an NGO, as member of the communication team, makes possible to apply all of your knowledge either to document the results of a project, position your brand, or make the organization known by its activities. But also, and one of the most important roles, is the good relations a communicator can build, between communities, authorities and the Organization working on different intervention areas.

For this reason, the PM4NGOS training course, becomes an excellent tool for the communicators to accompany the implementation of the projects that an Organization performs. It helps the professional to get a bigger and a detailed portrait of the intervention and how the results will, in the future, impact the lives of families and communities. This, in addition to the communications specialists’ knowledge and tools, can make possible to identify the future achievements and the improvement of live skills the project will produce in the families, making possible, this way, to get ready to know the materials that can be prepared, in different formats, in order to document, and show the results of the project.

As part of the communication team in the Organization, the specialist supports the process of evaluation, getting in touch with the families, leaders, and other actors, to identify their needs and how can these be solved. With the tools provided by PM4NGOs, the professionals can listen and identify the needs more appropriately and help them to translate them in activities.

Also, the course provides the chance to innovate and propose new projects related to communications for development, that can be led by the communications professional trained in Project Management. With PM4NGOs and the tools provided, which are flexible and simple to apply, the project can be easily monitored, being possible to execute the projects in time and in budget.

Therefore, it doesn’t matter your role in the Organization you are part of, or your position, either if you visit communities more or less often, PM4NGOs gives you the tools to understand and implement all kinds of development projects.

PM4NGO: Una certificación también para comunicadores sociales.

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Al ser parte del staff de una ONG, en el equipo de comunicación, tienes la posibilidad de aplicar todo tu conocimiento, ya sea para documentar los resultados de un proyecto, posicionar su marca o dar a conocer a la organización por sus actividades. Pero también, y uno de los roles más importantes, son las buenas relaciones que un comunicador puede construir, entre las comunidades, las autoridades y la Organización, en los diferentes lugares de intervención en los que se implementan lo programas.

Por este motivo, el curso de capacitación PM4NGOS se convierte en una herramienta excelente para que los comunicadores acompañen la implementación de los proyectos. Ayuda al profesional a obtener un retrato más amplio y detallado de la intervención y cómo los resultados, en el futuro, impactarán las vidas de las familias y las comunidades. Esto, además del conocimiento y las herramientas de los especialistas en comunicación, permite anticiparse a los logros futuros y las mejoras en la calidad de vida de las familias impactadas por el proyecto, permitiendo, de esta manera, prepararse para desarrollar distintos materiales e insumos, en diferentes formatos, para documentar, y mostrar los resultados del proyecto.

Como parte del equipo de comunicación en la Organización, el especialista apoya el proceso de evaluación, facilitando el acercamiento a las familias, los líderes y otros actores para identificar sus necesidades y cómo pueden resolverse. Con las herramientas proporcionadas por PM4NGOs, los profesionales pueden escuchar e identificar las necesidades de manera más apropiada y ayudarles a traducirlas en actividades.

Además, el curso brinda la oportunidad de innovar y proponer nuevos proyectos relacionados con la comunicación para el desarrollo, que pueden ser dirigidos por el especialista en comunicación, capacitado en gestión de proyectos. Con PM4NGO y las herramientas provistas, que son flexibles y fáciles de aplicar, el proyecto se puede monitorear fácilmente, siendo posible ejecutar los proyectos a tiempo y dentro del presupuesto.

Por lo tanto, no importa su rol en la organización, o su posición, ya sea que visite comunidades con mayor o menor frecuencia, las PM4NGO le brindan las herramientas para comprender e implementar todo tipo de proyectos de desarrollo.

Digital Badges Now Available for PMD Pro and PgMD Pro Certified Professionals

Digital Badges Now Available for PMD Pro and PgMD Pro Certified Professionals

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This article was originally published on APMG.

APMG International has launched digital badges for successful candidates to share a credential online and easily broadcast certified skills to employers and other interested parties.

Over 10,000 digital badges have been issued already!
We are delighted to announce that more than 10,000 digital badges have been issued as of June 2018!

Find out more about claiming your APMG digital badge:

Successful candidates can now claim a digital badge to embed on an email signature, website, social media platforms or a digital CV. With just one click employers, clients, customers and other interested parties can easily view and verify credentials and skills.

