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close this bookSmall Projects Design and Management: Training Manual for Volunteers and Counterparts (Peace Corps; 1987; 91 pages)
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View the documentIntroduction to the manual
View the documentSession 1: Workshop expectations/group resource identification
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Open this folder and view contentsSession 3: Problem analysis as part of project identification
Open this folder and view contentsSession 4: Setting project objectives
Open this folder and view contentsSession 5: Identifying project resource needs
Open this folder and view contentsSession 6: Testing project feasibility
Open this folder and view contentsSession 7: Determining project roles and responsibilities
Open this folder and view contentsSession 8: Monitoring and evaluating small community projects


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