MDF Asia - Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning, 26-29 November 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand

Why this course 

All development projects need constant tracking of progress to capture essential quantitative and qualitative changes. Do you need to design a systematic way to collect, analyse and use data - so that genuine learning by all actors can take place?

This course teaches you five practical steps to design M&E systems. It shows various monitoring and evaluation methodologies and tools. Always practical and easy-to-use, so you can design a system completely customized to your needs.

 

Course objectives 

By the end of this course, you will:

  • Be able to apply the five steps to design MEL systems
  • Know how to design and use indicators and progress markers 
  • Understand the benefits of digital data collection and have practices digital tools
  • Be able to apply the core steps of Most Significant Change technique
  • Be better prepared to design and learn from evaluations

Course agenda

Day 1:

  • Opening &, introductions
  • Introduction to PCM, RBM and M&E
  • Intervention logic and Theory of Change
  • Assessing your Logic: Risk assessment

 

Day 2:

  • M&E systems and purposes
  • Information needs
  • SMART indicators
  • Progress markers

Day 3:

  • Data and Information Collection Tools
  • Digital data collection
  • Analysing, presenting and reporting
  • Most Significant Change

Day 4:

  • Evaluation concepts
  • Evaluation criteria
  • Learning organizations
  • Action planning, course evaluation and closure

 

Registrations end:  18 November 2019

Date:  26-29 November 2019

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

Course fee: €870 (excl tax)

 

For general information:

MDF Asia

Phone: +84 (0)24 6258 4438

Email: mdfasia@mdf.nl

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