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  • Program Design 101.

    Hi Everyone, allow me to share my process in Program Design. My name is Ronnel, i am a Social Worker by profession. I have 22 years of experience in Non Profit and Foundation work for almost 22 years.

    For me, Phase 1 of Program Design is identifying the need. Focusing on the people/community sector.

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    Hi @Ronnel_Golimlim, thanks for sharing about yourself! Where are you joining from?

    Program design can be a lot of work to develop, especially when you are starting from scratch. How to you engage the people in your community when designing the program? I would like to get better at engaging the people benefitting from the program as stakeholders in the beginning-- before I think about best designs. I also find the monitoring and evaluation part tricky because you have to identify the KPIs you will measure and then create a measurement system. What practices do you use?

    Does anyone @all have best practices to share about program m&e?

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  • @kamilla said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi @Ronnel_Golimlim, thanks for sharing about yourself! Where are you joining from?

    Program design can be a lot of work to develop, especially when you are starting from scratch. How to you engage the people in your community when designing the program? I would like to get better at engaging the people benefitting from the program as stakeholders in the beginning-- before I think about best designs. I also find the monitoring and evaluation part tricky because you have to identify the KPIs you will measure and then create a measurement system. What practices do you use?

    Does anyone @all have best practices to share about program m&e?

    Hi I'm Alma Rosa from the Philippines I am a teacher by profession as an educator we do look for the problem if this problem is the problem of the majority we make an action research to solve the given problem by the process to check also if the given solution and process is correct and should be apply

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  • @ALMAROSA said in Program Design 101.:

    @kamilla said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi @Ronnel_Golimlim, thanks for sharing about yourself! Where are you joining from?

    Program design can be a lot of work to develop, especially when you are starting from scratch. How to you engage the people in your community when designing the program? I would like to get better at engaging the people benefitting from the program as stakeholders in the beginning-- before I think about best designs. I also find the monitoring and evaluation part tricky because you have to identify the KPIs you will measure and then create a measurement system. What practices do you use?

    Does anyone @all have best practices to share about program m&e?

    Hi I'm Alma Rosa from the Philippines I am a teacher by profession as an educator we do look for the problem if this problem is the problem of the majority we make an action research to solve the given problem by the process to check also if the given solution and process is correct and should be apply

    @Ronnel_Golimlim @kamilla
    that can be monitoring through attached chart so far i found this is very helpful for M&EMonthly Plan and Progress Report.docx

  • My full name is Mohamud Abdisalam Adam
    From Somalia and I would like to introduce my self these honorable members and students from all over the world and I will like to register a lot of students this module Monitoring and evaluation program and I would be here until I will complete my career about this opportunity and this beautiful memory.**

  • Dear All, I am here, reading your posts and learning from you, thanks Ronnel for the Monthly Plan and Progress Report Chart.

  • Hi Ronnel! Nice to meet you.

    I have this one guideline from the UNDP. I use this as a reference for program design in nonprofit organization.

    Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluating UNDP.pdf](https://nodebb-user-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/Planning,-Monitoring,-and-Evaluating-UNDP-%philu%-b1e1c9eb-f3ad-4d42-975f-50619d5a17fd.pdf)

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  • I would like to say thank u to all students and participants. My name is Paul mbegete from Mwanza Tanzania.this topic is more important to me because am a community worker and am community developer by professional.

  • Hello everyone!
    This is Elena Huezo, I'm from El Salvador, I'm a lawyer, my dream life is help others to get better life opportunities, this is something that this program will help me to reach. Thank you very much to share your experience and knowledge this way. You are helping people to know how to help other people, that's simply great!

  • @egharanugrapaksi said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi Ronnel! Nice to meet you.

    I have this one guideline from the UNDP. I use this as a reference for program design in nonprofit organization.

    Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluating UNDP.pdf](https://nodebb-user-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/Planning,-Monitoring,-and-Evaluating-UNDP-%philu%-b1e1c9eb-f3ad-4d42-975f-50619d5a17fd.pdf)

    Thanks , very useful

  • @ALMAROSA said in Program Design 101.:

    @kamilla said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi @Ronnel_Golimlim, thanks for sharing about yourself! Where are you joining from?

