Upcoming Events

E.g., Apr 25, 2015
E.g., Apr 25, 2015
Apr 27, 2015 to Apr 29, 2015
Dakar SN
EN FRANÇAIS / IN FRENCH OMB's new grant guidance in 2 CFR 200 went into effect December 26, 2014. This workshop will address any requirements related to these new regulations. International organizations that rely on USAID funding often face challenges in effectively managing their awards. The...
Apr 27, 2015 to Apr 29, 2015
Dar es Salaam TZ
Staff of international NGOs are asked to use limited resources to manage projects that aim to address complex social problems under challenging circumstances. Successfully delivering your project on scope, on time, and on budget requires a set of skills that must be learned and then refined through...
Apr 28, 2015 to Apr 30, 2015
Washington DC US
What is an allowable cost? What procedures do I need to follow when purchasing equipment with USAID money? How much can I revise my budget without having to go to USAID for approval? How long should I retain records? What are the most common audit findings and how can I avoid being written up by...
Apr 30, 2015 to May 01, 2015
Dakar SN
EN FRANÇAIS / IN FRENCH OMB's new grant guidance in 2 CFR 200 went into effect December 26, 2014. This workshop will address any requirements related to these new regulations. Consistent and effective financial management is the key to receiving funding from the US Government–and also to reducing...
May 04, 2015 to May 12, 2015
Through the many courses at the Summer Peacebuilding Institute, staff in your organizations can: Gain skills and knowledge to decrease violence and conflict. Share experiences and learn with colleagues from more than 30 countries. Learn to promote peace in your community, country, office, or home....
May 04, 2015 to May 12, 2015
Explore ways to build non-violent social change movements at the international, national, and community level. Build community. Transform relationships. Promote peace. Discover how nonviolence, activism, and advocacy can be used effectively in community organizing and building civil society...
May 04, 2015 to May 12, 2015
The current criminal justice system focuses mainly on punishment of the offender.  In so doing, it marginalizes the victim, the community, and the families of both the victim and the offender.  In addition, it has pushed support networks for these key stakeholders outside of the system. Restorative...
May 05, 2015 to May 06, 2015
Washington DC US
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to utilize their knowledge of USAID procurement guidelines, review budgets, and develop procurement plans that address organizational and USAID requirements under grants and cooperative agreements. Understand USAID procurement regulations, the...
May 05, 2015 to May 07, 2015
Miami FL US
International organizations that rely on USAID funding often face challenges in effectively managing their awards. The rules and regulations associated with award management are complex and the practical application of these rules is crucial for compliant project implementation. Organizations need...
May 07, 2015 to May 08, 2015
Washington DC US
Many organizations implement USAID-funded projects which include subawards to local organizations. Local organizations are often essential to project success. Organizations need to manage subawards in ways that accomplish project objectives while assuring compliance with donor rules and regulations...

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