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Advanced Public Financial Management Workshop in Bangkok, Thailand


The countries improve public financial management systems as they are important for democratic governance, macroeconomic stability, effective use of resources available and poverty reduction. Public Financial Management is an essential part of the development process. Sound PFM supports aggregate control, prioritization, accountability, and efficiency in the management of public resources and delivery of services, which are critical to the achievement of public policy objectives. This program provides the necessary context to foster efficient and effective tax systems, results-driven budgeting, transparent and accountable public expenditure management, and robust macro-fiscal planning, optimizing public sector performance and contributing to broad-based, sustainable economic growth.



  • Introduction and Foundations of Public Finance
  • Government Funds & Role of profits
  • Capital Budgets & Operating Budgets
  • Time Value of Money & Its importance
  • Debt Vs Capital Financing
  • Asset Management
  • Detection of Budgetary Variances
  • Fiscal Control and its implementation
  • Local Government Financial Reporting
  • Types of Financial reports and their Analysis
  • Describing how government is different from other public organizations, financially
  • Financial analysis using the balance sheet, income, and other financial statements
  • Long-term funding Strategy for the organization
  • Nonprofit Annual Report
  • Different types of financial analysis (with public sector focused)
  • Financial evaluation techniques
  • Developing financial sustainability; effective resource development and management.
  • Improving financial risk management
  • Long term financial planning; developing a reserve fund
  • Dealing with an audit
  • Developing and implementing effective financial controls
  • How to interpret information in basic forms and reports
  • How to notice trends and negative indicators & the actions to counteract

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


  • Understand different types of financial analysis & financial evaluation methods used to support submissions for new initiatives
  • Implement a financial management plan for an organization or agency
  • Create a set of financial controls for accountability
  • Link the financial management structure to the strategic plan
  • Predict long term revenue and expense requirements
  • Evaluate the finances of organizations, teams, projects and specific initiatives
  • Conduct sophisticated financial analysis and evaluations that shall contribute to improved organizational decision making

Program Dates: 18-22 February 2019

Registration Closes on: 10 January 2019


Program Fee: $2650

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Project Designing, Proposal Writing and Fundraising – Workshop in Paris, France

Program Introduction

The training is expected to help participants understand the need for projects in development, appreciate the phases in project management, develop a practical project idea and write comprehensive project proposal. It will also equip participants to come up with possible project funding sources, liaise with stakeholders in project idea initiation and develop fundraising initiatives.

Program Objectives

Upon completion of the programme, participants should be able to:

  • Understand the need for projects in development
  • Appreciate the phases in project management
  • Development a practical project idea and comprehensive project proposal
  • Come up with possible project funding sources
  • Liaise with stakeholders in project idea initiation and fundraising initiatives
Program Attendees 

The training is targeted to: Officers involved in development work, Community leaders, Policy makers, Project Managers and Donors and project sponsors among other development actors.

Program Contents
Day 1:
  • Management principles and practices
  • Project Definition
  • The role of projects in development
  • Detailed description of project structure and activities.
  • Basics of project management phases
  • Project design
  • Project time line
Day 2:
  • Project evaluation
  • Relevance of project phases in proposal writing and formulation
  • The sections of a standard project/grant proposal:
  • Assessing institutional capabilities
  • Model for proposal development
  • Techniques for writing winning proposals
  • Problem/need assessment
Day 3:
  • Gathering background information
  • Defining the approach
  • Why proposals get rejected
  • Writing the statement of need
  • Writing procedures
  • Preparing the budget
  • Submission
Day 4:
  • Setting fundraising goals
  • Developing a fundraising plan
  • Developing fundraising plan calendar
  • Connecting organization/programs to funder interests
  • Developing fundraising strategies
  • Mobilizing non profit boards to fundraise
  • Evaluating funding prospects
Day 5:
  • Choosing funding partners
  • Approaching individual donors and institutional funders
  • Fostering strong working relationships with grant makers
  • New trends in grant making
  • Grant-maker decision-making process
  • Staff roles in fundraising efforts
  • Action planning
Registration Information

Program Dates: 27-31 January 2019

Registration Closes on: 2 December 2018


Program Fee: $4850

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