Écoles, masters et doctorats / Schools, Masters and Doctorates / Enseignements / Teachings
well as their need of protection against commodity price ﬂuctuations ; - providing an overview of the banking sector and the various products and ﬁnancing schemes proposed by banks to these players to meet their needs. Required reading : OECD (2017), Green ﬁnancing : Challenges and opportunities in the transition to a clean and climate-resilient economy - 2017, OECD Journal : Financial Market Trends, published online ﬁrst.
Capacity to design, formulate and implement 'humanitarian project cycle management' (PCM) : assessment & analysis, planning & implementation, monitoring and evaluation. Ability to choose best management options in challenging and moving complex crises contexts. Required reading : to be deﬁned.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND EVALUATION
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Jean PLICHON (Associate consultant). Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : 10% a quiz focusing on the ﬁrst sessions' key messages ; 20% several team works, usually based around comparative analysis of documents ; 40% a project based on a real-life situation for which the team will build the project deﬁnition and hold a stakeholder project presentation meeting ; 30% one formal exam (2 hours) held during the last session, describing different situation and asking the student to provide a recommendation as to the way forward. Workload : Orientation of the course : a mixture of theoretical and practical. Objective of the course : in addition to the course's general objective (cf. Course description), there will be a strong focus on “real-life” situations and how / when to use speciﬁc tools, in order to help the future managers to have a minimum of practical experience and be in a position to be efﬁcient as well as responsible in their position from day one. Pedagogical Method : After an initial assessment of the students' level of understanding regarding Project Management and Sustainable Development matters, the course will alternate between theoretical and tangible elements, the later being used to ensure practical understanding of the former. Teaching tools and methods will include quiz, role play, case studies and speciﬁc tools used during training sessions (e.g. elevator pitch, brown 1659
Teachers : Ondine RIPKA (Project Coordinator – Legal Advisor, Medecins sans Frontieres), Marianne VIOT (Responsable évaluation et retours d'expériences, Médecins sans frontières). Pedagogical Format : Seminar Course validation : Oral participation in the sessions, as well as a written exercice to validate learnings. Course Description : This course will enable students to familiarise themselves with the speciﬁcities of humanitarian practice and the different elements to be taken into consideration for successful project design, implementation and evaluation, adapted to different contexts. This course aims at equipping participants with essential project design and management tools based on the Logical Framework Approach/ Project Cycle Management (PCM), which is widely used by many donors, international organisations and the United Nations. The course will ﬁnally focus on evaluation methodologies used in humanitarian emergencies, notably on deﬁnition and use of relevant indicators (mortality, morbidity, coverage and other criteria of efﬁcacity and efﬁciency). It will illustrate many of the difﬁculties facing humanitarian actors before and during the implementation of a humanitarian project. Objectives of the course : Ability to analyze a context and to frame an adequate strategy of intervention.