This course provides a comprehensive understanding of Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) concepts and fits them within the logical framework used to track progress, make adjustments, discover unplanned effects of programmes, or judge the impact that we have made on the lives of those with whom we are working. Participants will also familiarize with the concept of learning and how to capture and capitalize lessons learnt and good practices from different interventions.
- 10 guided 2-hour sessions with the course facilitator (starting @ 6PM.
- Certificates to be issued and delivered upon successful completion of the training
- Training will be highly guided by your own needs and expectations
- Rare opportunity to learn from a Senior MEAL Director with more than 24 years of continuous experience working in developing countries.
- Position yourself for the next big step in your career
- Make-up sessions will be arranged for participants will have other tight engagements
- Planning, monitoring, evaluation, accountability & learning fundamentals
- Monitoring & Evaluation plans; Defining indicators
- Developing Logic Frameworks/Presentation
- Data Collection, Making Data Usable, Data for decision Making
- Data Quality, Data Systems Assessment, Data Quality Assurance
- Quantitative Data Analysis/Qualitative Data Analysis/ Mixed Methods
- Program Evaluation Standards/Principles of Program Evaluation
- Adapting monitoring and evaluation to different sectors of intervention
- Evaluation Reports: communicating findings/conclusion and recommendations
- Third Party Monitoring and Evaluation/Team Management
- Performance Monitoring/Program Evaluation
|Registration Type||Training fees|
|Individual Participants||ZMK 2,500|
Participants: This training is suitable for professionals working in the public sector, non-government agencies, business, education, welfare or health. Whether you are already in an M&E -related role or seeking a career change, this multidisciplinary program will help open doors globally.
A Note from the facilitator!
A strong current emphasis in the field of evaluation is on evidence. Good, robust evidence. Unquestionable facts/findings. Strengths of evidence. As you may know, or at least in USA, “truth” has become a relative term. Everyone questions everything and there is a natural tendency not to believe any statement, any “finding.” So providing strong, unquestionable evidence to findings in evaluation is crucial. Evidence starts with strong, good quality data – the foundation of all in our profession.
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