    Program design can be a lot of work to develop, especially when you are starting from scratch. How to you engage the people in your community when designing the program? I would like to get better at engaging the people benefitting from the program as stakeholders in the beginning-- before I think about best designs. I also find the monitoring and evaluation part tricky because you have to identify the KPIs you will measure and then create a measurement system. What practices do you use?

    Does anyone @all have best practices to share about program m&e?

    Hi I'm Alma Rosa from the Philippines I am a teacher by profession as an educator we do look for the problem if this problem is the problem of the majority we make an action research to solve the given problem by the process to check also if the given solution and process is correct and should be apply

    I m from Nepal, professionaly I m an artist. Talking about the programme design, I think, we need to really be clear on our motive and purpose behind creating it. We also need a reaserch and knowledge in the subject area of the programme with plannings. Thank you.

  • thanks for your selves introduce
    I am mohamud Abdisalam Adam from Somalia and is there WhatsApp group to discuss our program. When we will begin ot

  • @kamilla said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi @Ronnel_Golimlim, thanks for sharing about yourself! Where are you joining from?

    Program design can be a lot of work to develop, especially when you are starting from scratch. How to you engage the people in your community when designing the program? I would like to get better at engaging the people benefitting from the program as stakeholders in the beginning-- before I think about best designs. I also find the monitoring and evaluation part tricky because you have to identify the KPIs you will measure and then create a measurement system. What practices do you use?

    Does anyone @all have best practices to share about program m&e?

    @kamilla said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi @Ronnel_Golimlim, thanks for sharing about yourself! Where are you joining from?

    Program design can be a lot of work to develop, especially when you are starting from scratch. How to you engage the people in your community when designing the program? I would like to get better at engaging the people benefitting from the program as stakeholders in the beginning-- before I think about best designs. I also find the monitoring and evaluation part tricky because you have to identify the KPIs you will measure and then create a measurement system. What practices do you use?

    Does anyone @all have best practices to share about program m&e?

    hi , to me every design start with a plan. With a plan monitoring and evaluation is a control element which can dealt with. Depending on what your organisation does, engaging the people is worth while if it requires their service. You can do this by identifying the roles and skills needed in the plan. If you require a teaching role for students in your plan then you identify teachers in the community whom will like to be part of your program in other achieve the purpose of the program.

  • Hello all, I am Kelechi Ahunanya by name from Nigeria. I have been working in Non Governmental sector for over 15 years especially within the finance and admin section.

    For me, Phase 1 of Program Design is really very necessary to any organisation. Also, without a good-designed and well-managed programs,
    most organizations cannot achieve their goals, fulfill their missions, or see their visions become a reality.

  • @kamilla said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi @Ronnel_Golimlim, thanks for sharing about yourself! Where are you joining from?

    Program design can be a lot of work to develop, especially when you are starting from scratch. How to you engage the people in your community when designing the program? I would like to get better at engaging the people benefitting from the program as stakeholders in the beginning-- before I think about best designs. I also find the monitoring and evaluation part tricky because you have to identify the KPIs you will measure and then create a measurement system. What practices do you use?

    Does anyone @all have best practices to share about program m&e?

    Hello, my name is Widya, I'm from Hutanriau Foundation based in Indonesia, Sumatra Island at Riau province. From my experience in non-profit organization, we started the program m&e design by compiling the baseline data. And then from the output that we set, we start determining the outcome and impact indicators which in every indicator we set up the parameter. So that from the parameter we can measure how well are we doing our work and what do we need to improve.

  • Greetings,

    My name is Zaima, I have been working program management in various capacities with international and national organization. Basing on the nature of program, for example Relief project, I do start with needs assessment of the target communities to identify the problem that the community facing. then start community and local government engagement, explaining the finds of the needs assessment, I do conduct local government and community consultation how best we can together address the burning issue of the target community. Then we look into the key indicators and expected immediate output after program intervention, the outcome and the impact of the long run. The planning part is most critical part in program design. The Monitoring and evaluation and learning is also a key for the program design to put place a smart M&E plan including base-line and End-line survey, community involvement at the very beginning is key in the first stage of program design to attract the program ownership of the community to be served who might provide valuable in put.
    If the program recovery, it will be started with feasibility and market assessment before I design the program to inform the past interventions, and available resources to build upon the new designed project to avoid duplication and overlapping. The recovery projects needs more information of the context you are working on, sound M&E framework which clear indicators and KIP to be prepared well, program sustainability and exit strategy should also be considered, and before start the implementation, inclusive validation workshop is essential.

