About Us:

Africa Centre for Project Knowledge & Techniques (ACPKT) is a Training Centre, Knowledge Hub and Techniques Resource Portal in Project Management, Monitoring & Evaluation and Proposal Writing and other diverse areas for individuals and organization in development and humanitarian sectors in pursuit for excellence and success in all kinds of projects endeavors. The Training Institute runs training programs in Kenya, South Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Congo, Nigeria, Gambia, Sierra Leone and trains over 6000 development and humanitarian professionals in the last 15 years.

We have trained many development and humanitarian staff from diverse international and local NGOs such as Doctors with Africa CUAMM, European Union National Authorizing Office (NAO) Support Unit (SU), Ministry of Finance, Planning & Economic Development - Uganda, Compassion International, French Embassy Kenya for Humanitarian Projects, Arche Nova International, Biovision Africa Trust, CARE International, Forum Syd, HIVOS, LAGA Cameroon, MEDAIR and Action Aid.

About the Training Course:

Today’s donors’ projects are increasingly complex and implemented under tight time-frames and budget constraints. The training has been designed with a holistic capacity building approach to empower course participants to achieve competency in Project Planning & Management, Monitoring & Evaluation and Microsoft Project knowledge and skills that are critical in managing donor projects in development and humanitarian sectors. This will allow them to apply knowledge and skills in Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation and Microsoft Project to meet donor project requirements, conditions and changes.

Training Course Objectives:

  1. To review the key principles, techniques and tools for project management in donor projects.

  2. To review the key concepts, approaches and techniques in the monitoring and evaluation of donors’ projects.

  3. To review the development of a work plan, tracking and reporting on a donor project using Microsoft Project.

  4. To apply knowledge and skills gained in the course in a practical case study in Microsoft Project Software.

Training Methodology:

The training methodology will be a combination of lectures, didactic exercise, videos, role plays, group discussions and question and answer approaches.

Who Should Participate?

Technical Advisors, Project Managers, Program Managers, Program Officers, Project Officers and other professionals in Disaster and Risk Management Projects and Programs.

Training Mode:


Training Duration:

Onsite Training Workshop/ 1 Month Online / 3 Months Online / 6 Months Online

Certificate Level:

Workshop Certificate/ Basic Certificate / Advanced Certificate / Diploma Certificate

Training Intake:

Start of every new month

Course Fee:

Course fee and course duration information will be sent to you once you register on the below registration link.


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Contact us via email: [email protected]