The major project components include: farmer training, agricultural credit and marketing, and organizational development for credit and savings associations for farmers.
The project is achieved through the regular evaluation of staff, the establishment of a management team to research future employment requirements, the improvement of management procedures, staff training in human resources and the implementation of a professional training program.
Twenty-five students attended long-term training courses in areas such as rural engineering, rural economics and agriculture.
ORT also worked with the Ministry of Transport and Public Works to form a Human Resource Management Board.
ORT disseminated the irrigation and sustainable agriculture technologies to more farmers and developed profitable marketing, post-harvest, and small-scale food processing techniques in the Lake Chad area.
to aid the management of educational project management in N'Djamena.
de Projets for the Ministry of Education.
sodium carbonate marketing applications.
Managers and staff received training in technical, administrative, and financial management.
experts to assist the Government as part of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development's Third Education Project.
The program increased agricultural production by improving traditional irrigation and agronomic techniques and by developing replicable models for sustainable wadi produce. ORT also developed subprojects implementing small motor pumps and a new credit system.
Ministry of Education and provided detailed specifications regarding course syllabi, equipment, and materials needed to support the curricula.
necessitated a suspension of operations.
In response, ORT trained road construction and equipment maintenance personnel, and established a training center and a road maintenance pilot brigade.
ORT Chad was created and locally registered as an NGO at the end of 2004. 15 voluntary members are active and the following projects have been implemented:
This project is funded by the PNUD (Chad) in 2005. The objective of this project is to train people in repairing tricycles for the disabled community and to upgrade the technical and human capacities of these people.
A study funded by a private donor has been undertaken by two local consultants. It concerns the training needs of AIDS orphans at N'Djamena.
The objective of this project is to put on the market low-priced petroleum gas stoves in order to make their application familiar within families of modest means and to provide a cooking method that does not contribute towards deforestation. The contract value is $10,000.