Proposal Writing

Proposal Writing

Project Management and Programme Quality

Good proposals get the backing; bad ones don’t. The ability to deliver a successful humanitarian project depends heavily on the quality of a proposal. This course will develop the design and writing of high quality project proposals that are compelling and motivate a stakeholder  to take action.

Main Objectives:

  • Using tools of project planning and management such as the logic model, stakeholder analysis, problem tree, and risk analysis to produce
    a proposal that uses appropriate language, layout and structure and so is logical and persuasive and as a result, ultimately gains the desired backing.
  • Know the how, when and who for communicating with funders during the grant process.
  • Adapt proposals to meet the requirements and expectations of different donors and partners.

Who will benefit from this course?

Those who develop proposals and anybody who has to contribute to this process

By the end of the course participants will be able to:

  • Identify key components in good quality project proposals.
  • Produce a proposal that is logically written by introducing the problem, conducting need assessment and recommending solutions.
  • Use various tools of project planning and management such as logic model, stakeholder analysis, problem tree and risk analysis.
  • Adapt proposals to meet the requirements and expectations of different donors and partners.
  • Use appropriate language, layout and structure in writing proposals.

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