Ongoing and Complete Projects

SECTOR /
COUNTRY

PROJECT NAME

SERVICE PROVIDED

CLIENT

FUNDING AGENCIES

DURATION

AGRICULTURE

Philippines

Agriculture Board
Review

Since 2003, AIDSI has been conducting the Aggie Board Review.  For more than a decade, AIDSI already helped almost 3,000 hopefuls in pursuing their chosen career path. Doctors and professors from the University of the Philippines Los Banos (UPLB) shared their expertise to Agriculture and other related courses graduates from 50 different Agricultural State Universities in the country.  The review which has weekdays and weekends session includes subjects such as Soil Science, Animal Science, Crop Protection, Crop Science, Agricultural Extension, and Agricultural Economics.  Aside from the review itself, AIDSI also gives mock exam to evaluate the reviewers’ learning. There is also a get together session for all the reviewers especially for those who came from faraway provinces. AIDSI’s Aggie Review Board usually produces high passing rate- with top passers.

Agriculture Graduates

NA

2003 to present (2 months / year)

Malawi

School Leadership Training Program, Malawi Education Sector Improvement Project (MESIP)
The training program is aimed to improve the leadership capacity of Head Teachers, Deputy Head Teachers and Primary Education Advisers in 800 schools in 34 districts in Malawi through development and conduct of specialized training that will focus on improving the quality of decisions made by HT/Principals/DHTs/PEAs at the school level. The AIDSI Consultant Team will conduct 80 sessions of training across Malawi with 35 participants each session, according to the school list provided by MOEST. In total, between 1,800-2,200 participants (800 HTs; 800 DTs; and 200-600 PEAs) will undergo training as well as refresher training program
Ministry of Education, Science and Technology
World Bank
September 2018-May 2020

Philippines

Integration of Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management in the Updating of Agriculture and Fisheries Modernization Plan for 2018-2023
UNDP Philippines contracted AIDSI to integrate CCA and DRM in the updating of AFMP 2018-2023. To achieve this, the Consultant Team of AIDSI will undertake and facilitate eight major tasks under this project: 1) Review of related literatures to include existing vulnerability assessment reports, adaptation and mitigation initiative in agriculture (AMIA), climate changes studies); 2) Development of a Unified Framework for CCA and DRM Integration in the 2018-2023 AFMP; 3) Review of vulnerability assessments conducted in the past; 4) Formulation of CCA and DRM options, analysis of their implications and simulations of likely scenarios; 5) Development of recommendations including policies for implementation for CCA and DRM mainstreaming in the major or banner DA programs; 6) Adaptation of the recommendations to the Regional AFMPs and PCIPs; 7) Formulation of recommendations on frameworks and manner of implementation for monitoring and evaluation of CCA and DRM implementation in DA programs, projects and activities, and Regional AFMPs and PCIPs; and 8) Preparation of Final Report including the development of recommendations for IEC campaign and advocacy for CCA and DRM mainstreaming to all stakeholders.

UNDP
Philippines

UNDP

November 2017- March 2019

Mozambique
Management and Operation of Nampula Training Centre and Demonstration Farm, Competitiveness and Private Sector Development Project

The Project was intended to establish thru public-private partnership a sustainable and market responsive tropical fruit training center and demonstration farm. This was facilitated by the Project Management Team of AIDSI thru:

  • Start up the management and operation of the training center and demonstration farm;
  • Physical and organizational development of the training center and demonstration farm;
  • Systems and processes development for the training center and demonstration farm (development of training modules and manual of operations and training program implementation); and
  • Development of strategies for the sustainability of the training center and demonstration farm.
Ministry of Industry and Commerce and Ministry of Agriculture, Mozambique
World Bank

March 2013 to December 2015

Philippines

Infrastructure for Rural Productivity Enhancement Sector (InFRES) Project

AIDSI provided the following services for the project:

Infrastructure for Rural Productivity Enhancement Sector (InFRES) Project/ OIDCI
ADB
May 2007 to June 2008

Philippines

Infrastructure for Rural Productivity Enhancement Sector (InFRES) Project

Implementation of the Training Packages:

