Project Management Training

Yesterday, the first training module for participants of the Recovery and Resilience Project took place. Its topic is Regional and Local Economic Development during the war.

As part of the project, we want to help regional state administrations, municipalities and regional development agencies acquire and improve knowledge and skills of their project management specialists.

Thirty-nine people from Zaporizhzhia, Kherson, Dnipro, Chernivtsi and Zakarpattia regions joined the training.

They want to strengthen competencies to ensure effectiveness of Ukraine’s recovery and resilience. That is why we have taken great care in creating the curriculum and selecting mentors who will guide participants along the way. There are five modules.

The project’s trainers include:

  • Iryna Kuropas, European Project Cycle Management Trainer; communications and international relations specialist;
  • Anatolii Tkachuk, Science and Development Director at the Civil Society Institute;
  • Vadym Tabakera, Deputy Director – Head of the Department in the Lviv Regional Military Administration;
  • Liubov Margolina, Program Development, Monitoring and Evaluation Manager at East Europe Foundation;
  • Natalia Starinska, certified Project Management Professional PMI, trainer on RMI standards;
  • Artem Konovalov, expert on institutional development and project management for civil society organizations; and,
  • Iryna Titarenko, communications expert, mentor of educational programs in which she teaches to quickly establish contacts and improve communication skills.

We are pleased to finally start the training and wish all participants inspiration and fruitful work!

The Recovery and Resilience Program is implemented by East Europe Foundation with funds from the Federal Government of Germany and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.