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SDRC TR 2000-04: Managing Effective Social Development Projects

The Social Development Research Center and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) in Australia collaborated in conducting a training seminar entitled “Managing Social Development Projects.” The seminar had two parts. Part I included lectures and discussions on the different aspects of project development and management, evaluation, as well as quality standard systems and efficient training implementation. Part II included a training component in Melbourne, Australia, exposure to various Australian social development projects, and the finalization of a training manual. Attending the seminar were 17 selected participants from various government units and non-government organizations involved in the nationwide “Food for Work” project of the Department of Interior and Local Government.

DLSU-Social Development Research Center
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Magno, Francisco A.; development program;
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