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APMAS Project Activities

APMAS Project Activities List From July 2010 to December 2013 is avaialble here : APMAS Activities List

The Discipline of Teams

Tuckman's Team Development Model

Project Cycle Management

CAPS Study

Project Management training for Lao Projects

Capacity building of project leadership and strengthening the expertise in project management by continuing support for IFAD funded projects, APMAS organized training for the project managers for Lao projects in Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand, during 29-31 August, 2013.

Gender Sensitivity Quiz for Project Managers

This quiz was developed as a self-assessment tool for project managers to reflect on their gender sensitive behavior and practices. The quiz was used in the Project Manaement training in Bangkok during 29 to 31 August 2013.
Take a pen and paper and write your answers. Do not show your answers to anyone as the tool is for self-assessment only. 
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Project Management and Gender Sensitive M&E training for Vietnamese Projects in Ha Noi

Continuing the efforts to strengthen the expertise in project management and gender sensitive monitoring and evaluation for IFAD funded projects, APMAS organized training for the project managers, M&E officers and Gender experts of Vietnamese projects in Hanoi, during 26-30 November, 2012. The training was attended by 43 participants from projects in Cao Bang, Bac Kan, Ha Tinh, Quang Bin, Tuyen Quang, Ninh Thuan, Gia Lai, Dak Nong, and Ben Tre.  Read more »

APMAS Concluded Capacity Building Coaching Program for Annual Outcome Survey for RULIP, Cambodia

APMAS’s supported capacity building coaching program of Rural Livelihoods Improvement Project (RULIP) Cambodia is in its completion phase after series of trainings, mentoring and hand-held coaching of RULIP staff by the local service providers VBNK and GADC. IFAD-funded livelihood security project RULIP covers three provinces in Cambodia these are Rattanakiri, Seam Reap and Preah Vihar.  Read more »

Gender Case studies from Vietnam

These case studies were collected during Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) and Result and Impact Management System (RIMS) exercise of Improving Market Participation of the Poor (IMPP) Project in Ha Tinh and Tra Vinh Provinces. The service provider DEPOCEN helped in collecting these case studies. These cases show how the project has impacted gender relations, women's economic status, women's self confidence, etc.

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