  • Design and Delivery of Training Courses for the Department of Agriculture’s Capability Strengthening (6 batches)
  • Training on Data Gathering Using Participatory Approaches (9 batches)
AIDSI provided the following services for the project: Conduct of Capability Needs Assessment: Focus group discussions (FGD) and key informant interviews (KII) were conducted as techniques for data gathering for the CNA. Four batches of FGD were conducted in Cagayan De Oro City, Camarines Sur and Tacloban City. KII, on the other hand, involved one on one and small group interviews with the key officials and InfRES focal persons from RFUs and InfrES Project Office and Zonal Project Offices. Parallel to the conduct of FGD and KII, AIDSI administered the competency skills assessment checklist to the representatives from the LGUs and RFUs involved in the InfRES Project. CNA report was then prepared and submitted. Development of Training Design and Course Handbooks: Based on the results of the CNA, training designs for the training courses were formulated. Course handbooks for training courses were developed and distributed to all participants. Organization of the training team: Three training teams were organized for the three courses identified. The team consisted of training coordinator, resource persons, facilitator and documentor. Training management: Prior to the training, AIDSI provided assistance to the training team by furnishing them with the necessary training materials. Training kits were also prepared for the participants that included a course handbooks and training supplies. During the training, AIDSI provided support to the team to ensure the smooth flow of activities/sessions. This includes the preparation of teaching materials, reproduction of handouts, and logistical support. Post-training evaluation and submission of training report. AIDSI organized and compiled the training documentation and insights of consultants. The evaluation of the training as accomplished by the participants were encoded and summarized and included in the report. Coaching activities. AIDSI Project Team conducted field visits and coaching sessions with selected LGUs in the InfRES project areas. This undertaking served as venue to assist LGUs in the preparation of their rural infrastructure project baseline and benchmark study. Coaching activities. AIDSI Project Team conducted field visits and coaching sessions with selected LGUs in the InfRES project areas. This undertaking served as venue to assist LGUs in the preparation of their rural infrastructure project baseline and benchmark study.
Infrastructure for Rural Productivity Enhancement Sector (InFRES) Project/ OIDCI Enhancement Sector (InFRES) Project/ OIDCI
ADB

May 2007 to June 2008

Pakistan

Community Infrastructure and Services Project
AIDSI has provided the following services for the project: Prepared a comprehensive plan of International Training for CISP staff; Reviewed and improved the existing plan of Local Training and assist in its implementation; Assisted in selection/placement of the suitable candidates for local and international training programmes; Identified training institutions/organizations/ entities (local and international) for providing HRD support; Assisted in providing logistic support to trainees; Arranged travel, visas, medical tests, insurance for international training/study tours; Coordinated and liaised with institutions/trainees; Consolidated training reports and provided recommendations; and Conducted Focus Group Discussions on the HRD activities.
Local Government and Rural Development Department, AJK
World Bank

June 2004 to June 2006

SECTOR /
COUNTRY

PROJECT NAME

SERVICE PROVIDED

CLIENT

FUNDING AGENCIES

DURATION

ENVIRONMENT/CLIMATE CHANGE

Philippines

Conduct of a National Climate Change Awareness Survey, Support to the Climate Change Commission in Shaping and Implementing International Climate Regime (SupportCCC Phase 2)

AIDSI provides the following services:

  1. Development of household survey questionnaires
  2. Conduct of household survey in Philippines’ nine provinces and Metro Manila.
  3. Conduct of Focus Group Discussion composed of Local Government Units, CCC partner agencies, academe, industries, the Church, NGO, and People’s Organization in the covered areas.
  4. Data processing and analysis.
  5. Consolidation of the results of the data processing and analysis.
  6. Contextual analysis of both quantitative and qualitative data, such as baseline survey reports and primary and secondary information.
  7. Preparation of the climate change awareness survey report.
  8. Presentation of the survey result including visuals and graphics
Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

GIZ

Oct. 18, 2016 to March 31, 2017

Philippines

Design of the Monitoring and Evaluation System to support the implementation of the full training package of CLUP 2013-14 to 150 LGUs

AIDSI provides the following services:

  1. Formulation of the M & E framework and system for CLUP 2013-14 utilization by the HLURB Trainers and the LGUs;
  2. Training Needs Assessment and Capacity Building Strategy of trainers on the use of the proposed HTPAP M & E System; and
  3. Training of HLURB designated staff and piloting of the HTPAP M & E system.
Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

GIZ

September 22, 2016 to March 31, 2017

Philippines

Technical Assistance on Baseline Survey on the Level of Awareness and Knowledge on Climate Change among Beneficiaries and the Use of Adaptation Technologies/ Philippine Climate Change Adaptation Project

AIDSI was contracted to undertake the following major activities:

