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Free online courses for #globaldev pros: Sept round-up http://buff.ly/1vUNpzJ
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Are deliveries audited on your #globaldev project? Here is a template to get you started
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@Coursera course 'Questionnaire Design for Social Surveys' starts 6 Oct 2014 #globaldev http://buff.ly/1qeQ0R9
Questionnaire Design for Social Surveys is a free online class taught by Frederick Conrad and Frauke Kreuter of University of Michigan
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How to improve processes on your #globaldev project using Swim Lane diagrams http://buff.ly/VA4QFQ
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[Review] Facilitator's Guide to Participatory Decision Making - Great resource for group decision making #globaldev http://buff.ly/1o5iSpy
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New free template for creating Concept Notes - they're like short proposal that donors sometimes request #globaldev http://buff.ly/1rPAZps
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New template for creating a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) http://buff.ly/XRONVV
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How to write the sustainability section of a proposal for #globaldev http://buff.ly/1p4XaCF
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5 ways to measure qualitative results in #globaldev http://buff.ly/1pAnGIy
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7 things you can do to (try to) stop per diem abuse on your #globaldev project
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tools4dev provides resources, reviews and how-to guides for international development professionals and aid workers.
Introduction

We started tools4dev with the belief that international development practitioners and aid workers would be better at their jobs if they had access to the right tools. Many people working or volunteering in international development don’t have specialist qualifications in the area. Even those with qualifications can be overwhelmed by complicated buzzwords, academic frameworks, and a fear that “everyone else knows exactly what to do” (even though many others are thinking the same thing).

When used correctly, simple tools for planning a program, monitoring its implementation and measuring the results can reduce stress, save time and improve the quality of the results. The aim of tools4dev is to help people find the many useful tools that are already available and explain how to use them in easy-to-understand language. We also create our own templates and how-to guides with practical tips and tricks on common tasks.

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