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Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Projects and Programs

Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Projects and Programs

Aug 26 - 27, 2017

Monitoring and evaluation processes can be managed by the donors financing the assessed activities, by an independent branch of the implementing organization, by the project managers or implementing team themselves and/or by a private company. The credibility and objectivity of monitoring and evaluation reports depend very much on the independence of the evaluators. Their expertise and independence is of major importance for the process to be successful.  

What Will I learn? 

By the end of the training, participants will:

  • 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 How to prepare prime entry records for purchases, sales, returns and cash
  • Identify and differentiate between conceptual frameworks, results frameworks, and logic models How to prepare a Trial Balance and the Final Accounts
  • Describe how frameworks are used for M&E planning
  • Identify criteria for the selection of indicators
  • Describe how indicators are linked to frameworks
  • Describe how information can be used for decision-making

Who Should Attend? 

This M&E course on Practical Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Projects and Programs is designed for Program Managers, Project Managers, M&E Officer and those who want to become M&E professionals to develop the knowledge, methods, and skills necessary to meet the challenges of today's changing workplace.

What You Will Cover? 

Module 1: Basic M&E Concepts  Module 2: Monitoring and Evaluation Plans 
  • What is Monitoring and Evaluation? 
  • Why is Montoring and Evaluation Important?
  • When should M&E take place? 
  • Why are M&E Plans important?
  • M&E Plans Components 
Module 3: Frameworks  Module 4: Data Sources
  • Source Document 
  • Conceptual Frameworks 
  • Result Frameworks
  • Logic Model
  • Types of Data Sources
  • Data Collection
  • Data Quality
  • Data Use
Module 5: Indicators  
  • What is an indicator?
  • Quantitative and Qualitative Indicators
  • Why are indicators important?
  • What is a matric?
  • Characteristics of indicators 
  • Linking indicators to the frameworks
  • Challenges to selecting indicators 
  • Guidelines for selecting indicators

 

Location & Fee:

  • Date:  August  26 - 27 , 2017
  • Time:  8:00am- 12pm /1:00pm-5pm
  • Venue:   Sunway Hotel, Phnom Penh 
  • Fee:       $230 (VAT= 0%)
  • Early Bird: $190 (Register before Aug 20, 2017)
  • The Fee Includes: Lunch, Refreshment, Materials and Certificate of Completion 
Our Trainer Profile   

Mr. Tek Sophath 

Asia Regional M&E Advisor for Medical Teams International 

More than 11 years experience in Monitoring and Evaluation, Project Management, and Community Development with International NGOs such as: Medical Teams International; World Vision International-Cambodia; and Care International in Cambodia.

Bachelor Degree in Rural Development and Master Degree in Development Management.

Professional experience in Capacity Building; Project and Program design; M&E plan development; Questionnaire development; Building data entry form; Managing field data collection; Data processing; and Reporting.

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