Result Based Monitoring & Evaluation for Development Projects
It is common to find development practitioners who need M&E, but don’t know how to set up an M&E system, or how to make it work well and provide the information needed for decision makers.
This detailed, practical programme ex-plains the skills and steps for making a monitoring and evaluation system that works effectively.
The objective of the programme is to create an M&E system (i.e. people, processes and partnerships) that collects, verifies and analyses good quality information that is useful and used by decision makers, managers, implementers, funders, and other stakeholders.
The programme introduces the concept of results-based management, and the internationally accepted 12 components of functional M&E systems frame-work. It will describe the purpose and functions of each component, and builds skills by taking users through the steps for setting up, or improving what already exists.
The programme will be of particular interest to all those responsible for M&E, across both public and private sector economies, especially those who set up, operate, or oversee M&E functions, who wish to ensure that data are collected, compiled, and provided in a useful way to decision makers.
- Be able to conduct an effective readiness assessment, as the initial step in result-based M&E.
- Determine relevant outcomes to monitor and evaluate Be able to develop key indicators to monitor out-comes.
- Able to gather baseline data on indicators. Able to set up planning programme for improvement.
- Be able to carry out monitoring for results. Able to evaluate information to support decision.
- Ability to analyse and report findings.
- Be able to determine adequate use of findings.
- Understand and be able to use the 12 components of a functional M&E system.
- Develop the skills to design, use and sustain simple but comprehensive M&E systems.
Who should attend
This programme is recommended for all levels of personnel, especially those with Monitoring and Evaluation responsibilities, such as managers and supervisors in both public or private sector economies