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19.9243.7-085.00ValueLinks 2.0 - The methodology for the promotion of value chains
Valuelinks methodology aims to improve the understanding of the value chain and its development as a structural change of the market-oriented economy.3
19.9245.2-003.00GIZ-INT: Ernährungssicherung - eine sektorübergreifende Orientierung
„GIZ-INT: Dieses Angebot wird von Organisationseinheiten der GIZ zur Verfügung gestellt. Das AIZ Portfoliomanagement war nicht an der Entwicklung beteiligt.“
Die Teilnehmer*innen werden in die Lage versetzt, Maßnahmen zur Ernährungssicherung zu identifizieren und einzuordnen.
19.9239.5-007.00Returnee Workshop for Development Workers
The successful completion of your development work with GIZ.2
19.9244.5-003.00Evaluations of Projects in International Development Cooperation (free online self paced course)
Contribution Analysis and Efficiency Analysis are state-of-the-art methodologies used for the evaluation of projects in international development cooperation. The training contents can be applied for evaluations of a wide range of international development projects and are not limited to Central Project Evaluations (CPE), which are commissioned by GIZ.
This free online training provides you with basic knowledge for conducting contribution analysis and efficiency analysis in evaluations. It will give you the tools and knowledge to deepen your theoretical knowledge and is prerequisite for participating in the advanced face to face training (currently run as virtual format), offered to expand your practical skills.
19.9244.5-002.00Contribution Analysis for Evaluations of Projects in International Development Cooperation
Contribution Analysis is a state-of-the-art methodology widely used for the evaluation of projects in international development cooperation. The training contents can be applied for evaluations of a wide range of international development projects and are not limited to Central Project Evaluations (CPE), which are commissioned by GIZ. Specific guidance on how Contribution Analysis should be applied in the context of the GIZ’s CPEs, however, is provided. It has to be kept in mind that the application of Contribution Analysis is considered a minimal methodological standard for the CPE and, thus, its professional handling should be among the key qualifications of the evaluators involved.1
This advanced training course builds on the contents of the online certification course on the Atingi e-learning platform and offers training modules that serve to consolidate your knowledge on Contribution Analysis. Participation in this advanced training will not only allow you to deepen your theoretical understanding of Contribution Analysis but also to transfer knowledge into practical skills.
19.9244.5-001.00Efficiency Analysis for Evaluations of Projects in International Development Cooperation
Efficiency Analysis is a state-of-the-art methodology used for the evaluation of projects in international development cooperation. The training contents can be applied for evaluations of a wide range of international development projects and are not limited to Central Project Evaluations (CPE), which are commissioned by GIZ.
Guidance on how methods should be applied in the context of the GIZ’s CPEs, however, is provided. It has to be kept in mind that the application of Efficiency Analysis (and Contribution Analysis) is considered a minimal standard for the CPE.
This advanced training provides you with deepened knowledge for conducting efficiency analysis in evaluations. It will give you the tools and knowledge to amplify your theoretical knowledge and transfer it into practical skills.1
19.9245.2-011.00Private Sector Development (Tutored Online Training)
Private Sector Development is one of the biggest intervention areas of Germanys International Cooperation. The subject is important, complex and many-faceted. This course will give you the tools and knowledge to take part in our aim to foster sustainable economic development.1
You will get an overview of the principles and approaches of private sector development in German development cooperation, on the BMZ’s sector strategy for private sector development as well as an overview on current innovative topics of private sector development .
The theoretical learning will be accompanied by the study of cases and in peer to peer discussions and expert rounds the participants will be encouraged to bring in and discuss own cases and challenges.
A transfer phase at the end of the study of the modules will be supported by peer to peer and expert counselling.
19.9245.2-012.00Leave no one behind
You are committed to applying the “Leave no one behind” (LNOB) principle in practice? You would like to exchange with a diverse group on good practices and approaches? You would like to design your programme in a LNOB sensitive way? You would like to learn about tools and approaches to make your project (even more) LNOB sensitive? If you find these questions appealing, then you should apply for this moderated online training.1
Moderated online training: during 6 weeks a 2 h live online session will be held every week. You should plan another 2 to 2,5 hours per week to work on assignments and self study.
19.9243.7-045.00EU-Kofinanzierungen in der Angebotserstellung der GIZ
Der Kurs vermittelt Grundlagen zu Gemeinschaftsmaßnahmen mit der EU sowie zu Prozess und Rollen in der Vorbereitung einer Kofinanzierung. Schwerpunkt des Kurses ist die praxisorientierte Bearbeitung methodischer Fragen bei der Integration einer Kofinanzierung bzw. Gemeinschaftsmaßnahme in einen Auftrag der Bundesregierung.1
19.9233.8-010.00Online course GIZ GPS: Sustainability Management & Sustainability Standards of GIZ / Guide for Practicing corporate Sustainability
19.9243.7-087.00GIZ-INT: Preparation of EU-co-financing offers with a focus on Digital for Development (D4D)
The training provides an overview of EU Digital for Development (D4D) strategies, priorities, and EU programming, as well as practice-based skills and thematic knowledge of drafting contractual documents for a BMZ-EU joint co-financed action with a focus on D4D.
19.9245.2-016.00Tourism as a Sustainable Development Instrument
Sustainable and responsible tourism can be used as a tool for sustainable development by many types of projects. This course introduces the complexities of using tourism as an approach for development cooperation: How can positive effects be leveraged? How can negative impacts of tourism be managed?
This WBT offers you an insight into these and many other questions on that topic.
You can find the WBT on the learning platform atingi atingi.org. Please use this link to register for this course. https://online.atingi.org/course/view.php?id=201
Note: In advance, you have to create an account on atingi in order to access the course.
Alternatively, you can also follow this path: Dashboard->eAcademy Tourism and Hospitality ->Sustainable development through tourism