folder Managing the Project Cycle

21 pp. PDF/ODT. Also in  Somali


pdf Maareynta Wareega Mashruuca [Somali] (.pdf)


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Localized into Somali (24 pp.)

Translated by Abdinasir Gaylab.
Published March 2017

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Project Cycle Management (PCM) is the term given to the process of planning and managing projects, programmes and organisations.

This manual guides you through the four phases of PCM, including emphasis on stakeholder participation:

  • assessment and planning
  • implementation and monitoring
  • evaluation
  • adaptation

Revised edition March 2017. First published May 2009

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