Grants Writing Training for Non-Governmental Organizations

Zambia Salary:

Grants Writing Training for Non-Governmental Organizations – 22nd February to 5th March 2021.
Overview of Training:
Our highly experienced International training consultants, Grant Professionals Association Certified, immediate past president of the New England Chapter of the Grant Professionals Association (; and founder of MJH Grants ( will be delivering a Virtual Grants Writing Training for Non Governmental Organizations through guided webinar sessions from 22nd February to 5th March 2021.
MJH Grants has helped raise millions of dollars in grants for a variety of local and international non-profit organizations in the United States and overseas. With significant experience working with healthcare organizations, international non-governmental organizations, and local community-based organizations, MJH Grants wins grants and helps them grow.
Number of Participants: 35 Slots available
What: This is a 10-session (2 hours once a day Monday-Friday for 2 weeks) introductory course to grant-writing which will take you from what you need to have in place to be ready to apply for grant through the writing of the proposal and submission.
When: Feb 22 – March 5, 2021.
Who: This course is an “advanced beginner” level recommended for people working at registered non-governmental organizations that have a finance department and systems and processes in place for managing money and programs/activities. Individuals from informal Community-Based Organizations without these systems in place are also encouraged to apply.
Training Outline
Week 1
Introduction to resource mobilization principles and strategies
A snapshot of the current funding environment for non-profit organisations
Is Your Organization Grant-Ready? What you need to know and have in place before you start applying for grants.
Overview of Proposal Writing: Looking at the different parts of a proposal.
Starting with the End in Mind – & How to Create Your Project Structure- (or Theory of Change &The Logic Model)
Logic Models Continued
Methodology and Activities- Who will do what, by when?
Week 2
Creating a Strong Problem Statement
Writing the Narrative- A few basics
Measuring Success – How to develop a strong Monitoring and Evaluation Plan
Creating a Budget & Budget Narrative
Putting It All Together- Submission and Troubleshooting
Registration Fees
Registration Type Regular fees
Training Fee ZMK 3,720 / USD 180
The Trainers:
Maura Harrington, MIIM, GPC
Maura Harrington, MIIM, GPC, is an American seasoned grant professional with more than 20 years of non-profit development experience. She worked overseas for more than ten years in a variety of non-profit positions, including proposal development, project management, public speaking, and training, in the former Soviet Union, (Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, and Armenia). She was a senior grant writer and manager in the health care industry close to 10 years, specializing in large foundation, federal, and state grant applications. She holds a master’s degree in International and Intercultural Management from the SIT Graduate Institute (formerly the School for International Training), and a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism from Boston University. She speaks fluent French and some Georgian.
In 2017, Maura obtained her Grant Professional Certification (GPC) from the Grant Professionals Certification Institute. She is also the immediate past president of the New England Chapter of the Grant Professionals Association (; a national organisation dedicated to the advancement of grant professionals.
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