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  • @Zaciima said in Program Design 101.:

    Greetings,

    My name is Zaima, I have been working program management in various capacities with international and national organization. Basing on the nature of program, for example Relief project, I do start with needs assessment of the target communities to identify the problem that the community facing. then start community and local government engagement, explaining the finds of the needs assessment, I do conduct local government and community consultation how best we can together address the burning issue of the target community. Then we look into the key indicators and expected immediate output after program intervention, the outcome and the impact of the long run. The planning part is most critical part in program design. The Monitoring and evaluation and learning is also a key for the program design to put place a smart M&E plan including base-line and End-line survey, community involvement at the very beginning is key in the first stage of program design to attract the program ownership of the community to be served who might provide valuable in put.
    If the program recovery, it will be started with feasibility and market assessment before I design the program to inform the past interventions, and available resources to build upon the new designed project to avoid duplication and overlapping. The recovery projects needs more information of the context you are working on, sound M&E framework which clear indicators and KIP to be prepared well, program sustainability and exit strategy should also be considered, and before start the implementation, inclusive validation workshop is essential. I will like to know more about this course

  • @egharanugrapaksi said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi Ronnel! Nice to meet you.

    I have this one guideline from the UNDP. I use this as a reference for program design in nonprofit organization.

    Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluating UNDP.pdf](https://nodebb-user-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/Planning,-Monitoring,-and-Evaluating-UNDP-%philu%-b1e1c9eb-f3ad-4d42-975f-50619d5a17fd.pdf)

    Thanks for this

  • Thank you for sharing.

  • Hello Everyone ,my name is Kelechi Eke from Nigeria , I have actually worked on a project that concerns the key population . i think every comments above are very correct . identifying the problem i think is the first stage.

  • Hello everyone,
    My name is Raymond Sunday. I'm from Nigeria, I work for a non-government organization. I'm an humanity enthusiast. I'm looking to learn more and grow in this field. I believe this course will help me achieve this dream. Thank you.

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  • @Madeshola said in Program Design 101.:

    @egharanugrapaksi said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi Ronnel! Nice to meet you.

    I have this one guideline from the UNDP. I use this as a reference for program design in nonprofit organization.

    Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluating UNDP.pdf](https://nodebb-user-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/Planning,-Monitoring,-and-Evaluating-UNDP-%philu%-b1e1c9eb-f3ad-4d42-975f-50619d5a17fd.pdf)

    Thanks for this

    Thanks a lot for sharing

  • Hi everyone, my name is Chukwudi and I am a Nigerian. I joined this program to acquire the necessary knowledge for I wish to work in a non profit organization/ non Governmental Organization.

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  • @CHUKS-SYLVA said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi everyone, my name is Chukwudi and I am a Nigerian. I joined this program to acquire the necessary knowledge for I wish to work in a non profit organization/ non Governmental Organization.

    Welcome, you will sure enjoy yourself here.

  • @CHUKS-SYLVA said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi everyone, my name is Chukwudi and I am a Nigerian. I joined this program to acquire the necessary knowledge for I wish to work in a non profit organization/ non Governmental Organization.

    Hi Mr. Chukwudi, am also a Nigerian. I also joined to gain the required knowledge for the career pursuit. Am Kingsley.
    Thanks

  • @Dray said in Program Design 101.:

    Hello everyone,
    My name is Raymond Sunday. I'm from Nigeria, I work for a non-government organization. I'm an humanity enthusiast. I'm looking to learn more and grow in this field. I believe this course will help me achieve this dream. Thank you.

    Hi, Raymond, nice to know you are also a Nigerian. Hope to know more about each and every one of us here.

  • Hi everyone
    My name is Mohanad Motea from Yemen working with Relief International as Health & Nutrition Project Manager. I enrolled this course because I think it will be add a lot of skills to my job carrier.

  • Hello Everyone
    My name is Prinscillia, I'm Congolese but I grew up in South Africa. I've currently completed my 18 months Theory in Hospitality and Catering Management at College of Cape Town and right now I'm looking for a Hotel where I can do my 18 months practical internship. I'm currently unemployed and I'm just looking forward to do this little online course, it'll add to the little skill I have because I do not like to limited to just doing one thing. I'm really excited about it.

  • My name is Marwa, I am from Yemen, and I work at an NGOs ,.I hope that I will have a lot of skills form here.

