Development and humanitarian relief organizations manage their work through projects. Their offices are staffed by project teams that write project proposals, develop plans, implement activities, and track progress and impact. To thrive and succeed, these organizations need to develop the knowledge and skills to manage their projects well. Every organization`s project management process is unique, reflecting its culture, systems, policies and programmatic activities. Nevertheless, all project management models have at least one thing in common: Strong monitoring and evaluation for accountability and learning (MEAL) is important for any project success.
This is a two-day course curriculum that aims to develop the competencies needed to monitor and evaluate intervention for accountability and learning in development and humanitarian context. Upon completion, participants will be able to demonstrate the essential skills and confidence to monitor programme activities, plan required interventions and evaluate programme impact using appropriate tools and methods.
By the end of the training, participants will be able to:
a) Describe and understand the phases of the MEAL cycle
b) Understand how project logic model works
c) Develop a MEAL plan
d) Determine methods of collecting and analysing MEAL data.
e) Demonstrate the ability to use MEAL information
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