Project and Programme Cycle Management (PPCM)

Location Erbil

Fee 275


Monday, 19 December 2022


Wednesday, 21 December 2022

Project and Programme Cycle Management (PPCM)

Managing projects effectively can be challenging and implementing effective responses to complex emergencies requires exceptional project management skills. The ability to deliver quality outputs on time, even under extreme circumstances, is crucial to any humanitarian response.

This course identifies key project management skills required by humanitarian workers and will not only give participants an understanding of project management theories and techniques but will also equip them with tools and techniques crucial for managing projects successfully.

By the end of the training, trainees will be able to understand how to manage the activities of a project throughout the identification, formulation, planning and implementation cycle.


The learning outcomes. 

  1. List the stages of the project cycle and issues that may arise

  2. Define the purpose and principles of conducting effective assessments

  3. Demonstrate how to set project goals and develop logical planning frameworks

  4. Identify resource management techniques for the critical stages of an emergency

  5. List the financial risks in the critical stages of an emergency and identify their potential impact and how to manage them

  6. State the purpose and principles of effective monitoring and evaluation, and create useful reports

  7. Gain theoretical and practical knowledge for all phases of project cycle management

  8. Improve skills for development, planning and implementation of projects

  9. Understand the principles of log frame

  10. Understand the principle of budget per activity

  11. Improve skills for monitoring and evaluation

  12. Develop log frame and problem tree 2


What does the course cover?

  • What is PPCM? why needed?

  • Problem Analysis (Problem and Solution Tree)

  • Logical Framework

  • Indicators specifications.

  • What is Monitoring, Evaluation, and Revision?

  • Theory of change (ToC);

  • Human resource management in development and emergency projects;

  • Sustainability mechanisms in development projects


Trainer’s Bio

Nine years’ experience in Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) in UN Agencies and INGOs. Twenty-Five years’ experience working with international NGOs (16 years), UN Agencies (5 years), and business sector (4 years) in the fields of heading country office, directing programs & projects for sections of WASH, Shelter, livelihood, Camp Coordination & Camp Management (CCCM), and protection, and conducting needs assessment, monitoring and evaluation activities in and outside of Iraq.


Delivery method.  

The sessions will be delivered in a participatory and experiential way for participants; involving presentations; group work and team building exercises. All participants will develop their own personal action plans in relation to how the learning can be taken forward and implemented in their current positions.


Who should attend this course.  

Programme staff of humanitarian and development agencies including project managers, officers and assistants.



  • Time: 09:00 - 16:00 pm

  • Location: Erbil, Iraq

  • Form: Classroom based.

  • Language of the course: English

  • Course price: $275

  • Refreshment: Included



Must be made 5 working days before the start of the course. Payment can be made in cash, by bank transfer or through exchange offices.

How do I register?

You can register by emailing with the following details:

  1. Full Name:

  2. City/Town:

  3. Email Address:

  4. Phone number:

  5. Name of course:

For more information, please call 066 261 4455 or (0) 771 842-2380