  • Development and trial of tool kit on public awareness and knowledge assessment and monitoring
  • Conduct of training needs assessment and development of capacity building strategy
  • Development and dissemination of knowledge management and communication strategy
  • Collation and reporting of best climate change adaptation practices for uploading to CCC KM platform
  • Development of manual/handbook on best climate change adaptation practices
  • Development of strategic plan for hand-over of knowledge management and public awareness activity
Department of Environment and Natural Resources
World Bank

October 2012 – February 2016

Philippines

Preparation of Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation System for the National Climate Change Action Plan for 2011-2028

AIDSI TA Team was tasked to accomplish the following critical activities:

  • Reviewed literature to establish the context for climate change actions in the country;
  • Developed a conceptual framework for identifying the NCCAP interventions contribution to climate change adaptation;
  • Formulated adaptation hypotheses (testable statements) for each major intervention outcome;
  • Developed a consistent adaptation Theory of Change (TOC) based on the links of the NCCAP core activities to adaptation outcomes;
  • Proposed indicators and set a baseline for M&E that target the NCCAP’s intervention objectives, linked back to the adaptation hypotheses and are informed by the ToC;
  • Reviewed current GoP monitoring and evaluation systems relevant to the NCCAP;
  • Prepared draft M&E system for the NCCAP 2011-2028;
  • Developed a results-based M&E plan for the NCCAP 2011-2016; and
  • Conducted relevant orientation, workshops, and/or coaching sessions to the NCCAP M&E Working Group to ensure transfer of knowledge and capacity development
German Development Cooperation
German Development Cooperation

October 2012 to March 2013

SECTOR /
COUNTRY

PROJECT NAME

SERVICE PROVIDED

CLIENT

FUNDING AGENCIES

DURATION

HEALTH

Philippines

Conduct of Survey on Family Planning in 14 Regions in the Philippines

AIDSI was contracted by WHO to conduct a survey in 14 regions in the Philippines to identify opportunities to increase access and utilization of modern contraceptive methods with a focus on long term reversible methods in the Philippines. Specifically, AIDSI performed the following activities:

  • Preparation and submission of operational plan;
  • Preparations for data collections which include: obtain ethical review clearance from Ethical Review Committees (National, Regional, Hospitals levels); social preparation of target health facilities and respondents; and pilot testing of data collection instruments.
  • Data collection (survey) and data processing
  • Preparation of survey results

World Health Organization
Regional Office for the Western Pacific

World Health Organization

Regional Office for the Western Pacific

November 2016 to May 2017

Philippines

Capability Building of WHSMP Teams at the National, Regional and LGU Levels (Albay, Masbate and Catanduanes)
AIDSI was contracted by the Department of Health to implement Team Building and Gender and Health Training Programs for the Women’s Health and Safe Motherhood Project (WHSMP) teams. The project involved finalization of training design and program of activities, reproduction of training materials (participant’s handbook and facilitator’s guide), delivery of training programs and evaluation, and submission of training deliverables such as documentation reports and training completion reports.
Department of Health (DOH)
World Bank /DOH

July 23, 2012 to May 2013

Philippines

Reproductive Age Mortality Studies (RAMOS): Estimation of the Maternal Mortality Ratio in Pre-Selected Ten Cities and Municipalities of the Philippines

The following scope of work were carried out in this research study:

  • Completed implementation of RAMOS in all identified sites
  • Engaged local health workers in the training and implementation and monitoring of the study;
  • Identified all maternal deaths through review of records of all local health facilities, municipal civil registry and municipal police stations, City Health Offices, Provincial Health Offices, Rural Health Units and other community sources of data;
  • Validated all identified maternal deaths through verbal autopsy
  • Analyzed data and recommend plan of action and next steps to bridge the gaps in reporting and strengthen maternal mortality registration at all levels; and
  • Provided final technical and financial report.
World Health Organization-Philippine Country Office

WHO

June 2011– June 2012

Sri Lanka
Management of Overseas Training and Study Tour Programs for the Second Health Sector Development Project

As part of strengthening the capacity of Sri Lanka human resources in the health sector, the Project supported the conduct of different training and study tour programs. The following programs were organized and implemented by AIDSI for the Project:

