Health Project planning
It is a fact that a growing proportion of our managers in the field received their project-cycle training elsewhere than at MdM. The objective of the guide is therefore to provide entire project teams with a common lexicon, frame of reference and tools. Its objective is to encourage critical thinking and prompt a questioning attitude throughout a project’s lifecycle. It is a matter of learning to ask oneself the right questions. The four chapters which make up the guide refer to the four phases of project planning, comprising diagnosis (or context analysis and needs identification), project programming (or designing), implementing and tracking, and finally evaluation. A selection of practical tools is offered in an annex to each chapter in the form of a CD-Rom.