PROJECT CYCLE


NEPAD-IPPF funds technical or operational activities that are part of the preparation of NEPAD regional infrastructure projects or programs.

The Project cycle is defined as the process of developing and managing a project from the concept to the project completion report. A project/Study is then defined as a planned undertaking designed to achieve certain specific objectives within given resources and within a specific period of time.

PROJECT CYCLE STAGES

IPPF’s current procedures for processing applications for IPPF grants involve the following stages:

  • STEP 2. PROJECT INITIATION AND IDENTIFICATION

    In principle, the Recipients (Government, RECS, and Specialized Institutions) are responsible for project initiation/identification and eventually the preparation of a funding Request to the Fund.

  • STEP 3. PIPELINE ENTRY AND WORK PROGRAMME

    Once a project has successfully been approved through the first stage of the project cycle, it is then included into the Pipeline and then progresses to the Work Programme

PROJECT CYCLE DIAGRAM

The diagram aims to illustrate NEPAD-IPPF’s project management cycle with the approximate timing:

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