Monitoring and Evaluation
Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is a process that helps improve performance and achieve results. It is essentially in assessing the performance of projects, institutions and programs. As the emphasis on managing for results increases, the demand for rigorous and evidence-based evaluations is rising. To address accountability, monitoring and an evaluation becomes indispensable.
- Understand how to improve current and future management of outputs, outcomes and impact.
- Learn techniques of reporting to enhance capacity of managing project effectively and efficiently to deliver on expected intervention outcomes.
- Making informed decisions regarding operations management and service delivery
- Equip participants with advanced Project Monitoring and evaluation skills including developing an appreciation of the components of an effective M & E Plan.
Principles and Essentials of Monitoring and Evaluation
Understanding the fundamentals of monitoring and evaluation.
- Main difference between monitoring and evaluation.
- Monitoring and Evaluation Plan
- Monitoring and Evaluation Framework
- Results approaches; Outputs, Outcomes, and Impact.
- Work breakdown schedules, developing monitoring schedules and designing indicators.
- Relating Monitoring and evaluation to your programme and project Cycle.
- Describing the new framework for monitoring and evaluating.
Monitoring and Evaluation of Projects
- Designing and undertaking monitoring in private and public sector projects.
- The value for monitoring and evaluation in the implementation of projects.
- Types of indicators and Identifying outcome indicators for your project.
- Monitoring and Evaluation in the Project Cycle Management.
- Formulating realistic performance indicators.
- Designing Monitoring tools for outcome, output, partnership strategy, and Implementation Strategy.
- Drafting evaluation terms of references, stakeholder management and work breakdown schedules.
- Writing monitoring reports, evaluation techniques and sustainability factors.
Project managers, Program Officers, Managers.