Monitoring and Evaluation

Programme aim

Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of an organisation’s policies, strategies, operational and development activities provides government officials, development managers, and civil society with better means for learning. This can be achieved through past experience, improving service delivery, planning and allocating resources, and demonstrating results and progress towards anticipated outcome and impacts as part of accountability to key stakeholders and external partners.

The programme is intended for senior public service, NGO management, programme and project co-ordination staff that are involved in, or have responsibility for, monitoring and evaluation within their organisation and particularly across development programmes and projects.

You will learn how to:

  • Planning evaluations and project cycles
  • ƒƒThe use of logical, strategic and result-orientated frameworks to control and monitor programmes and projects
  • ƒƒObjective setting and performance measurement
  • ƒƒCollection and management of data to inform learning and identify solutions
  • ƒƒData collection skills (interviews, questionnaires etc.) and design of data analysis tools

Benefits of attending - You will be able to:


  • Improve the operation and management of the M&E function
  • ƒƒImprove the effectiveness of the M&E process to help assess programme impacts
  • ƒƒContribute to the achievement of desired development goals and ensure ‘early warning’ and other strategies for preventing failures

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