  • Hello everyone, I am Ruejoma Galvin a Nigerian, I'm currently unemployed. I am taking this course to develop my skills and prepare myself for whatever opportunity that may come my way. I have a MSc in Environmental Technology and Management.

    I hope to get the best out of this course & I look forward to better opportunities. Thank you.

  • I am Emodi Rosemary a Nigerian presently working in the Ministry of health in the sub national area. I work as the M&E officer in the Tuberculosis, Leprosy and Buruli ulcer program. I enrolled for this course to broaden my knowledge and get certified in programs so as to boast my career.

  • Hello dear all,
    I'm Aboubacar DIALLO from Guinea.
    Nice to be a part of this topic to share and to learn all good things about non profit organization.
    Thanks to all.

  • Hi, I'm rich.
    I live in Jamaica, I am an ambassador at Trans Wave JA
    I'm happy to be apart of this program to learn and grow

  • hello, my name is Chibuzor Mgbeokwere from Nigeria.
    It is a pleasure to meet great minds like you all. Thank you

  • Hi,
    I am Fadhilu Adejare, a resident medical doctor in postgraduate training in the department of Family Medicine at a Federal Medical Centre in Nigeria.
    I enrolled in the course to broaden my horizon and better shape my portfolio towards a career Global Health in the nearest future.

  • hello,my name is Armstrong Mangvwat from Nigeria based in Plateau state.I used to lecture sociology at the university of jos until recently i joined a humanitarian organisation as a peace building personnel.I hope this will help enhance my capacity and skills to do better with the job

  • I am M.sanofer from India .. I am a civil engineer .. I wanted to know new topics and explore .. thank you

  • Hi everyone, i am Akinwole Abimbola from Nigeria and i am a traveling agent, computer programmer and business man. my purpose of this programme is to invoke positive change in my society by contributing meaningful development. i hope this course will help me down the line. Thank you

  • @Zaciima said in Program Design 101.:

    My name is Zaima, I have been working program management in various capacities with international and national organization. Basing on the nature of program, for example Relief project, I do start with needs assessment of the target communities to identify the problem that the community facing. then start community and local government engagement, explaining the finds of the needs assessment, I do conduct local government and community consultation how best we can together address the burning issue of the target community. Then we look into the key indicators and expected immediate output after program intervention, the outcome and the impact of the long run. The planning part is most critical part in program design. The Monitoring and evaluation and learning is also a key for the program design to put place a smart M&E plan including base-line and End-line survey, community involvement at the very beginning is key in the first stage of program design to attract the program ownership of the community to be served who might provide valuable in put.
    If the program recovery, it will be started with feasibility and market assessment before I design the program to inform the past interventions, and available resources to build upon the new designed project to avoid duplication and overlapping. The recovery projects needs more information of the context you are working on, sound M&E framework which clear indicators and KIP to be prepared well, program sustainability and exit strategy should also be considered, and before start the implementation, inclusive validation workshop is essential.

    Hello everyone, Am Abdullahi Mohamed, from Somalia-Hiran Region. I have been working program implementation in various capacities with international NGOs especially Food security and Livelihood and Nutrition, l am very delightful to see here lot of colleagues from over the world in this module of program M&E design, am learning from your post a lot meaningful of Program M&E Design.

  • Hello,
    My name is Maurine and am a recent graduate from Kenya. I did Human Nutrition and dietetics for my bachelors degree. I have however not been very successful in finding a job or something related to my course but I've always been very passionate about humanitarian work. Amongst the top skills one requires in this field are in M and E and that's why I registered. Looking forward to networking and hopefully even find future job referrals from this platform.

  • Hi everyone, My Name is Saif , I am Regional Program Manager and Financial analyst for Special Olympics in Pakistan. Hoping to learn a lot from everyone of you.

  • Hi everyone, my name is Adijat from Nigeria. It's a pleasure to be on this platform.

  • Hello everyone I am Khotso From Lesotho i am very pleased to have read your inspiring introductions. I have Studied Mass communication but felt in love with community and sport development that i got employed at one Olympafrica Center. my interest in this course to increase my knowledge and to attend to the needs of the communities that the Center is serving. hoping to learn more from you as well.

