EUBAM Rafah concludes Training on Project Cycle Management for GABC Female Officers
November 22, 2021
As part of EUBAM Rafah‘s dedication to promoting gender mainstreaming in its activities with the General Administration for Borders and Crossings and its commitment to empowering GABC female staff members with both the knowledge and skills that will enable them to take on higher level leadership positions; the Mission concluded a series of trainings on Project Cycle Management and Project Design on Wednesday 3 November 2021 in Jericho.
Seven female officers were selected to sit for the training that took place over the past two months. The training enhanced the knowledge of the participants on Project Cycle Management and Project Design through the provision and discussion of the fundamental information for identifying a project’s goal and objectives, components, proper and efficient planning methods, activity planning and implementation, monitoring and evaluation, as well as risk assessment and management.
The training was also focused on equipping the participants with the knowledge needed to link projects to internal, national and international strategies.
The European Union Border Assistance Mission at the Rafah Crossing Point – code name EUBAM Rafah – was launched in November 2005 to monitor the operations of the border crossing point between the Gaza Strip and Egypt, after Israel and the Palestinian Authority concluded an Agreement on Movement and Access on 15 November 2005.