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Monitoring and evaluation of EU projects

The aim of the training is to acquire practical knowledge and skills for monitoring and evaluation of EU projects, the use of these processes during the implementation of projects, practical application of tools and documents used for monitoring and evaluation and strengthening of analytical skills for assessment. of project achievements. Different types of projects use different methods of monitoring and evaluation, but the essence and logic of evaluating the implementation of activities, achieving results and social change are common to all of them.

Project management

Project management and project teams

Project management is complex due to the variety of interventions that can be undertaken and the large number of parties involved. It combines approaches, the use of different instruments and the fitting of these approaches and instruments into the administrative systems and procedures of the organizations involved.

The training approach focuses on three key areas: creating a common understanding of the process, concepts, and decision-making criteria; encouraging a sense of ownership and commitment by adequately involving all stakeholders, and improving the learning capacity of the actors involved in the intervention.

Project management

Preparation and budget management of EU projects

The aim of the program is for participants to gain knowledge on how to better manage and manage the budgets of EU-funded projects. What are their rules and specifics, how to co-finance and the procurement process according to their rules.

Project management

EU Public Procurement Rules / PRAG

IPA funds, intended to support RSM reforms, are usually governed by EU assistance rules outside the EU. Those rules are essentially the rules for public procurement, ie the implementation of procurement financed by public finances. PRAG (EC Guide) provides detailed guidelines and prescribed patterns to follow, but they have a logical sequence and justification for procedures.

In reality, PRAGUE acts discouragingly for users, but with the right direction these rules are understandable as well as national public procurement rules. It is the purpose of the training to encourage public and private organizations to use IPA funds, ie to prepare to follow the prescribed rules and procedures.

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Implementation of EU-funded projects - grants and services

The training aims to provide practical guidance and advice on the successful implementation of two types of projects - services (projects that provide consulting services, capacity building, job support) and grants (full support for the implementation of a smaller project), which are supported through IPA programs for North Macedonia. In order to successfully implement projects in accordance with the PRAG rules and special program requirements, specific knowledge is required of the procedures to be followed, the rules of financial management, providing documentation, evidence and audit trail, specific communication with users, target groups and the donor.

The training provides an overview of the most important aspects of the documents and procedures that should be used through their practical application during the training.

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Preparation of successful applications for EU projects - services and grants

In order to receive EU support for your project ideas, it is necessary to prepare an application that will clearly convey to the donor why you want to implement the project, what you will achieve with it and how you will implement it. The European Union has prescribed strict forms to be completed and submitted with project applications, which are public and generally adopted, but also differ for each individual call. Often the success of applications does not depend on the suitability of the ideas, nor on their importance for the society, but more on the way of their presentation, ie the content of the project applications.

The training focuses on two types of projects - services (projects that provide consulting services, capacity building, support at work) and grants (full support for the implementation of a smaller project), which are supported through IPA programs for North Macedonia.

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1000 Skopje, North Macedonia

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