  • @Zaciima said in Program Design 101.:

    Greetings,

    My name is Zaima, I have been working program management in various capacities with international and national organization. Basing on the nature of program, for example Relief project, I do start with needs assessment of the target communities to identify the problem that the community facing. then start community and local government engagement, explaining the finds of the needs assessment, I do conduct local government and community consultation how best we can together address the burning issue of the target community. Then we look into the key indicators and expected immediate output after program intervention, the outcome and the impact of the long run. The planning part is most critical part in program design. The Monitoring and evaluation and learning is also a key for the program design to put place a smart M&E plan including base-line and End-line survey, community involvement at the very beginning is key in the first stage of program design to attract the program ownership of the community to be served who might provide valuable in put.
    If the program recovery, it will be started with feasibility and market assessment before I design the program to inform the past interventions, and available resources to build upon the new designed project to avoid duplication and overlapping. The recovery projects needs more information of the context you are working on, sound M&E framework which clear indicators and KIP to be prepared well, program sustainability and exit strategy should also be considered, and before start the implementation, inclusive validation workshop is essential.

    Hi Zaima, thank you for this information. As a novist in this sector i look forward to learn from your experience.
    I am faced with the challenge of developing a program for refugees in a camp. i am supposed to seek how to raise funds and also develop programs to ensure a certain level of sustainability. I would appreciate your advise on how to go about this

  • Hello everyone am Christabel Atieno a student of social work and community development. Learning more about planning for monitoring and evaluation will help me in evaluation of various projects.

  • I am glad to be in this learning group, and hope to share experience and learn from the group.
    Best,
    Frank

  • My name is Frank Killa , a Public Health staff in Tanzania. I have worked in different areas of health like clinical researches, hospital and manufacturing industries. I look forward to share experience with you guys. I have seen a diverse number of working experience from you on several areas of expertise. I am glad to be with you.

  • Hello everyone, I'm Tayo. I hope to learn and exchange ideas with everyone here. I believe it is going to be a pleasurable journey.

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    @Ronnel_Golimlim said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi Everyone, allow me to share my process in Program Design. My name is Ronnel, i am a Social Worker by profession. I have 22 years of experience in Non Profit and Foundation work for almost 22 years.

    For me, Phase 1 of Program Design is identifying the need. Focusing on the people/community sector.

    Glad to meet you Ronnel.
    Thank you for sharing us your valuable point of views that are based on long period of experience and wide scope of knoweledge.

  • Hi, i am Ibrahim Saba from Nigeria. i am glad to be here and hope to learn more from you all.
    Thanks.

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  • hi,every one.i'am Mac athur JOACHIM ,from Haiti. i wish to learn to many thing from you all.
    thank you

  • Hello everybody. I'm Dominique, from Madagascar. I am the M&E Officer of one project of Malagasy Red Cross. I am very proud to be here and, as a junior officer I hope to learn several things from you to improve my work.

  • Hi everyone, I am Azeh, a Cameroonian working on children and women focused projects in northern Ghana. I am the finance/evaluation Manager and I am here to learn how to develop an M&E plan and how to report M&E results to donors and stakeholders.
    Thanks

  • @Elhajj said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi, i am Ibrahim Saba from Nigeria. i am glad to be here and hope to learn more from you all.
    Thanks.

    Hello Ibrahim. Where are you based in Nigeria?

  • Hi everyone. Am Kufre Ite from Nigeria. Am here to learn.

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  • Hi everyone! My name is Sarah. I am French and I have been working as project development and management specialist in various countries in Africa and Central Asia. Lately I managed a large girls' education consortium in Afghanistan where I was in charge, among others, of overseeing the M&E team. I was very involved in designing the M&E approach including developing the logframe, reporting on project progress through indicator achievement and managing third-party evaluations from midline to endline surveys. I currently work as a consultant from Seoul in South Korea and I want to use some of my free time to specialize more in M&E and later go into more specific research skills involving research design, qualitative and quantitative data analysis through Stats etc. I hope this course will be a good first step for more general M&E knowledge before diving into specifics. Looking forward to some interesting discussions!

