Advanced Monitoring & Evaluation For Development Results





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This course on monitoring and evaluation for development results takes two weeks, and it is designed to influence the line of business-oriented techniques for checking and analysis which are extremely required in the improvement industry. After using this program, you are going to be capable of developing and managing Evaluation and monitoring Systems that meet the requirements of donor agencies. It is targeted at providing an introduction of checking and analysis techniques for development outcomes with practical applications of methods and tools. This course is going to give individuals M&E tools, strategies and materials required for preparation, organizing, and controlling projects and programs. Through exercises along with teamwork, participants are going to learn all the backlinks between results based measurement, checking and program analysis. Time will likely be allocated for an informal question and practical exercises as well as answer sessions around typical M&E trouble areas. Individuals will also be provided extra Resources for further research and study in the M&E area.


Two Weeks

Objectives of Training on Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results

• Learn the way to select data collection methods and get acquainted with important issues about measures including credibility, reliability, precision, and validity

• Benefit coming from a hands-on-approach based on real-life instances enabling you to use the data shared throughout course immediately

• Work in groups combined with professionals from around the globe, in a diverse and multicultural environment

• Gain insights on how multilateral companies manage the operations of theirs

• Get access to each of the materials necessary to start the own training program of yours on Monitoring & Evaluation

• Build an Evaluation and Monitoring system throughout the program for an actual task

• Use information analysis software program (Stata).

• Use Geographic Info Systems (GIS) as well as GPS to collect share, collaborate, and data information.

• Communicate findings to promote reflection and learning.

Who Can Attend?

This program focuses on Project Management Officials from NGO's, National Statistics Offices, Education Researchers, Government ministries, National Institutes as well as Planning Ministries, Central banks, as well as Faculty Researchers among others.

Topics to be Covered

M&E basics

• Introduction to M&E?

• Key ingredients of M&E

• Relating Evaluation and Monitoring to your task cycle

• Identifying the problems facing Monitoring and analysis professionals

• Steps to applying M&E in a project/programme

• Type of evaluations

• Methods and applications for M&E

• Challenges in M&E

Trends towards effect based Monitoring & Evaluation

• Managing for Development Results (MfDR)

• MfDR core principles

• MfDR and Result grounded managing (RBM)

• Defining RBM

• The emergence of RBM as well as the development of its

• Seven phases of RBM

• Performance measurement, performance and performance indicators monitoring

• Logical framework as well as outcomes framework

Introduction to RBM

• What is RBM?

• Results primarily based M&E outline

• Result primarily based M&E cycle

• Performance measurement, performance and performance indicators monitoring

• Essential steps to create result based M&E

• The use of measuring results

Situation analyses/Needs assessment

• Formative research

• Situation analysis

• Needs assessment

• Tools to do a needs assessment

• Illustrative instances of situation evaluation and mappings

Baseline evaluation

•What is baseline data and also how's it collected?

• Needs assessment compared to the baseline study

• Questions to wonder about a baseline strategy • What sort of baseline information is practical, useful, and necessary to collect?

• Examples of baseline surveys

Designing the M&E system

• The resulting chain

• Impact pathways

• Logical framework vs. Theory of change

• Developing a principle of change

• Components of a principle of change

M&E frameworks

• The benefits of M&E frameworks

• Considerations when building an M&E framework

• Steps in improving and M&E framework

• Results frameworks

• Logical frameworks

M&E programs

 • What does an M&E strategy include?

• Important things to consider for an M&E strategy • When must M&E be undertaken?

• At what time monitoring activities should be taken out?

• When must evaluations be conducted?

• Can M&E designs be amended?

Designing evidence and indicators

• Defining indicators

• Characteristics of great indicators

• Challenges as well as considerations when choosing indicators

• Knowing the number of signs are enough

• Process compared to result/impact indicators

• Process indicators

• Result indicators

• Output indicators

• Outcome indicators

• Impact indicators

• Developing internationally similar indicators

Functionality monitoring

• Definition and process

• Tools used

Analysis techniques

• Evaluation questions

• Steps to building evaluation questions

• Illustrative examples

• Designing evaluations for stakeholder advantage and use

• Choice plus use of quantitative and qualitative collection instruments

• Participatory data analysis

• Communicating results meaningfully for in-depth stakeholder learning

Gender M&E

• Introduction to M&E in Development and Gender

• Prioritizing gender found M&E plans

• Exploring gender found M&E plans

• Selecting indicators to evaluate gender-related outcomes and outputs

• Gender considerations for information collection, and interpretation

Communicating M&E outcomes

 • Developing a marketing communications approach dependent on evaluation findings.

• Communicating results to take about change.

• Presenting M&E outcomes using several media

Use of M&E results

• Different applications of M&E results

• To who to offer feedback

• When to offer feedback

• How to offer feedback

• Embedding learning for organizational and personal advantage • Becoming change elements for M&E.

• Becoming an M&E champion

Assessing programme impact

• Introduction to Impact Assessment

• Programme Design Implications

• Impact Assessment found Programme Design

Financial evaluations

• Introduction to Economic evaluation

• Main approaches to economic evaluation

• Case study: price effectiveness

Information collection, data, and management quality

• Data compilation methods: How you can carry out data collection (qualitative) and quantitative

• Data collection compared to data analysis, quality & information management

• Data quality dimensions

• Functional aspects of information management systems

ICT tools for information collection, monitoring, and analysis in development programmes

• ICT innovations: Mobile details collection

• Using Mobile cell phones for information collection

• Application

• How could we make use of ICTs for qualitative M&E

Introduction to interpretation and data analysis

• Introduction

• Types of variables

• Graphs as well as charts for categorical and dichotomous variables

• Graphs as well as charts for constant variables

Introduction to qualitative details analysis

• Planning for qualitative details analysis

• Reviewing the data

• Organizing the data of yours

• Coding the data

• Introduction to utilizing a qualitative data analysis program (NVivo)

Quantitative data analysis by using STATA/SPSS/EXCEL/R/PYTHON

• Planning for quantitative details analysis

• Comparison of Data evaluation packages

• Tests Hypothesis & testing

• Confidence intervals

• Hypothesis testing compared to confidence intervals

• Data interpretation

GIS strategies for M&E of advancement programmes • What is GIS?

• Geographic techniques to development

• GIS benefits for M&E

• Using GIS software program and data

• Data options for development issues

• GIS analysis & mapping techniques

Financial techniques

• Introduction to Economic evaluation

• Main approaches of economic evaluation

• Case study: price effectiveness


  • All the participants should be conversant with the English language.
  • All our courses involve a mix of one on one presentations, web based tutorials, group discussions, and practical exercises.
  • All courses can be tailor made and adjusted to meet the client’s needs.
  • We have a team of professional experts who work as professionals and trainers in their respective fields.
  • Each participant will get an Uphilos Consultancy certificate, upon completion of each course.
  • All our training sessions are held at Uphilos Center. For groups above five people we can train at any location in Kenya, above ten people any location within East Africa, and above twenty people at any location as per the client’s specifications.
  • Participants will be responsible for their travel, dinner, airport transfers, and other personal expenses.
  • Accommodation will be arranged upon request at a discounted price.
  • All payments should be made two weeks prior to the training for better logistics. Proof of payment should be sent to [email protected]
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