Project Cycle Toolkit

LNOB Inequality Poverty Focus Area
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Implementation

Goal:
This tool gives practical guidance on embedding the 'Leave-No-One-Behind (LNOB)' principle into development projects and programmes

Key features:

  • relevance check for LNOB
  • sound and concise background information on the LNOB principle and its application in various contexts
  • individually tailored and context-sensitive support to implement the LNOB principle, including respective tools and sector-specific examples

Duration:
10 Minutes up to several hours, depending on level of engagement

Particulary relevant for:
Development planners and practitioners aiming to get support for anchoring LNOB more strongly in their working context

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Goal:
This interactive and accessible tool enables and supports the embedding of the 'Leave-No-One-Behind (LNOB)' principle into GIZ projects and programmes. In particular, it helps to answer and practically apply fundamental questions about the LNOB principle, its relevance for respective projects, its effect on a project's efficiency and impact as well as its implementation and utilisation within respective programmes.

Key features:
The digitally edited tool is particularly notable for its engaging and easy handling. It self-explainingly navigates users through a multitude of options depending on specific contexts and the users' specific needs. The LNOB Tree for Options inlcudes sound and concise background information on the LNOB principle and its relevance and application in various contexts. Practical advice on the principle's implementation into different areas and levels of application, corresponding tools as well as sector-specific examples provide individually tailored support and contribute to a firm establishment of the LNOB principle.

Duration:
10 Minutes up to several hours, depending on level of engagement

Particulary relevant for:
Development planners and practitioners aiming to get support for anchoring LNOB more strongly in their working context

Leave No One Behind – Guidelines for Project Planners and Practitioners 

Implementation Planning

Goal:
This study fills important knowledge gaps on implementing the 'Leave-No-One-Behind' (LNOB) principle within international development cooperation.

Key features:

  • LNOB background information and 11 case studies
  • best LNOB practices and lessons learned, including innovative project-level approaches, tools and methodologies
  • practical recommendations for development cooperation planners and practicioners

Particulary relevant for:
Project planners and practitioners aiming to operationalize and implement the LNOB principle in their working context

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Goal:
This study fills important knowledge gaps on implementing the 'Leave-No-One-Behind' (LNOB) principle within international development cooperation, based among other things on the knowledge and experience of 11 selected inspiring projects operating in four world regions. A series of key recommendations synthesizes the main results of the project reviews and turns them into applicable guidlines.

Key features:
Kicking off with the integration of LNOB into the project cycle, the study continues to facilitate the identification of best LNOB practices and highlights the importance of capacity building to apply LNOB. Lessons learned for future LNOB implementation are drawn, including innovative project-level approaches, tools and methodologies. Important background information equips project planners and practitioners to engage in meaningful and fruitful dialogue with high-level development cooperation policymakers. The presentation of 11 projects that served as case studies culminates in practical recommendations for development cooperation planners and practicioners.

Particulary relevant for:
Project planners and practitioners aiming to operationalize and implement the LNOB principle in their working context