The ENPARD Technical Assistance project organized a two-day training session on Policy/project cycle management (PCM) on the 24 and 25 January, in the Jolly Alon Hotel, for staff of selected Divisions within Ministry of Agriculture, Regional development and Environment (MARDE).
This training on Policy/project cycle management (PCM) was about developing more effective, efficient and transparent public policy processes and included such subjects as analyzing problems, drafting policy responses and communicating with key stakeholders. PCM ensures programmes that arise from policies are effective and sustainable, and that monitoring, and evaluation of their impact facilitates evidenced-based decision making in the future.
PCM encompasses concepts, processes and tools that drive the design, implementation and monitoring of projects. It can generate substantial transformational outcomes by achieving project objectives. These outcomes are evidenced when proposals and policies translate to concrete realities that improve the well-being of society, respond to national priorities, and achieve the results on schedule, while making the most effective use of available resources and capacity.
The training was delivered by Ms. Liliana Lucaciu from Romania.
Additional information on the event can be obtained from the ENPARD Technical Assistance Project (Ms. Tatiana Plosnita – firstname.lastname@example.org, +373 69178484).