Democracy Development Programme
The Democracy Development Programme (DDP) was initiated in 1993 as a partner project of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation of Germany. For the last 19 years it has been a non-partisan nonprofit organisation, supporting capacity building on governance and civil society levels to ensure that both are empowered for meaningful participation in South Africa’s social transformation.
DDP is hosting a two-day workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation (M & E) from 19-20 July 2012 in Durban.
By the end of this workshop the participants will have:
- A conceptual and practical understanding of M & E as a practice;
- Reflected and assessed how M & E is happening in their own projects/organisations;
- Applied new insights to develop intentions and plans to improve their project’s/organisation’s M & E practice.
About the Facilitator
Sunjay Panday has worked in the development sector for 20 years. During this period he has gained extensive experience in the fields of project planning/development and management, administration, financial management, fundraising, monitoring and evaluation, public sector reform and general management.
He has assisted many NGOs in setting up monitoring and evaluation systems. With specific reference to the Logical Framework Approach (LFA) to Project Planning and Management, has worked extensively in this discipline with various NGOs, development agencies as well as some government departments.
Sunjay has extensive work experience in Africa including co-training on an introduction to facilitation and OD over 2 years, training the FDP and worked on a bilateral project between the governments of South Africa and South Sudan. A major deliverable was the development of a strategic plan for South Sudan’s Ministry of Human Resource Development.
Time: 8h00 – 16h00
Costs: R1 000 per person
Upon receipt of the application form an invoice will be sent with banking details for payment. Payment must be made to DDP no later than the 11 July 2012 or your place will be forfeited.
Tel: 031 304 9305
Fax: 031 306 2261
For more about the Democracy Development Programme, refer to www.ddp.org.za.