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  • @SarahCot said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi everyone! My name is Sarah. I am French and I have been working as project development and management specialist in various countries in Africa and Central Asia. Lately I managed a large girls' education consortium in Afghanistan where I was in charge, among others, of overseeing the M&E team. I was very involved in designing the M&E approach including developing the logframe, reporting on project progress through indicator achievement and managing third-party evaluations from midline to endline surveys. I currently work as a consultant from Seoul in South Korea and I want to use some of my free time to specialize more in M&E and later go into more specific research skills involving research design, qualitative and quantitative data analysis through Stats etc. I hope this course will be a good first step for more general M&E knowledge before diving into specifics. Looking forward to some interesting discussions!

    welcome Sarah, I hope this will be interesting and we will gather experiential knowledge during our stay.

  • Hello Everyone!!! Seeing all the intros, I believe I'm the most youngest learner here(20 years)..... Hi, My name is Aashish Dahal, I am from Bardibas, Mahottari, of country Nepal. I am currently doing B.A. (Majors; Social Work & Minor: Economics). The sole purpose of learning this course is in order to enhance my skills of M & E. I find this one of the great opportunity for me and hope all of us will support each other throughout the course!!!! Thank You!!!

  • Hello everyone, my name is Miguel, I recently led the M & E unit, during the last 10 years I have worked in IT, so working in M & E is a professional challenge for me, I am here to show off with

  • Hello everyone! My name is Anar. I am from Astana, Kazakhstan. I am a civil servant, this course is interesting for me as a tool for assessing the results of public programs. Thank you all in advance for sharing your best practices!

  • Hi everyone! My name is Cindy for Rwanda. I am working in private sector as medical Advisor in Insurance company and I am looking to learn from you all and improve my work.

  • @kufreite said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi everyone. Am Kufre Ite from Nigeria. Am here to learn.

    Nice to have you here, Kufre

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  • @ogah2018 said in Program Design 101.:

    @kufreite said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi everyone. Am Kufre Ite from Nigeria. Am here to learn.

    Nice to have you here, Kufre

    Hello Kufre, it's a pleasure knowing i have a course mate from my country. looking forward to learning together.

  • Hi everyone am Auwal Umar Goma and am from Nigeria. Am here to learn with you guys and happy meeting you all

  • @Ronnel_Golimlim said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi Everyone, allow me to share my process in Program Design. My name is Ronnel, i am a Social Worker by profession. I have 22 years of experience in Non Profit and Foundation work for almost 22 years.

    For me, Phase 1 of Program Design is identifying the need. Focusing on the people/community sector.

    Hi Ronnel,
    I actually have no experience at all in any of these either non profit or simply as a social worker ever in my life, but i do agree with you by identifying the need by focusing on the people (we are the destroyer and the creator at the same time), i guess what we all need are just simply the acceptance and the appreciation as a creative being, by compassionately observe, support and guide them to think, design and build their own community freely being themselves, and naturally developed in responsible and sustainable way on its process in time. I'm just a learner here, i might be totally wrong. Thank you

  • Hello everyone! My name is Longkeat from Phnom Penh city, Cambodia! I am M&E Officer on youth empowerment program! I am interesting in project success measurement and quality assurance of a program design! Great to be in the course and hope to learn from each everyone!

  • Hello everyone, I am Agban Rayman, a graduate of computer science education from Delta State University Abraka Nigeria. I am a teacher by profession. I am sincerely happy to take this course and learn from people who have experience in this direction. I must confess I have no concrete experience on project management or so. But I have come here with a heart to learn to enable me build the capacity for tomorrow. I hope I have a swell time. Thanks

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  • Hello everyone, my name is Mafe. I am Colombian, currently, I have worked with indigenous people from my country. Developing handicrafts through co-design, using the methodology of human center design. I hope to learn a lot from everyone.

  • Hello Everyone!
    I am abhishek choudhary from India. working as design professional and educator. i am looking forward to take some of courses as they deal with the social causes andhelp in finding the solution for future plans

  • @Ochuksman said in Program Design 101.:

    Hello everyone, I am Agban Rayman, a graduate of computer science education from Delta State University Abraka Nigeria. I am a teacher by profession. I am sincerely happy to take this course and learn from people who have experience in this direction. I must confess I have no concrete experience on project management or so. But I have come here with a heart to learn to enable me build the capacity for tomorrow. I hope I have a swell time. Thanks

    @Ochuksman said in Program Design 101.:

    Hello everyone, I am Agban Rayman, a graduate of computer science education from Delta State University Abraka Nigeria. I am a teacher by profession. I am sincerely happy to take this course and learn from people who have experience in this direction. I must confess I have no concrete experience on project management or so. But I have come here with a heart to learn to enable me build the capacity for tomorrow. I hope I have a swell time. Thanks

