Managing lasting results in the new reality of international cooperation
Why this course?
During the last decade, result based management (RBM) has gained much influence in international cooperation. Still many organisations struggle to plan for real results with the accompanying processes and tools. RBM has consequences for the entire organisation: for project planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning. Learn how to design a solid RBM framework – in various forms – is a good first step to integrate RBM in your organisation.
By the end of this course, you will:
Who should join?
Staff of organisations involved in international cooperation and development projects/programmes, who need to master RBM concepts and tools. You want to know everything you need to write a strong project proposal or to effectively manage results-oriented projects and programmes in your own organisation.
MDGs/SDGs and Results Based Management
Introduction Project Cycle & Results-Based Management
Situation analysis, Problem analysis & Objective Analysis
Theory of Change and comparison to Logical Framework
Intervention Logic & Results Framework
Risks & Assumptions
Information needs (donors, communities, managers)
Formulation of indicators, baselines and targets
Introduction to Outcome Mapping
Data collection methods and tools and monitoring system format
Evaluation Terms of Reference & Learning
Contribution analysis & establishing attribution
Certificates, end-of-training evaluation, closure.
Meet your trainer
MDF Asia, Sri Lanka Office
Zoë Lawson is an international trainer and consultant with 10 years of experience, mainly gained in New Zealand, East Africa, South East Asia, and South Asia. Since joining MDF, she has worked on assignments for Strategic Planning, Organisational Development, Result Based Management and Theory of Change, Appreciative Inquiry, Monitoring and Evaluation, as well as work in communications and event management. Clients have included the European Union, Oxfam, Swedish Committee for Afghanistan, Cordaid, ILO, and the Civil Service Commission of Afghanistan, etc.,
Recently, Zoe played a major role in supporting the ILO to develop a monitoring system for a livelihoods and empowerment economic development project, which worked with the DCED standard. She has been leading a Tracer Study to research the effects of skills development models on the tourism value chain in eastern Sri Lanka
Time: 24 - 27 August 2020
Location: Kathmandu, Nepal
Course fee: 920 EUR (excluding tax)
Registration deadline: 17 August 2020
Registration: visit our course page here
5% discount to the payments completed by 13 July 2020
10% discount to MDF alumni who attended an MDF course within the past 2 years
1 free place for a group of 6 registrations from the same organization
MDF Asia, Vietnam Office
Add: Room 501, A1 building, Van Phuc Diplomatic Compound,
298 Kim Ma Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Phone: +84 (0)24 6258 4438