  1. Familiarization Program on Health Sector Development and Management in Malaysia
  2. Training Program cum Study Visit on Financial Management in Health Planning & Results-Based Management in the Philippines
  3. Familiarization Program on Management of Mental Health Disorders and Non-Communicable Diseases Control in Vietnam
  4. Familiarization Program on Planning, Implementation and Management of Decentralized Health System in Thailand
  5. Study Tour on Cost Effective Health Management System at the Community and Provincial Levels in Vietnam
  6. Familiarization Program on Health Sector Development and Management in the Philippines (2 batches)
  7. Familiarization Program on Financial and Results-Based Management in Health Planning in Thailand
  8. Training Program on Financial Management in Health Planning in the Philippines (2 batches)
  9. Training cum Study Tour Program on Health Economics and Financial Management in Malaysia
  10. Training Program on Cost Accounting and Hospital Management in Malaysia
  11. Study Tour Program on Reproductive Health in Thailand
  12. Policy Planning and Implementation of Health Management System and Financial Mgt in Malaysia
  13. Familiarization of Health Program and Delivery Systems in Indonesia
  14. Training cum Study Tour Program on Financing and Monitoring Community-Based Health Programs in the Philippines (2 batches)
  15. Familiarization Program on Management of Community Health Services in Thailand
  16. Training Program on Project Management and Financial Management (5 batches)

Twenty three batches of health related programs were participated by a total of 420 officers from the Ministry of Health of different provinces in Sri Lanka. For the above programs, AIDSI and its partners provided the following services:

Pre-training:

  • Designed the training and study tour programs in consonance with the objectives and training needs of the participants;
  • Coordinated with concerned health institutions and offices;
  • Arranged hotel accommodations, transportation and other logistical requirements; and
  • Prepared training materials and manuals; and
  • Coordinated the arrival and billeting of the participants.

Actual Implementation:

  • Coordinated the conduct of daily activities, ensuring the smooth flow of sessions/ visits and monitoring the progress of the participants;
  • Handled all administrative arrangements and training management concerns;
  • Facilitated the evaluation of the course and resource consultants;
  • Accompanied participants to cultural and familiarization tours; and
  • Arranged proper send-off of participants.

Post-training:

  • Prepared program completion report which included relevant recommendations.
Finance Commission / Provincial Council
World Bank

2006-2010

Philippines

Capacity Building of WHSM Teams at the National, Regional and Local Levels
AIDSI was contracted by the Department of Health to implement Team Building and Gender and Health Training Programs for the Women’s Health and Safe Motherhood Project (WHSMP) teams. The project involved development of training design and program of activities, development of training materials (participant’s handbook and facilitator’s guide), delivery of training programs and evaluation, and submission of training deliverables such as documentation reports and training completion reports.
Department of Health, Philippines, Women’s Health and Safe Motherhood Project
World Bank

July to December 2009

Philippines

Assessment of the Regulatory Capacity of the Local Government Units

AIDSI was contracted to perform the following tasks:

  1. Formulated a research proposal and a corresponding work plan in support of the objectives of the study;
  2. Reviewed and studied existing regulatory mandates of LGUs that could be used as support to/basis for decentralization of regulatory functions;
  3. Designed a framework for decentralization of health regulation of health facilities and health products to LGUs;
  4. Organized forum/discussion sessions to evaluate/comment on the study results, and
  5. Assisted the DOH in facilitating research result dissemination and publication.
Department of Health (DOH)
DOH

February – October 2009

Philippines

Assessment of the Implementation of the Performance Management System (PMS) and its Effects on Employee and Organizational Productivity in the Department of Health (DOH)

AIDSI was tasked to do the following:

  1. Developed research proposal on evaluating PMS/revised PES as a tool to increase employee’s productivity or attainment of health sector goals;
  2. Conducted research;
  3. Enhanced competencies of Health Human Resource Development Bureau (HHRDB) staff to conduct research through: participation of HHRDB staff in refining the research design; regular meetings and/or workshops involving HHRDB staff; active participation of HHRDB staff in the conduct of research including data analysis and report preparation
  4. Prepared dissemination plan and assistance in advocacy of the study results.
Department of Health (DOH)
DOH

January – October 2009

Philippines

Prevention and Control of SARS in the Philippines
AIDSI was contracted to develop communication plan, health communication materials, Community-Based Surveillance and Referral System, local version of WHO SARS training modules, and reference module for trainers and participants. Conducted training of selected health service to include City Health officers/municipal health officers, health education and promotion officers and Barangay Health Emergency Response Teams.
Department of Health
World Bank

March 2006 to February 2007

Philippines

Conduct of Training Needs Assessment for Solo Practice Midwives in NCR and Luzon

The following critical activities were undertaken for the project:

