These quick guides for busy readers are a good option if you would like to first read a brief introduction to our guides,  accessing an overview that will help you to decide if the full guide is suitable for you, your organization, and your team. 

Please remember: these are not the full guides and reading them is neither enough as preparation for certification exams nor application of their tools and techniques. They will give you a good overview of each guide and will help you to decide if the full guide is suitable for you, your organization, and your team.

This pamphlet is a brief introduction to PM4NGOs’ Project Management for Development Professionals Guide (Project DPro), which is for:

  • Project Managers and team members who are new to project management;
  • Project Managers and team members who are new to the development sector;
  • Development sector professionals who intend to pursue professional credentials in project management;
  • Consultants/contract staff operating in the development sector.

It will give you a good overview of Project DPro (PMD Pro) and will help you to decide if the full guide is suitable for you, your organization, and your team. If you would like to download and read the full guide, please access the Project DPro page.

   

This pamphlet is a brief introduction to PM4NGOs’ Program Management for Development Professionals Guide (Program DPro), which is for:

  • Experienced Program Managers to provide a valuable source of advice, tools, and frameworks for understanding the work they already do;
  • Aspiring Program Managers to help them gain the insight they need to make informed decisions about whether or not to pursue roles at this level;
  • Country and Regional Directors to provide a useful resource in shaping the types of roles needed in their teams;
  • Recruiters to benefit from insight into the skills and competencies outlined for these roles;
  • Advisory and support teams will find it a helpful guide to working effectively with their Program Manager;
  • Individuals and organizations including development, humanitarian, or environment professionals working at the local, national, or international levels.

It will give you a good overview of Program DPro and will help you to decide if the full guide is suitable for you, your organization, and your team. If you would like to download and read the full guide, please access the Program DPro page.

   

This pamphlet is a brief introduction to Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning for Humanitarian and Development Professionals Guide (MEAL DPro).

The Guide to the MEAL DPro helps teams design, plan and implement monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning (MEAL) in their projects by providing clear, practical guidance and tools for project team members. The Guide will also help MEAL officers who may be new to the sector or new to the job. As a project manager or project team member, you will collaborate with MEAL technical specialists to ensure that your systems are strong and that your MEAL data are timely and accurate.

This quick guide will give you a good overview of MEAL DPro and will help you to decide if the full guide is suitable for you, your organization, and your team. 

This pamphlet is a brief introduction to PM4NGOs’ Financial Management for Humanitarian and Development Professionals Guide (Finance DPro Guide), which:

  • Enables effective and efficient use of resources to achieve goals and fulfill obligations to all stakeholders
  • Promotes accountability to funders and other stakeholders
  • Encourages the respect and confidence of funding agencies, partners, and beneficiaries
  • Provides an advantage in the competition for increasingly scarce resources
  • Prepares the ground for longer-term financial sustainability.

It will give you a good overview of Finance DPro and will help you to decide if the full guide is suitable for you, your organization, and your team. If you would like to download and read the full guide, please access the Finance DPro page.

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