Training Agency:POINT Society
Registration deadline:26 Oct 2018
Training date:29 Oct 2018to31 Oct 2018
POINT was established by a group of humanitarian workers and its headquarter is in Gaziantep, Turkey. As an organic non-governmental organization, the co-founders of PONT realized the crucial capacity gaps and needs for the civil society and communities to play a greater role in improving the response to the humanitarian crisis and better contribute to the stabilization of their conflict-affected country. POINT provides capacity development to the local civil society and communities actors as well as local staff in INGOs. This is in order to strengthen their voice, increase their impact and bring about the development of diverse, inclusive and independent civil society and communities.
Monitoring and Evaluation is part and parcel of humanitarian and development work . M/E processes begin with project design through planning , project implementation and impact assessment. M/E systems help track plans and provide verifiable indicators for activities planned and implemented. It is a very important activity in decision making processes that affects the success or failure of a project.
- Distinguish between monitoring and evaluation
- Introduction to PM Design Phase
- Log frame Matrix
- Setting Indicators
- Means of verification
- Planning Phase – Monitoring Plan
- Monitoring & Evaluation System Monitoring Phase
- M&E Concept
- M&E Matrix
- Steps in establishing M&E system
- Information Management Cycle
- Evaluation Phase
- Project Evaluations
- DAC evaluation criteria
- Evaluation ToR
- Evaluation Report
- Learning Phase
- Reflective Practice
- Lessons Learned
- Tools and Templates view
This course is designed for those with some experience of Monitoring and Evaluation. It aims to build and improve participant’s skills and understanding of M&E and work through some of the complex challenges in doing M&E, alongside other experienced practitioners. It will also equip participants with necessary tools to reflect what they will learn on their work.
This course is delivered over 3 days face-to-face in Sarmada, Idleb, Syria. The cost of this course is 130$ non-residential (includes training materials, lunch and refreshments) or 145$ residential (includes training materials, meals and accommodation for the duration of course).
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