Grants Management Training Workshop 22nd To 25th April 2024 Venue: Rotterdam, Netherlands

Grants Management Training Workshop 22nd To 25th April 2024 Venue: Rotterdam, Netherlands

The job of Grants Management involves a difficult balancing act; ensuring that project staffs have the attitude to accomplish something meaningful and at the same time, every obligation of the funding source is met. Depending on the operating style of your organization, the complexity of the project and the nature of the funding source, effective Grants Management depend on certain core principles. These

Principles are valuable in helping to build trust with your donors and making the management process in your organization more orderly. The purpose of this course is to build the confidence and skills of those

responsible for managing institutional donor grants and to meet donors financial terms & conditions when implementing programs. Effective grant management by project implementer s can contribute to more funding for the organization.

Training Objectives

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  1. a) Identify and understand the critical terms and conditions of grant aid for donor-funded projects,
  2. b) Ensure compliance with donor terms and conditions,
  3. c) Providing supporting documents, correct procurement of goods and services and meeting financial reporting requirements,
  4. d) Managing multiple-funded programmes,
  5. e) Prepare a donor financial report to match with a project narrative report,
  6. f) Describe the phases in the Grant Management cycle clarify key responsibilities and routines needed for successful Grant Management,
  7. g) Identify the requirements for closing off a donor grant,
  8. h) Manage the relationship with donors, head office and implementing partners with greater confidence,
  9. i) Appreciate that finance and programme staff must work closely for

Successful Grant Management.


The following topics will be covered:

Overview of Grants Management Cycle: Developing proposal, Budgeting

Types of costs, Grant Award Contract, Types & contents, Group

Exercise, Award Review, Fundraising Tips, Implementation, Compliance,

Eligible and ineligible costs, Cost Share/ Matching costs, Procurement

Procedures, Grant Tracking Tools, : Costs eligibility, administration,

Programme evaluation, Amendment time, costs, activities, partner,

Grant Reporting, Financial Documentation and Reporting, Exercise:

Documentation, Internal Controls; Audit, Narrative Reporting,

Partnerships & consortia management, Donor Compliance, Personnel &

Staff Issues (ethics) : Contracts, Time sheets, Travel & Per diem:

Itinerary, assigning, Assets & Inventory Management, Co-Financing &

Multi- Donor Funding, Indirect Costs & Contingencies, Close Out Procedures

& the Final Tranche.


Training Fee EUR 2000 PER PERSON


How to Register for the Grants Management Workshop

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Closing date:

CARE is an international NGO with local staff and community partners in more than 90 countries. We create local solutions to poverty and inequality and we seek dignity for everyone every day and during times of crisis. These solutions have a broad range, from clean water to access to education; from microfinance to ensuring that everyone has nutritious food; from agriculture and climate change to disaster response. CARE puts women and girls at the center of everything we do because they have proven to be the best hope for creating lasting change in the world. Our staff live where they work, which makes us effective at understanding the challenges they face. We’ve been doing this for over 70 years, since World War II. It started with the world’s first CARE Package® of food for the post-war hungry in Europe. Our work today is as important as ever, we believe that poverty and inequality are historic injustices that we can end within a generation, for good. If you share our core beliefs: poverty is an injustice; poverty is solvable; and together, we have the power to end it, join us, and fight with CARE.

CARE has been operating in South Sudan since 1993 with around 400 staff currently spread across five states. CARE South Sudan’s Strategy (2019 to 2022) focuses on women and girls with community-level intervention to respond to emergencies, build peace, and strengthen resilience.

CARE is seeking an innovative, visionary, and talented Country Director (CD) who will be responsible for fulfilling the Care International (CI) approved “Performance Standards of Country Offices” and will lead the development, funding, and implementation of the Care South Sudan program portfolio. The CD will also be responsible for adequate emergency preparedness and will manage emergency programming and operations.

The person in this role will establish and sustains productive relationships and influence with government officials, donors, and strategic partners. They will lead the Country Office’s fundraising strategy and ensure the CO’s financial viability. The CD will contribute to CARE’s global strategy, Vision 2030 of being locally-led and globally connected, share knowledge, and supports the generation of evidence to inform CARE’s global programming.

The Country Director will be accountable for competent operational and risk management processes, including the proper management, wellbeing and safety of CARE staff and the proper stewardship of CARE’s resources. This is a leadership role in which the CD will model and ensure the systematic practice of CARE’s core values – Transformation, Integrity, Diversity, Excellence, and Equality. They will also promote Gender Equality and Diversity among CO staff and in programming. The CD models new ways of working and drives the teams toward the CARE 2030 vision, fostering innovation, holistic planning, and programming and helping to build effective teams, coalitions, and networks. They will encourage ongoing staff development, empowerment, and autonomy to motivate and strengthen the teams’ resilience in the face of change and challenge and build a strong, innovative senior leadership team while effectively and successfully managing all direct reports.


  • Staff management, development, and empowerment
  • Strategic planning
  • Program impact and relevance
  • Resource mobilization and operations viability
  • Human resources/Human Capital
  • External relations, partnerships, and advocacy


  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field
  • 6-8 years in a senior management position in the development field
  • Strategic and Operational Management
    • Demonstrated experience in leading strategic and operational planning
    • Extensive conceptual skills including strategic analysis
    • Demonstrated management skills in a complex international setting
  • People/Relationship Management
    • Demonstrated self-awareness, leadership, and interpersonal skills
    • Strong human resource management skills including capacity building, coaching, and conflict management
    • Experience supervising and developing a multi-disciplinary team in a cross-cultural setting
    • Demonstrated interest and ability to give feedback, develop, motivate and lead a diverse team to achieve results
    • Demonstrated use of positive coping strategies in stressful environments
  • Financial Management
    • Knowledge and experience with financial management as demonstrated by the ability to
    • Manage a complex budget
    • Effectively follow-up on internal and external audit recommendations
    • Ensure donor compliance and reporting
  • Information/Knowledge Management
    • Ability to establish a learning culture within the CO and to facilitate knowledge sharing across CARE

How to apply

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