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Comment Elaborer un Plan d’Action (Multiple Languages)

Pour la réussite de ton projet, tu as besoin de réfléchir à comment le mettre en oeuvre et à quoi ton projet veut aboutir. Tu dois comprendre ton environnement, les ressources disponibles, les partenaires et supporteurs potentiels, le calendrier d’exécution et les défis éventuels. Apres l’identification concrète des buts et objectifs, tu choisiras les activités qui te permettront de les matérialiser. Les outils de la série Straight to the Point (Droit au But) de Pathfinder offre des instructions claires et concises sur une variété de préoccupations relatives à la conception, la mise en oeuvre et l’évaluation de programmes.

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Preparação de um Plano de Trabalho (Multiple Languages)

This tool leads an organization or group step-by-step through the process of creating a workplan—from setting goals and objectives, to choosing activities, to planning timing and assigning responsibility—and includes a workplan template.

June 2013

Straight to the Point: Workplanning (Multiple Languages)

This tool leads an organization or group step-by-step through the process of creating a workplan—from setting goals and objectives, to choosing activities, to planning timing and assigning responsibility—and includes a workplan template.

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Straight to the Point Capacity Building Tools

Taking into consideration implementers limited time and resources, the tools in Pathfinder's "Straight to the Point" Series provide clear, concise guidance on a variety of issues related to program design, implementation, and evaluation.

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Providing Technical Assistance to Ministries of Health : Lessons Learned Over 30 Years

Pursuing true country ownership for effective programs requires a long-term approach involving persistence, keen understanding of counterparts' perspective, deference, building trust, focus on priorities, technical competence, and sustained optimism.

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Sustainable Development in East Africa: Lessons from Four Population, Health, and Environment Projects

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