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Philippines New CPM on projects’ visibility and documentation
“Where do we find the legacy of our projects?” It is one of the questions asked when Mr. Benoit Thierry, the new IFAD Philippines Country Programme Manager, opened the second day of the IFAD-PH Annual Country Programme Review. With the projects as part of Country Strategic Opportunities Programme (COSOP), it needs to be visible and be bridged to each other. And even when a project ends, its...
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IFAD NEPAL KNOWLEDGE EVENT 2014 - BRIEF REPORT
Our concerted effort for agricultural development; Along with the stories, hopes and experiences of farmers IFAD NEPAL KNOWLEDGE EVENT 2014 - BRIEF REPORT Kaushal Shrestha    The first IFAD Nepal Knowledge Event was held on a rainy October 13 afternoon, in Kathmandu, in the presence of almost 100 participants, including Mr. Jaya Mukunda Khanal, respected Secretary at...
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IFAD Nepal Country Programme Workshop Day 2
    IFAD Nepal  Country Programme Workshop Day 2  24 August 2013 On the second day of the event, the participants worked in thematically composed groups to find self-identified and self-monitored solutions for the project implementation issues identified together on the first day. ·         The planning...
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7 ways to make a success story interesting
Writing success stories is not only about showcasing the difference your programme is making in people’s lives, but it is also about grasping the attention of readers and creating a bandwagon effect. When a dog bites a man, it’s not interesting. However, if a man bites a dog, it not only becomes interesting but also gets the attention of a wider audience. To make your stories stand out...
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Sample surveys: how to select a control group
  The purpose of a control group is to provide a basis with which to measure the impact of the project on a people or households who have received project services and, as a result may have benefited from the project.  Although it is possible to assess project impact on the basis of changes that have come about for project participants (i.e. the difference between “before project” and...
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