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From Thailand to the world: Starting the first Learning Route on Public Private Partnership in Asia

Starting on Monday, 22nd October in Bangkok, the Learning Route on the Thailand experience in Pro Rural Poor Public Private Partnership has been initiated. Sponsored by IFAD and organized jointly by APMAS, AIT-Extension and the PROCASUR Corporation will gather over 30 public and private rural development practitioners from Thailand, Vietnam, Lao PDR, India, Cambodia and Madagascar.  Read more »

Spider Web Tool

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Rural Development through Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs)?


Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) have entered both theory and practice ofdevelopment cooperation in manifold forms. The first two chapters of the present publication aim to elucidate the term and place it in a wider context of devel-opment policy. This introduction is followed by three examples which serve to analyse the potential, as well as the limits and risks, of PPPs in rural development.

Participation and Social Assessment: Tools and Techniques

Jennifer Rietbergen-McCracken & Deepa Narayan (IBRD, Word Bank)

This resource kit aims to share information and experiences on participatory methodsin order to support the adoption of participatory approaches in World Bank–supported projects and studies. The materials included in the kit have been selected to provide the core essential information about the different methods and applications, with the primary focus on providing practical guidance and case examples.

Training Materials, APMAS Workshop on "Training Delivery Skills", 20-22 Dec 2011

This material was used during APMAS Workshop on "Training Delivery Skills", Bangkok, 20-22 December 2011.

PReSCoP Principle for Effective Training Delivery

From 20 to 22 December 2011, APMAS conducted a workshop on "Training Delivery Skills". This workshop offers a structured approach to planning and delivering a training programme. Most experts and managers would have had experience of making presentations, whereas an effective training delivery goes beyond making presentations.  Read more »

Consultation Meeting for Case Based Gender Process Monitoring in Cambodia

APMAS-Gender organized a consultation meeting with RuLIP and RPRP Projects, Ministry of Women's Affairs (MoWA), Ministry of Forests and Fisheries (MAFF), and provincial department staffs to discuss a ‘Case Based Gender Process Monitoring System’ for IFAD projects in Cambodia. The meeting was conducted during 1-2 September, 2011 at Phnom Penh, Cambodia.  Read more »

MDF Report of Training on "Supporting Community Driven Development"

The report serves as a summary of highlights, as APMAS documented the events in full through pictures, and also captured facts tools at its website. 

School Without Walls: Delivering Training to IFAD Supported Groups

Training delivery in many cases of IFAD Rural Development Projects has taken a central point in contributing to the success of the overal project objectives. Therefore the success of training delivery to intended stakeholders (in most cases farmers) is crucial. Cambodia has shown this by strategizing training delivery and this best practice shared the approach and experience.  Read more »

Training Delivery Skills

1. Background

This course offers a structured approach to planning and delivering a training programme. Most experts and managers would have had experience of making presentations. Effective Training delivery goes beyond making presentations.

2. Target Audience  Read more »