Results Based Monitoring and Evaluation ( 21st & 22nd Jan 2016 )

Dates: 21st & 22nd Jan 2016
Venue: Ntinda Minister’s Village Hotel

Fees for Training

Non Ugandans: 66 USD
Ugandans: 200,000Ugx
Includes:  Materials, Breakfast, Lunch and Certificates

Training Outcomes

  • Select Strategies (objectives) and Results Chain – developing project objectives based on problem analysis & relationship between outputs, outcomes, and impact
  • Logical Framework and Narrative Column – developing & understanding components of a log frame
  • Results Based M&E approach – differences between traditional M&E and Results based M&E
  • Situation Analysis – conducting a Situation Analysis
  • Problem and Objectives Trees – development & rationale for project design and planning
  • Theory of Change – rationale, common categories and levels of change and relationship between expected changes and project objectives
  • Assumptions and Risks – identifying and managing types of risk and assumptions
  • Developing SMART indicators & importance of external data sources to validity and trustworthiness
  • M&E Framework – basic processes an M&E Framework should capture & it fits into project and organization planning and performance management.
  • M&E Plan – development of an M&E plan, data collection planning and methods
  • Data Quality – data control, collection, collation, analysis & quality issues
  • Evaluation management – baselines, mid-term review and final evaluations
  • Adjusting and Learning – how to use M&E information for project/organization learning and decision-making

Participants

All Monitoring and Evaluation Experts and Representatives from CSOs can benefit from this course. Specific target audience for this course include:

-All Monitoring and Evaluation Experts
-All Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Officers
-All Project or programme Managers or Representatives
-All project staff within CSOs