Project Implementation Unit Members, Project Coordinators, Heads of Project Units, M&E Officers, MIS Officer, Finance and Administration Managers, Project Communication Officers, Project Accountants, Procurement Officers, G&V Officers, Project Supervisory Authorities, Project Officers, Operation Officers, Program Officers, Project Managers, Project Finance Officers, Officers in Federal and State Operation Coordination and Implementation Units etc.


The world faces increasing challenges every day. People are continually being exposed to violence, disaster, loss of, or separation from, family members and friends, deterioration in living conditions, inability to provide for one’s self and family, and lack of access to basic services. As a matter of fact, armed conflicts and sustained insurgency in Nigeria especially in the North-Eastern geo-political region have resulted into grave consequences on livelihood.

Despite impressive humanitarian assistance in traditional relief aid such as shelter, food distribution and basic health care, the effects of conflicts and natural disasters on the welfare and development of the affected people remains highly significant. Thus, the design and implementation of various projects to combat this unsavoury development.

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The management functions involved in a project typically include scope, quality, time, cost, risk, procurement of human and material resources, and communications management. Each function represents a separate discipline calling for special qualifications and body of knowledge. The intricacies involved in managing projects generally are known to many project managers, other practitioners and stakeholders; however, the requirement for each function depends on the size as well as the nature of the project in question. Yet, in managing projects in conflict regions many project management practitioners today espouse some traditional approaches of project management which might not be tenable in conflict regions and which could be recipe for failure and frustration. For this reason, when managing projects in conflict regions great emphasis must be placed on the project team’s approach and techniques which must be backed by broad based specialized considerations.

Thus, it is highly imperative that projects team and other stakeholders managing projects in conflict regions are equipped with the requisite insights, skills, techniques and competencies for coping with the evolving dynamics of project management and the peculiar characteristics of beneficiaries in fragile and conflict-affected regions.

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At the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  • identify the key elements of Project Management & Community Driven Development
  • adopt methods and strategies for capturing project requirements, specifying quality of the deliverables, estimating resources and timescales
  • foster inclusion of gender and vulnerable groups in SSNPs in fragile & Conflict-affected Regions
  • appropriately apply donor agencies’ procurement rules, guidelines and specifications
  • manage & document monetary & non-monetary contribution by project beneficiaries
  • apply tools and techniques for developing and implementing a management plan for the project
  • use result driven methods for leading and motivating the project delivery team
  • manage the risks, issues and changes on the project
  • ensure transparency and accountability in the management of project budget
  • maintain communications with stakeholders and the project organisation
  • use tools and techniques for monitoring and evaluating project progress against plan; and
  • close the project in a controlled fashion when appropriate.
  • Overview of Project Management
  • Tools & Techniques for Project & Micro-Project Identification in Development Project
  • Methods & Strategies for capturing project requirements, Quality Specification, Resource & Timescale Estimation
  • Gender & Vulnerability Issues in Programmes & Projects
  • Engagement, Involvement and Participation in Projects/Programmes in fragile & Conflict-affected Regions
  • Procurement Administration & Application of Donor Agencies’ Procurement Rules, Guidelines and Specifications
  • Transparency and Accountability in Project Financial Management
  • Result-driven Methods for Leading and Motivating the Project Delivery Team,
  • Communication and Emotional Intelligence for Optimal Project Outcome
  • Developing and Implementing Project Management Plans and Project Risk & Change Management
  • Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation of Project Activities
  • Management, Implementation & Documentation of In-Kind Contributions & Costing in Projects
  • Project Sustainability & Closure

1st Run: 9th – 13th APR, 2018 (ONE WEEK) | 9th – 20th APR, 2018 (TWO WEEKS)

2nd Run: 4th – 8th JUN, 2018 (ONE WEEK) | 4th – 15th JUN, 2018 (TWO WEEKS)

3rd Run: 6th – 10th AUG, 2018 (ONE WEEK) | 6th – 17th AUG, 2018 (TWO WEEKS)

4th Run: 8th – 12th OCT, 2018 (ONE WEEK) | 8th – 19th OCT, 2018 (TWO WEEKS)

5th Run: 3rd – 7th DEC, 2018 (ONE WEEK) | 3rd – 14th DEC, 2018 (TWO WEEKS)

| IBADAN (ONE WEEK) | 150,000 Naira Per Participant

| IBADAN (TWO WEEKS) | 300,000 Naira Per Participant

| OUTSIDE IBADAN (ONE WEEK) | 200,000 Naira Per Participant

| OUTSIDE IBADAN (TWO WEEKS) | 400,000 Naira Per Participant