Project design and management
KIT Health can assist in both the design and implementation phase of projects. For project design KIT has the skills to perform needs assessment, project identification and formulation, and proposal development. For project implementation KIT offers capacity to coordinate and manage larger scale projects.
Thorough assessments for improved design
KIT’s multi-disciplinary staff are able to perform a variety of assessments, using quantitative and/or qualitative methods, to inform the formulation of new projects or programmes. These services can be offered to third parties, or can be the first steps of direct involvement in project formulation and proposal development.
In case a consortium for joint programme development is desired, KIT is well networked to identify and liaise with potential partners. KIT has a wide range of links around the globe with both governmental and non-governmental stakeholders including the private sector in the health field, as well as with several UN agencies and global health initiatives.
KIT has experience and capacity to manage larger scale projects that involve a number of different implementing partners. Management includes both responsibility for the achievement of the overall goal and objectives as well as financial operations and reporting.
KIT contributions to project design and management
- Quantitative and qualitative assessments
- Perform project formulation and proposal development together with partners and other stakeholders
- Facilitate (aspects of) project formulation and proposal development for third parties
- Management of partner consortia
- Act as fund holder overseeing number of implementing partners
- Design and implement appropriate M&E systems
- Sound financial management