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How to Write a Winning Proposal Training Workshop

By: African Radio Drama Association (ARDA)

Lagos State, Nigeria

24 - 28 Aug, 2015  5 days

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The African Radio Drama Association (ARDA) is pleased to announce the 2015 ‘How to write a winning proposal’ training in Nigeria. As the world becomes more and more competitive, knowing how to write good and convincing proposals has become a vital skill for everyone who wishes to attract outside funding for their projects. The “How to Write a Winning Proposal” workshop will strengthen the capacity of participants to design and develop strong and fundable projects as well as adopt new terms and approaches to proposal writing, budgeting and negotiating projects.

The workshop will guide participants through the steps of effective proposal writing strategies in a lively, friendly and creative setting and will integrate theory with practical, hands-on, experiential learning. Therefore, participants will learn by actual practice and at the end of the workshop, each participant would have learned and practiced how to write a winning proposal from start to finish.

 The African Radio Drama Association is a development communication non-governmental organization that was established in 1995 and has since obtained funding from over 30 local and international donor agencies and partners

Lekki,Lagos Aug 24 - 28 Aug, 2015
NGN320,000.00
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08037761722

An early bird special on tuition is offered for all applications received before July 31, 2015. No applications will be accepted after August 14, 2015, only for 285,000.
Data Alison Phido (Mrs.), the Executive Director of African Radio Drama Association (ARDA) and a development practitioner with over 35 years of working in roles as a grant maker as well as a fund raiser involved in designing projects and writing winning proposals. The African Radio Drama Association, which she has run from inception, is a development communication non-governmental organization that was established in 1995 and has since obtained funding from over 30 local and international donor agencies and partners. Mrs. Phido will be supported by a team of trainers with several years of practical proposal writing experience. In concert, the team has successfully written and attracted funding for various projects from some of the biggest and most sought-after funders.