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Monitoring and Evaluation


Dates: 17-21 July 2017

Venue:  Strathmore University

Investment: KES 75,000/USD 750


OVERVIEW


In an era of demanding stakeholders expectations regarding financial probity, budgetary transparency and the proven impact value of funded work programs, monitoring and evaluation (MER) remains one of those aspects of organizational management that is extensively discussed but rarely practiced.

 

Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is an essential component of any intervention, project, or program. This course covers the basics of program monitoring, evaluation and reporting in programs. It also defines common terms and discusses why M&E is essential for program management.

 

KEY LEARNING


Participants will be able to:-

 

  • Identify the basic purposes and scope of M&E;
  • Differentiate between monitoring functions and evaluation functions;
  • Describe the functions of an M&E plan;
  • Identify the main components of an M&E plan;
  • Identify and differentiate between conceptual frameworks, results frameworks and logic models;
  • Describe how frameworks are used for M&E planning;
  • Identify criteria for the selection of indicators;
  • Describe how indicators are linked to frameworks;
  • Identify types of data sources
  • Describe how M&E information can be used for decision-making.
  • Gain skills of developing an MER system.

 

FOR WHO


Middle Level Managers, Project Managers, Project Coordinators, Accountants, Personal Assistants, Entrepreneurs, Business Executives, Human Resource Managers, Team Leaders of private and state corporations, NGO’s and anyone seeking to enhance their professional skills.

   

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE


PRINCIPLES OF MONITORING, EVALUATION AND REPORTING

  • Identify the benefits and purposes of tracking performance, measuring results and reporting the progress of an organization/program.
  • Define the terms monitoring, evaluation and reporting (MER), as well as other key terms used in discussion of MER systems such as efficiency and effectiveness
  • Essential elements in developing a successful MER system
  • Identify factors that contribute to monitoring program failure
  • Determine the organization’s different audiences and their unique information needs
  • The importance of results based management and Monitoring
  • How to refine strategic plan elements into results statements to clarify linkages and hierarchy

 

INDICATORS

  • To identify what indicators are
  • How to select indicators
  • Criteria for assessing the quality indicators
  • How (and why it is necessary) to develop indicator protocols
  • To identify monitoring tools that may be useful to the management including:
  • Identify monitoring tools that may be useful to the management

 

EVALUATION

  • What is evaluation and why it is important
  • The different types of evaluations that are usually undertaken by organizations
  • Who should be involved in an evaluation

 

REPORTING (COMMUNICATING TO INTERNAL AND

 

EXTERNAL AUDIENCES)

 

  • What is reporting and why it is important
  • Elements of a good report
  • Specific types of communication tools
  • Formats for quarterly, mid-term internal evaluations and participatory
  • end of project/final evaluation reports

 

REVIEW

 

Review of what should be included in the organization’s MER Plan including:

 

  • Review and discuss the results and statements frameworks developed and customized by the participants
  • Introduction (summation of audience and their needs as an appendix)
  • Results framework (presentation of the 4 levels of results – impacts, outcomes, outputs and inputs/processes – can be presented in a table or logical framework.
  • Monitoring plan (Presentation of indicators presented and their protocols as well as any other monitoring tools)
  • Evaluation plan – program and schedule
  • Reporting plan – table showing reporting tools and schedule to be used.

 

REGISTRATION

 

To register, click here.

 

 

PAYMENT PROCEDURE

 

Fees Paid in Cash should be deposited into:

Bank details

Name: Strathmore University

Bank: Standard Chartered Bank

Account Number: 0102044844000 (KES): 8702044844000 (USD)

Branch: Karen

Swift Code: SCBLKENX

Admission number code: 99020#1027

  • Fees Paid By Cheque: Nairobi cheques can be paid directly to Strathmore University, but ONLY if the cheque is a banker’s cheque. Payments by personal cheques are not allowed.
  • Bank deposit slips should be completed in duplicate: the top copy is kept by the bank; the
  • Second copy should be given to the University Cashier, who will issue a receipt for it. 

 

CANCELLATION POLICY:

 

1. Payment for the all courses includes a registration fee, which is non-refundable, and equals 20% of the total sum of the course fee.

2. Participants may cancel attendance 14 days or more prior to the training commencement date.

3. No refunds will be made 13 days or less to the training commencement date. However, participants who are unable to attend may opt to attend a similar training at a later date, or send a substitute participant provided the participation criteria have been met.

 

NB:

ONCE PAYMENT IS COMPLETED KINDLY:

Email; ice@strathmore.edu 

 

Contact Details

Madaraka Estate
Ole Sangale Road, PO Box 59857,
00200 City Square
Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: 0703-034000, 0703-034200


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