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MedWetCoast Trains its NGO Partners on Project Management
Thursday 24 November 2005, by Inju Galal

Within its continuous effort to support Non Governmental Organizations NGOs in implementing the management plan projects, MedWetCoast-Egypt conducted a training workshop to train NGOs’ boards of directors on project management.

The workshop was held in the Omayed vicinity on 2 -3 July, 2004. Around 25 board members of three local NGOs attended.

The workshop was designed to acquaint NGOs’ board members with basic skills and knowledge of project management. It addressed the issues of project planning, hierarchy, budget and time planning, project monitoring and appraisal, as well as project sustainability. It also trained participants on communication, leadership, negotiation, organizational and motivational skills.

This is the third training workshop MedWetCoast holds for NGOs. The first took place in Zaranik, in July 2004. The second took place in Omayed, in October 2004. Both workshops had been dedicated to acquaint NGOs’ board members with basic skills and knowledge of NGO management.

MedWetCoast’s interest in NGOs arises from the fact that they ensure grass-root involvement and sustainability after the project’s termination. Out of this belief MedWetCoast had helped establish and support several NGOs in its protectorates. It had also partnered with them in implementing the management plan activities in their respective protectorates.

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