  • Administered and completed TNA of 500 privately practicing midwives in the National Capital Region (NCR) and another 500 outside the NCR, within the city limits and in non-city urbanized areas in Luzon in the provinces of Bulacan, Pampanga, Laguna and Cavite to benchmark and assess the knowledge, skills and practices of private midwives including their business management skills and financing needs.
  • Completed 10% of the surveyed midwives for in-depth interview to gather detailed information on cash flow, income and expenditures in their practice.
  • Developed coding manual for management information system to link data collection and analysis.
  • Designed and produced a program (database) for encoding and analyzing data based on the specification required by the project.
  • Assisted PRISM to identify technical and business management needs among private midwives to produce training curriculum for Midwife Entrepreneur Program
PRISM Project – Chemonics International Inc
USAID

April to May 2005

Philippines

Training Needs Assessment – Public Health Component

The following critical activities were undertaken for the project:

  • Developed and designed survey questionnaires based on the primarily on the tasks/functions and standard competencies set by the DOH.
  • Conducted survey questionnaire and focus group discussions among key informants for the administration and completion of TNA of medical personnel of PPHU and ILHZes to assess general health situation, identify priorities in each unit and to determine the gaps between the existing and necessary competencies of four provinces.
  • Developed coding manual for management information system to link data collection and analysis.
  • Designed and produced a program for encoding and analyzing data based on the specification required by the project.
  • Formulated/Generated recommendations in terms of training and development, organizational development interventions and other priority programs of BIARSP.
Belgian Integrated Agrarian Reform Support Programm (BIARSP) – Technical Support and Coordination Office (TSCO), Department of Agrarian Reform and Department of Health

EU

March to May 2005

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SERVICE PROVIDED

CLIENT

FUNDING AGENCIES

DURATION

EDUCATION

Lao PDR
Second Education Development Project Ethnic Group Development

AIDSI was contracted to undertake the following activities:

  • Analysis: Study and experimentation on the most effective and efficient methods of teaching and learning the Lao Language to the non-Lao ethnic group; Planning and experimentation on the three new methods
  • Training: Conduct of Cultural Awareness Training (CAT) for staff of Ministry of Education (MOE), who are expected to infuse gender and ethnicity in education; Conduct of conference, workshops, seminars, symposia and in-depth studies on the Development of EGDP Learning Program
  • Technical Support: Assists in the development of tests for the Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes (ASLO); Assists in the preparation of Textbooks and Teacher’s Guide (TTG) and other instructional materials which includes developing criteria and guidelines in addressing gender and ethnic bias to ensure equity; Advise on the development of Community-based education to ensure gender and ethnic mainstreaming in Lao; Provides assistance and advice to Project Management Unit (PMU) in regards to Project Monitoring and Evaluation (PME).
Department of Planning and Cooperation, EDPII Project
World Bank

May 22, 2006 to December 2009

Philippines
Strategic Management Training Program for Technical Vocational Administrators

AIDSI was tasked to deliver the following scope of work:

  • Designed and conducted a one-week capability building program for TVHSAs to address the critical competency requirements of the principal identified tech-voc high schools;
  • Developed training manual consisted of the following modules: environmental analysis; identifying tech-voc strategic alternative goals; developing tech-voc school’s strategic goals and plans; instructional management; developing and managing a tech-voc operations plan; and monitoring and evaluation;
  • Provided a performance review and monitoring system template that would review and assess enhanced competencies and performance of the TVHSAs after the training (to be used by DepEd);
  • Provided an operations manual and action plan/template that would guide the TVHSAs in their management and supervisory; and
  • Submitted training documentation reports and project completion report.
Department of Education
Government of the Philippines (GOP)

September 2009 to December 2009

Tajikistan
Development of Education Management Information System (EMIS) and Monitoring and Evaluation System (MES) Modules

AIDSI scope of responsibilities included the following:

  1. Designed/Developed the following EMIS and MES training modules fitted to the conditions of Tajikistan.

Module 1. The Role of Information in Planning (distinction between data and information)

Module 2. Designing of Information System for Manager’s Need

Module 3. Designing of School Survey and School Databases

Module 4. Centralized and Decentralized Systems, and Program Evaluation

Module 5. Centralized and Decentralized Systems

  1. Coordinated with the ESRP-PMU for any concerns related to the development of EMIS and MES modules.
  2. Assumed overall responsibility in the development of modules to ensure that the target outputs are effectively and timely delivered.
  3. Submitted the above EMIS and MES modules.
PMU-ESRP Director, Education Sector Reform Project (ESRP)
ADB

