Manual for Development Project (Revised) published in 1997 by Projects Wing, Planning and Development Division (Planning Commission), Government of Pakistan.
NGOs Support Programme is tenth chapter of Manual for Development Projects. Recognizing the key supporting role of NGOs in socio-economic development and increasing interest shown by international donor community, necessitated the government to streamline foreign assistance programme to NGOs in the country. The chapter details specifics of Standing Committee on NGOs created for the purpose.
Social Action Programme (SAP) is ninth chapter of Manual of Development Projects. SAP was a national programme that aimed to strengthen basic social services. It promoted active involvement and coordination of all stakeholders – national and provincial governments, NGOs, private sector, and communities. The chapter discusses design and implementation aspects of the programme in detail.
Project Evaluation is eighth chapter of Manual of Development Projects. It is the final phase of project cycle. Evaluation is essential for improving effectiveness and efficiency of development expenditure. The chapter describes need and importance of evaluation, different types of evaluation, difference between monitoring and evaluation, requirements for undertaking and use of evaluation studies.
Project Implementation and Monitoring is chapter 07 of Manual for Development Projects. It is the fourth phase where you actually carry out the planned work. Issues discussed includes change in scope, delays, and scheduling techniques like PERT and CPM. The chapter depicts true role of monitoring and describes related concepts, methods & techniques, and quarterly progress reporting mechanism.