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[Country] [Project title] III Virtual Course on Primary Health Care-based Pharmaceutical Services for Managers
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Contents Background Development Strategic proposal Exercises Conclusion Next steps
Background Main issues regarding the context Evidence on the problem Scope for the intervention Target population
Problem and General objective ProblemGeneral objective
SWOT Analysis Positive forcesNegative forces StrengthsWeaknesses Internal 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. OpportunitiesThreats External 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Objective-oriented Planning Matrix (OOPM) Proposed strategiesLines of actionOutputs
Indicators IndicatorFormula Input indicators Output indicators Result indicators
Identification of key stakeholders Stakeholder A Stake in the issue B Position with regard to the project C Possible contributions to the project D Strength of influence E
SUB-MODULE 1. INTRODUCTION TO THE RESULTS BASED LOGICAL FRAMEWORK RESULTS BASED LOG-FRAME TRAINING Quality Assurance and Results Department (ORQR.2 )
Istanbul Forum Country Exercise: Standard slides for country delegations.
SWOT Analysis INTERNAL FACTORS EXTERNAL FACTORS STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES OPPORTUNITIES THREATS SW OT Your text goes here HARMFUL To achieving the objectives.
SWOT Analysis. SWOT ( Internal) Strengths ( Internal) A firm’s resources and capabilities that can be used as a basis for developing a competitive advantage.
SWOT ILLUSTRATIONS Your own footerYour Logo StrengthsWeaknesses OpportunitiesThreats SWOT Text example Replace it with own Text example Replace it with.
PMDPro WORDSEARCH ANTHROPOMETRIC CAUSAL FRAMEWORK LOGICAL OUTPUTS APPRECIATIVE DECISION INDICATORS NORMATIVE SECONDARY ASSUMPTIONS FEASIBILITY JUSTIFICATION.
Strategic planning LADA- Assessing the Status, Causes and Impact of Land Degradation.
Chapter 3 Strategic Information Systems Planning.
Knowledge Translation Curriculum Module 2: Situation Analysis Lesson 3 - Political Context Analysis.
INTERNAL EXAM EXTERNAL EXAM SWOT W O T S STRENGTHS POSITIVE INFLUENCES NEGATIVE INFLUENCES OPPORTUNITIES WEAKNESSESTHREATS.
1 Orientation on Logical Framework Approach (LFA) HPM course March 2010 IMCH, Uppsala University Amal Omer-Salim.
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Identifying the evidence Laura Macdonald Health Protection Scotland
Quality Assessment of MFA’s evaluations Rita Tesselaar Policy and operations Evaluation Department Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
[ADD TITLE] Field Experience Culminating Presentation [ADD YOUR NANE] [ADD DATE]
Thematic review of Tertiary Education 1 Czech Republic Country Note Remarks of the Council of Higher Education Institutions Jan Bednář Vice-chairman.
1 Developing Tools for Measuring Performance, the GfD Contribution Working Group on Civil Service and Integrity IV Regional Meeting École Nationale dAdministration.
Independent CRP-Commissioned External Evaluation of the CGIAR Research Program (CRP): Agriculture, Nutrition and Health (A4NH) INCEPTION REPORT AND PROPOSALS.
Outcomes Focused planning NHS Health Scotland
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