Resource Centre

Welcome to the Resource Centre. Here you will find links to project-related documents, other resources from FAO, tools from other organizations and a photo gallery of past project activities. If you have any further questions or resource needs, please contact our Programme Officer at asna.zareen@fao.org. 

IAPP TA Documents
 
FAO Project Document
Project Logical Framework
Inception Report
Pre-Event Assessment Template
End of Event Assessment Template
Six Month Post Event Follow Up Assessment Template
Good Agricultural Governance Course Report
Project Cycle Management Workshop Report
Initial Farmers’ Organization Mapping and Capacity Assessment Report – April 2012
•       Final Farmers' Organization Mapping and Capacity Assessment Report
Call for Applications for PhD/MSc Candidates
Community Facilitator Training Report
COSTAB and Financial and Economic Analysis Course PowerPoint
IMA Knowledge Management Course
2012 IAPP TA Work Plan
2013 IAPP TA Work Plan
 
 

Other FAO resources 
Bangladesh National Food Policy Capacity Strengthening Project
 
FAO’s Investment Centre
 
Investment Centre Tools:
 
Social Analysis for Agriculture and Rural Investments Toolkit with Manager’s Guide, Practitioner’s Guide and Field Guide
Climate change guidelines: Incorporating climate change considerations into agricultural investment programmes
Training Manual on Good Agricultural Governance: A Resource Guide Focused on Smallholder Crop Production
Stocktaking of Agricultural Water Investment in India: A review of selected World-Bank supported projects
Stocktaking of M&E and Management Information Systems – Selected Agricultural and Rural Development Projects in South Asia
Stocktaking of Livelihood Projects in India
Study on Potential of Mobile Phones in Investment and Development Projects
Use of Monitoring and Evaluation in Agriculture and Rural Development Projects
Country Investment Plans In Agriculture: Lessons From Early Experience
FAO Investment Days
 
FAO Capacity Development Portal
 
FAO’s Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific
 
Food Security E-Learning Courses
 
FAO Good Practices Website
 
FAO’s Nutrition Division
 
State of Food and Agriculture 2012: Investing in Agriculture for a Better Future
 
Additional FAO Tools
 
Field tools in participatory approaches
Application of Participatory Tools in the Stages of a Project
Overview of Participatory Rural Appraisal
Integrating a Gender Dimension into Monitoring and Evaluation of Rural Development Projects
Project Cycle Management - Technical Guide
Good Practices in Building Innovative Rural Institutions to Increase Food Security: 
Summary
Case studies
Farmer Field School Implementation Guide
Bangladesh National Food Policy Capacity Strengthening Programme
 

Related Resources From Other Organizations 
 
IAPP Project Appraisal Document
Country Investment Plan for Agriculture, Food Security and Nutrition
Country Investment Plan Monitoring report 2012
Learning Network on Capacity Development
UNDP Capacity Development
Capacity.org

 

 

Activities

  • STUDY TOUR FOR BANGLADESHI FARMERS' ORGANIZATION LEADERS TO THE PHILIPPINES

    IAPP TA organized a Study Tour for...

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    STUDY TOUR FOR BANGLADESHI FARMERS' ORGANIZATION LEADERS TO THE PHILIPPINES

    IAPP TA organized a Study Tour for Bangladeshi Farmers’ Organization Leaders to the Philippines. The delegation visited PAKISAMA, a national farmers’ organization in the Philippines, in order to learn about their successes and challenges in federating at the national level. The tour took place from the 1st to the 7th of June 2013. The delegation consisted of 12 farmers’ organization leaders, a representative from the IAPP and the FAO facilitation team. Read More...

  • NATIONAL FEDERATED FARMERS' ORGANIZATION SHARING WORKSHOP

    IAPP TA organized a Federated Farmers' Organization ...

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    NATIONAL FEDERATED FARMERS’ ORGANIZATION SHARING WORKSHOP

    IAPP TA organized a Federated Farmers’ Organization Sharing Workshop, which brought together representatives of organizations that were identified by the farmers’ organization mapping to have made progress towards sustainability and federation, in order to facilitate further development. 

    Participants wereleaders and facilitators of federated and/or mature farmers’ organizations (FOs), as well as the nascent Livelihood Field Schools of theIAPP. The workshop created a positive, forward momentum among the participating organizations. It served as a forum where they could share their experiences, learn from each other, and raise their concerns. Participants have since developed rapport with other FOs which is leading to a network of FO leaders. Read More...

  • MAPPING AND CAPACITY ASSESSMENT OF FARMERS' ORGANIZATIONS IN BANGLADESH

    The IAPP TA team conducted a mapping...

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    MAPPING AND CAPACITY ASSESSMENT OF FARMERS' ORGANIZATIONS IN BANGLADESH

    "In September 2012 IAPP TA organized a training course on Good Agricultural Governance with a focus on smallholder farmers. This training was the first of its kind in Bangladesh and brought together participants from the private sector, Government, and of course farmers' organizations. Read More...

  • COSTAB/FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS TRAINING

    IAPP TA organized a training course in COSTAB......

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    COSTAB/FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS TRAINING

    IAPP TA organized a training course in COSTAB and Financial and Economic Analysis. A total of 15 participants joined from different ministries and relevant departments. The training covered concepts and tools for project costing, particularly COTAB, as well as basic concepts of financial and economic analysis. Participants came from a variety of government organizations, including the Ministry of Agriculture, the Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock, the Department of Agriculture Extension, the Department of Fisheries, the Economic Relations Division, the Implementation Monitoring and Evaluation Division, the Agriculture, Water Resources and Rural Institutions Division, the Bangladesh Rice Research Institute, the Bangladesh Agricultural Development Corporation and the IAPP. Read More...

  • GOOD AGRICULTURAL GOVERNANCE TRAINING

    IAPP TA organized a training course on Good ...

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    GOOD AGRICULTURAL GOVERNANCE TRAINING

    IAPP TA organized a training course on Good Agricultural Governance with a focus on smallholder farmers.This training was the first of its kind in Bangladesh and brought together participants from the private sector, Government, and of course farmers' organizations. The concept of good governance is widely discussed nowadays, however agricultural governance is a new topic for many. The objective of the training was to assist all stakeholders working in the field of agriculture at micro/macro levels in developing their capacity to ensure active participation of all stakeholders in enhancing agricultural governance in the crop sector, to support the effective functioning of institutions, the application of technologies and scientific innovations... Read More...

  • PROJECT CYCLE MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP

    IAPP TA organized a Workshop on Project Cycle Management in partnership ...

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    PROJECT CYCLE MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP

    IAPP TA organized a Workshop on Project Cycle Management in partnership with IMA International and the Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC). The workshop brought together mid-level government officials involved in different stages of the project cycle.It took place at the Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC) campus inSavar. The purpose of the workshop was to collectively assess current project cycle management (PCM) in Bangladesh in order to identify strengths, weaknesses, challenges and needs as well as possible future interventions for capacity development to strengthen result based PCM. Read More...

  • MONITORING &EVALUATION KNOWLEDGE SHARING NETWORK

    Following the M&E course in July 2012, IAPP TA ...

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    MONITORING &EVALUATION KNOWLEDGE SHARING NETWORK

    Following the M&E course in July 2012, IAPP TA has facilitated the development of a Monitoring and Evaluation Knowledge Sharing Network within the Government. The network is active and meets regularly.The aim of the network is to improve monitoring and evaluation (M&E) within the government of Bangladesh by sharing best practices between M&E practitioners in different ministries and departments. The network currently has approximately 10 members and is looking to open up to other government officers. Read More...