PREPARING AND USING PROJECT PROFILES

RURALINVEST - Module 2


PREPARING AND USING
PROJECT PROFILES

- a participatory approach to identifying
and preparing small scale rural investments

 

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Table of Contents

Part 1   [595Kb]

    Chapter I - Introduction to RuralInvest
    Chapter II - The role and application of investment project profiles

Part 2   [734Kb]

    Chapter III - The project profile
    Chapter IV - Key aspects to consider in preparing a project profile
    Chapter V - Completing and interpreting the profile
    Chapter VI - Next steps
    Annex 1: Project profile formats

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