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    Aug 11, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Please be humbly informed I have a life-long sincere passion as well as unwavering unconditional personal mission in life to be an agent of change as every child in every nation should have access to quality education. I want to see a world where children are valued and respected, living lives of hope and dignity. I believe that each and every life not only has value but a God-given purpose and destiny. I have always understood the elevated importance of education as a smart investment being the most powerful weapon in fighting poverty or ARCP (Addressing Root Cause of Poverty). However, developing countries like Ethiopia lack substantial educational infrastructure as we all know the benefits of providing Education to young people like me are clear as educated girls help break the cycle of poverty. Girls who go to school are more likely to enter the work force, earn higher incomes, delay marriage, plan their families, and seek an education for their own children. When girls in developing African countries receive an education and earn income, they put 90 percent of their earnings into their families, compared only to 40 percent for men.

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    I have been successfully going beyond expectation providing highly sophisticated in-service training, competency training as well as follow ups through coaching/hands-on support/mentoring/performance appraisal, mainstreaming human rights and a gender equality in projects, developing result based planning including budget, timely reporting, developing project concept notes and proposals aligned with the strategic mission and vision of the organization, strategic program plan (SPP) , strategic plan (SP), performance appraisal, providing a high quality professional development, providing an eye–opening assistance in departmental policies/procedures, horizontal and vertical coordination, analytical, facilitation and presentation skills, informed monitoring and ensuring the alignment of important project mother documents as well as different resource bags as per as the organizational standards set.

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    6-8 hours

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    Nothing ventured Nothing gain. So keep it up.

    • Summer 2017
    • victor ouke
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    • Background Knowledge Expected Requires Lots of Research Requires Presentations

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