Monitoring and evaluation training 2016

Monitoring and evaluation training 2016

Monitoring and evaluation tutorial & training and

“After more than 25 years of studying and delivering M&E training, I’m thrilled to see this book, which offers such sound guidance on incorporating adult learning concepts and planning. The book blends easy-to-understand guidance on instructional design and delivery concepts with a wealth of exercises and examples. It could benefit both new and seasoned M&E trainers.” Patricia Rogers, Director of BetterEvaluation.com and Professor of Public Sector Evaluation at RMIT University in Australia (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology).
“Whether managing or providing M&E training in the fields of growth or philanthropy, this book boasts both the “nuts and bolts” as well as the conceptual backdrop for successful M&E training,” says the author.
– The Rockefeller Foundation’s Managing Director of Evaluation, Nancy MacPherson
M&E Training: A Systematic Approach was widely praised when it was published in 2016. This informative 439-page book, coauthored by Scott Chaplowe and Brad Cousins, bridges theoretical principles with realistic, hands-on guidance for effective M&E training. The authors draw on a combined 50+ years of practical experience and academic study in M&E preparation, adult education, participatory assessment, and evaluation capability creation in a number of international contexts.

Monitoring and evaluation framework

This immersive training course (two to three days) provides participants with a structured introduction to adaptation measurement and evaluation. They learn about the process of creating national and project-level adaptation M&E frameworks and indicators. The training’s structure is depicted in the diagram below.
Presentation of the M&E of adaptation training course, which is part of a training program established in collaboration between GIZ and the OECD on the integration of adaptation into development planning. (This version was updated in 2016)
The training course “Dealing with climate-related loss and damage as part of holistic climate risk management” explains principles, methods, and strategies to prevent, mitigate, and fix Loss and Damage based on GIZ’s and others’ experience, allowing our stakeholders to take action.
How will climate threats to facilities be assessed? This practitioner and decision-maker training course raises awareness of the basic criteria for assessing infrastructure climate risks. Whereas several climate risk assessments concentrate on broader spatial scales and organizations, the infrastructure climate risk assessment framework is concerned with the object level and its properties.

Monitoring and evaluation training

Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec, two award-winning information designers living on opposite sides of the Atlantic, partnered on a year-long project to gather, imagine, and exchange information about their daily lives in September 2014. Each week, as part of a plan to use data to become more humane, they will hand-draw depictions of their behaviors and thoughts…
Data management that is responsible is not a new concept in progress. However, the use of technology-enabled tools for M&E has raised some concerns about individual privacy. Biometric data is increasingly being used for monitoring, and sensors are being used to control everyday activities. Since personal financial details and affiliations are collected, it’s also important to think about data protection when…
People with disabilities make up the world’s largest minority, with an estimated 800 million people living in developing countries. A impairment affects about 20% of the world’s poorest people. In response to this fact, the United Nations (UN) introduced seven disability-related targets (e.g., Targets 4.5, 11.2, 11.7) as part of the newly established Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Monitoring and evaluation (m&e) training – chaplowe

The aim of M&E and useful practices are presented in this technical and interactive training program. The aim of this course is to ensure that participants are well-versed in the main concepts and techniques of monitoring and evaluation in EU-funded projects.
The curriculum provides a summary of the most important procedures for successful M&E, as well as the key players involved. It provides a thorough understanding of M&E processes as they relate to the project life cycle. The course primarily uses examples of EU external collaboration, but the emphasis is on identifying principles and tools that can be applied to projects from a broad range of donors and organizations.