All countries have national plans that spell a range of economic and social objectives and strategies meant to enhance growth and development. Projects provide an important means by which investment and other development expenditures foreseen in the plans can be clarified, justified, and realized. Development plans and projects are closely interlinked since sound development plans require good projects as just good projects require sound planning. For effective planning, to this effect, availability and access to a wide range of information on existing and potential investments and their likely effects on growth and other national objectives is crucial. Project analysis, thus, seeks and provides the necessary information for national development plan and the projects selected for implementation then become vehicles for using resources to create new income or wealth in the developing economy.Very importantly, this learning resource tries to give readers broader insights about the bridges of development projects and other issues deemed very important for national development plans and programs.