To deliver the digital badges, APMG has partnered with Acclaim, a global leader who supply open badges for a wide range of academic institutions and global businesses. Candidates accessing their website badges on the Acclaim platform can also access labour market insights data which tags skills earned from the certification to available jobs searchable by location, employer, and salary range. Applying for a job is just a few clicks away.

“Our open badges are secure digital representations of credentials. Through a single click employers can verify the certification, understand the qualification and something of the process required to earn it,” says Nicholas Houlton, COO, APMG International. “The badge can be easily embedded on a CV, email signature and social networking sites, including Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.”

Digital badges are available for exams currently delivered by APMG. To access their digital badge candidates must have taken their exam with APMG International from 1 January 2016 to current date.

 

Share your success on social media

Candidates can also raise their profile and share their exam success by clicking on the Twitter and LinkedIn buttons in the candidate portal. Sharing your certification success demonstrates:

  • You are committed to continual improvement
  • Your skills are current
  • You are a highly skilled professional

 

How to claim your badge

To embed your digital badge simply log into the APMG candidate portal and click on the create badge button. For full instructions visit APMG’s presentation.

Please note The certification needs to be currently available by APMG International, and the exam must have been successfully passed after 1 January 2016.

ChildFund Brazil PMO Team in Brazil Empowers Aldeias Infantis in Project Management

ChildFund Brazil PMO Team in Brazil Empowers Aldeias Infantis in Project Management

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From July 24 to 27, the Project Management Training (PMD Pro) was ministrated for 21 employees of the humanitarian organization Aldeias Infantis SOS Brazil in the city of Poá-SP. The training was facilitated by Cristiano Moura and Saulo Esteves.

Check out Josué Carvalho (National Coordinator of Monitoring and Evaluation) testimony: “The PMD Pro methodology is consistent and very tangible to our work. In addition to being experienced in activities similar to those of our organization, the facilitators demonstrated excellent mastery of the content and were very competent in transmitting it, making the classes in light moments, pleasant and very productive. I felt motivated to master the content presented, to make sure of it, and to continue to know the methodology. I am also anxious to put into practice what has been given and to obtain satisfactory results in the projects in which I am involved. “

The participants took the online international certification exam on the last day of the course.

“For some time now I’ve been looking for a way to systematize and qualify the work I do. I really enjoy planning and organization. I have always tried to bring planning and analysis tools into my daily life, but the routine and the demands always ended up surpassing the available techniques and tools. With the formation of the PMD Pro, I discovered that what I needed was not simply tools but a way of systematizing my thinking and my routine, bringing the universe of tools, indicators, processes and strategies to a structuring, planning and management logic of the projects that I have under my responsibility. A logic that, with the training, I now begin to incorporate into the daily work that I develop along with my team. Super I recommend the PMD Pro, which will be a watershed in my professional trajectory! “, Said Michèle Mansor, National Articulator of Gender Equality Policy. Continue reading “ChildFund Brazil PMO Team in Brazil Empowers Aldeias Infantis in Project Management”

PMD Pro Success Story: Malvern Marks

PMD Pro Success Story: Malvern Marks

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Name: Malvern Marks
Country: South Africa 
Study: Self-Study or Training

“I wish to express my gratitude for successfully completed my PMD Pro level 1 and 2. When I joined SOUTHERN AFRICA FEDERATION FOR THE DISABLED (SAFOD) as a volunteer resource mobilization, was introduced to the course by the Programs Manager GEORGE MWIKA KAYANGE. After going through the course curriculum available online, I found that the subject material covered to best suit my career goals.

I am in my 4th and final year for BSc project management currently volunteering under SAFOD specializing in resource mobilization for various programs and interventions that they undertake. As part of my role I liaise with the donor community regarding the programs and projects that are I would have identified as problems in relation to the United Nations policies and local governments legislations. Currently I am working on developing a monitoring and evaluation framework for SAFOD [SOUTHERN AFRICA FEDERATION OF THE DISABLED]regional NGO that advocate for inclusiveness of disability. This is currently progressing well as I am able to put into practice the knowledge that I acquired my studying of the PMD Pro course.

My responsibility, diligence and management aptitude were integral to the role, however, my efficiency in my delivery seems to be accelerated by the knowledge I have gained through training in the issues of humanitarian developmental projects I strongly recommend anyone who is looking to expand their knowledge in developmental project management to participate in this PMD Pro I am certain that the knowledge and skills learnt from my professional experience, coupled with PMD Pro program would make me a valuable to SAFOD Organization”

MAVERN MORDICAL MAKUHWA

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