    @Ochuksman said in Program Design 101.:

    Hello everyone, I am Agban Rayman, a graduate of computer science education from Delta State University Abraka Nigeria. I am a teacher by profession. I am sincerely happy to take this course and learn from people who have experience in this direction. I must confess I have no concrete experience on project management or so. But I have come here with a heart to learn to enable me build the capacity for tomorrow. I hope I have a swell time. Thanks
    Wow, Agban i have been in project for a white some time. but project management requires patience and innvation. they are times you can have good i deas that they can move on and bring a change in a society but you see that you dnt knw how to execute the project operations even on how to communicate with Donor. so the first thing is what we have been tough on this training that we need to have good communitcation skills with donors. but before donor develop the project by finding a problem, changing a problem into a question, finding ways of dealing with the question ( problem statement), develop your objective on dealing with the problem identify a place you will do the project in mention. How much will it cost to manage the project, these steps will guide you in project management.

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  • @CCHIKWENI said in Program Design 101.:

    @Ochuksman said in Program Design 101.:

    Hello everyone, I am Agban Rayman, a graduate of computer science education from Delta State University Abraka Nigeria. I am a teacher by profession. I am sincerely happy to take this course and learn from people who have experience in this direction. I must confess I have no concrete experience on project management or so. But I have come here with a heart to learn to enable me build the capacity for tomorrow. I hope I have a swell time. Thanks

    @Ochuksman said in Program Design 101.:

    Hello everyone, I am Agban Rayman, a graduate of computer science education from Delta State University Abraka Nigeria. I am a teacher by profession. I am sincerely happy to take this course and learn from people who have experience in this direction. I must confess I have no concrete experience on project management or so. But I have come here with a heart to learn to enable me build the capacity for tomorrow. I hope I have a swell time. Thanks

    @Ochuksman said in Program Design 101.:

    Hello everyone, I am Agban Rayman, a graduate of computer science education from Delta State University Abraka Nigeria. I am a teacher by profession. I am sincerely happy to take this course and learn from people who have experience in this direction. I must confess I have no concrete experience on project management or so. But I have come here with a heart to learn to enable me build the capacity for tomorrow. I hope I have a swell time. Thanks
    Wow, Agban i have been in project for a white some time. but project management requires patience and innvation. they are times you can have good i deas that they can move on and bring a change in a society but you see that you dnt knw how to execute the project operations even on how to communicate with Donor. so the first thing is what we have been tough on this training that we need to have good communitcation skills with donors. but before donor develop the project by finding a problem, changing a problem into a question, finding ways of dealing with the question ( problem statement), develop your objective on dealing with the problem identify a place you will do the project in mention. How much will it cost to manage the project, these steps will guide you in project management.

    Hello everyone, I am Sisilia from Fiji. I am a teacher by profession and I taught Computer and Office Technology. I would like to learn more from this course and it is such a blessing that I have been given this opportunity to learn from experts. Thank you

  • Hi All,
    Nice to meet you. My name is Gorod Daful from USA. I am happy to join the diverse team in this course. I work with a refugee resettlement agency and also plan to work in the field. So this course will be very helpful to me. I took few other related in M&E but not the actual planning and the design modules.
    I am open to work with any team, but just wanted to let you know that I am very busy right now as I am doing my second masters degree. I would like to thank the team from the Philanthropy University for creating such wonderful learning opportunity for all of us for FREE!.
    THANK YOU SO MUCH.
    Cheers!!

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  • Hello, good people it’s an honor and prevelage to be part of this amazing journey. My name is Jesse Yende from South Africa. I’m hoping to participate effectively as we currently experiencing power cuts in our country 🙃😢#currentchallenge

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  • @gdaful84 said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi All,
    Nice to meet you. My name is Gorod Daful from USA. I am happy to join the diverse team in this course. I work with a refugee resettlement agency and also plan to work in the field. So this course will be very helpful to me. I took few other related in M&E but not the actual planning and the design modules.
    I am open to work with any team, but just wanted to let you know that I am very busy right now as I am doing my second masters degree. I would like to thank the team from the Philanthropy University for creating such wonderful learning opportunity for all of us for FREE!.
    THANK YOU SO MUCH.
    Cheers!!