November 2007 to January 2008

Pakistan
Overseas Staff Development Program of the Technical Education Project (TEP)
The Ministry of Education of the Government of Pakistan engaged AIDSI to manage its overseas training program providing a total of 610 person months spread over three years involving 270 participants from selected polytechnic schools in four provinces. AIDSI’s Terms of Reference as contractor covered the design and arrangement of training courses; coordination with appropriate institutions in the Philippines, Malaysia, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Thailand and Singapore where training can effectively be conducted; fund management; and ensuring that all logistics and technical requirements are met.
Ministry of Education of the Government of Pakistan
ADB

1999-2002

Indonesia
Overseas Fellowship Program of the Six Universities Development and Rehabilitation Project (SUDRP)
AIDSI was contracted to provide management services to SUDRP for the conduct of fellowship programs in the Philippines to improve the capabilities of university academic staff in specialized fields from the six selected universities included in the Project. The program involved four (4) scholars for Doctoral and Masteral degrees. Scope of services offered by AIDSI included pre-arrangement services such as screening of candidates and placement of fellows in Masteral/Doctoral programs, fund management (payment of fees, disbursement of allowances), administrative support, program monitoring and supervision such as submission of progress reports, consultations with the students’ academic advisor, etc.
Six Universities Development and Rehabilitation Project (SUDRP), Indonesia
ADB
2000
Bangladesh
Overseas Short Term Training Program and Overseas Fellowship Grants of the Crop Diversification Project (CDP)
AIDSI conducted two capability-building programs to upgrade and strengthen the manpower capabilities of key officers from CDP. Convening to the staff development requirements of the Project, customized training programs were designed and implemented. Further, AIDSI was also contracted by CIDA to implement its fellowship program. The program involved seven (7) scholars and entailed a total of 84 man-months duration. There were 4 fellows for PhD Programs and 1 fellow for Masteral program in the Philippines and 2 fellows for PhD program in Malaysia. AIDSI provided management services, which encompassed technical, administrative and financial aspects of facilitating the placement and backstopping of fellows
Crop Diversification Project (CDP), Bangladesh
World Bank
1985 – 1992
Indonesia
Overseas Staff Development Program of the Senior Secondary Education Project (SSEP)
AIDSI was contracted by the Ministry of Education, Indonesia to provide training management services for the Overseas Staff Development Program of the SSEP. Six (6) tailor-made courses for a total of 94 participants coming from the different offices affiliated with the Directorate General of Secondary Education (DGSE) were designed and implemented for the Project. AIDSI provided administrative backstopping and close guidance during the whole duration of the training programs, which involved assistance and coordination with the participants and the DGSE from pre-training arrangements and confirmation of schedules, actual implementation and monitoring. In addition, AIDSI ensured that an effective financial monitoring was in place from the award of the contract to the completion of the programs.
Ministry of Education, Indonesia
ADB
1996
Indonesia
Overseas Training Program of the Second Agricultural Education Training
The Ministry of Agriculture, Indonesia contracted AIDSI to plan and implement a series of roving seminars in various parts of the country on attitude development involving principal teachers and instructors in over 100 agricultural schools and 17 agricultural in-service training centers. The consultants obtained information on constraints needs, problems and potentials of the various education and training institutions of the AAETTE and conducted workshops on planning and evaluation, curriculum development, suitable teaching methodologies, setting guidelines for agricultural teacher training and special workshops on report writing.
Ministry of Agriculture, Indonesia
Ministry of Agriculture, Indonesia

1995

Indonesia
Overseas Diploma Program of the National Estate Crops Protection Project
AIDSI was contracted to assist the DGE in the implementation and backstopping of six (6) fellows for the Diploma in Agriculture Major in Crop Protection in the University of the Philippines at Los Baňos, Philippines. The administrative and backstopping services provided include: identification of the participants training needs, receipt and review of documentation; preparation of the training program and budget, calling forward of students, program orientation and administrative briefing, arrangement for travel, program monitoring, reporting of progress to DGE, arrangement of special professional and practical training with the program objectives to enhance academic training and final program evaluation. Services also include payment of tuition, maintenance and other allowances, arrangement of accident/ medical insurance coverage, assistance with travel and visas and arrangement for housing.
Directorate General of Estates and the Madecor Career Systems, Inc.

ADB

1994
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