Poverty Alleviation: Challenges, Policies and Strategies

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Course Overview:

The international development community as a whole is aware that carrying out development activities can no longer be done as usual. Efforts to reduce poverty have been ineffective, and investment for development hasn't always resulted in real changes in people's lives. An increased focus on better development and poverty alleviation program design and delivery, as well as a call for greater collaboration and accountability among development actors, have resulted from the lack of a clear correlation between development interventions and sustainable livelihood outcomes. The renewed global commitment to sustainable development made possible by the UN's Agenda 2030 is evidence that some progress has been made.

To close the aid-development gap and improve the efficacy of development initiatives, there is still much work to be done. This course offers concepts and strategies to promote the effectiveness of development activities in addition to some critical insights into the dynamic fields of international development and poverty alleviation. You can anticipate gaining a strategic awareness of the newest objectives, issues, and solutions for global development by enrolling in this course. You will get access to the fundamental ideas and resources for promoting sustainable development and eradicating poverty. In this course, you'll learn:

  • Gain a strategic understanding of emerging priorities, problems and solutions for international development.

  • Access essential tools and training for enhancing the effectiveness of development projects and programs

  • Apply course concepts to your work using the development effectiveness toolkit

  • Access lecture videos with accompanying notes and handouts

  • Get a Certificate of Completion after finishing the course

 

Who can take this course?

This course can be taken by anyone, directly or indirectly, involved in international development work. The course combines theory and practice, and uses a hands-on approach to tackle some of the most pressing development issues of our time. The course can be taken by development practitioners, NGOS, donors, funding agencies, researchers, academics, students, and citizens with a stake in seeing greater impacts of development and poverty alleviation efforts.

What you'll learn
  • By taking this course, you can expect to gain a strategic understanding of emerging priorities, problems and solutions for international development.
$3,950.00 Fees + VAT as applicable

(including coffee breaks and a buffet lunch daily)

Duration: 10 Days

5th –16th February, 2024

 2nd – 13th September, 2024

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