  • Hello everyone,

    It's an honor to be part of this amazing journey.

    My name is Bilkisu Munir from Nigeria. I’m hoping to participate effectively.

    Thank you.

  • Hello community, i am privileged to be part of this program. I hope to fully participate. Thanks

  • hello everyone
    I'm so privellege to be here ,my name is Sakinah Ali from Nigeria...my goal here is to learn and develop my skills and meeting new people

  • @TheSouthAfricanist said in Program Design 101.:

    Hello, good people it’s an honor and prevelage to be part of this amazing journey. My name is Jesse Yende from South Africa. I’m hoping to participate effectively as we currently experiencing power cuts in our country 🙃😢#currentchallenge

    hi, I'm Sakinah... I hope your current challenge gets sorted out...

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  • @_Sakeenah said in Program Design 101.:

    @TheSouthAfricanist said in Program Design 101.:

    Hello, good people it’s an honor and prevelage to be part of this amazing journey. My name is Jesse Yende from South Africa. I’m hoping to participate effectively as we currently experiencing power cuts in our country 🙃😢#currentchallenge

    hi, I'm Sakinah... I hope your current challenge gets sorted out...

    I also live in Johannesburg i am tempted to think the power cuts are political...its the strategy to make the ANC unpopular as the election is approaching.South Africa has everything it takes not only to create stable power supply but also to maintain it.

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  • Hello I'm Maryam. Good to be here.

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  • @Maryamibm said in Program Design 101.:

    Hello I'm Maryam. Good to be here.

    Hi Maryam.

  • Hello I'm Asiya Yiwani it's an honour to be part of this group

  • @Sappor said in Program Design 101.:

    llo, good people it’s an honor and prevelage to be part of this amazing journey. My name is Jesse Yende from South Africa. I’m hoping to participate effectively as we currently experiencing power cuts in our country 🙃😢#currentchalleng

    Also from South Africa, from Johannesburg but currently living in the beautiful Mother City.

  • I am Tunde from Nigeria, I am glad to be here.

  • Hi everyone.my name is Taiwo, A Nigerian.

    It is good to be part o this program

  • @Ronnel_Golimlim said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi Everyone, allow me to share my process in Program Design. My name is Ronnel, i am a Social Worker by profession. I have 22 years of experience in Non Profit and Foundation work for almost 22 years.

    For me, Phase 1 of Program Design is identifying the need. Focusing on the people/community sector.

    Straightforward

  • My name is Akan Joseph,joining from Nigeria so excited to be here,really wants to learn more..

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  • @Mark_G said in Program Design 101.:

    Welcome everyone! It is wonderful to have you here at Philanthropy University.

    Happy Learning :)

    Thank you

  • Hello everyone, am happy to be here!

  • @Mark_G said in Program Design 101.:

    Welcome everyone! It is wonderful to have you here at Philanthropy University.

    Happy Learning :)

    thank you

  • Course Facilitator

    Hello everyone!

    How are you doing?

    My name's Jameson Pierre-Louis.
    From Haiti, I'm currently setting up a new organization. I need a volunteer learner who can help us remotely in our design process.
    If anyone is interested, please contact me at +50946229094.
    Thank you!

  • Hi everyone! My name is Abdulrasheed Afeez from Nigeria. It's my pleasure to be here

  • @Ronnel_Golimlim said in Program Design 101.:

    Hi Everyone, allow me to share my process in Program Design. My name is Ronnel, i am a Social Worker by profession. I have 22 years of experience in Non Profit and Foundation work for almost 22 years.

    For me, Phase 1 of Program Design is identifying the need. Focusing on the people/community sector.

    Thank you very much Mr Ronnel. Your. Points are real and I also think they are actually the points of scratch. However, I want to add that most of use who are beginners has a lot of questions rating from: "after identifying the problems, how can I mobilize the people for their supports towards solving the problem?, why how do I even start the program and many more questions.
    Sir as an expert in the field, kindly look at the above questions and do justice to them. Thanks

  • My name is Innocent Ihesikoma. I live in lagos, Nigeria. I'm an undergraduate, economics, university of Lagos. I'm so excited to be part of this wonderful program. My sole aim of joining this program is to acquire relevant skills and for easy for job search

  • Good day folks! I am happy to be with here...

  • Hi, everyone my name is Igweshi Augustine, i am excited to be here

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