Monitoring and evaluation is an integral part of Project Management to keep up a project on right track. With growing emphasis of participatory approach in development field, there has been recognition that monitoring and evaluation should also be participatory. Participatory monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) involves primary stakeholder as active participants and offer new ways of assessing and learning from changes that are more inclusive, and reflects the perspectives and aspirations.
A qualified Participatory M&E is not only good with deeper level information but also a powerful tool for ensuring participation of relevant stakeholders in the M&E process and to gear up their ownership in planning for next course of actions and taking corrective measures. The training will cover most of the important knowledge and skills of PM&E, tools, techniques, design to reporting; so that the participants can get scope to develop their expertise in PM&E very professionally.
Outcome: Outcome of the course is participants will capacitate on monitoring and evaluation their project inputs, output and results in participatory basis effectively and efficiently, as required standard, and achieving projects objective quality, as well as impact positively.
Objective of the course: After completion of the course, the participants will be able:
• To understand basics of monitoring and evaluation
• To understand basics of participatory monitoring and evaluation
• To understand PME Framework
• To know about tools and technique of PME
• Tow know about PRA, PLA and others participatory development approaches and tools
• To knowledge monitoring and evaluations data collection, gathering and reporting.
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Major objective of the course is to build capacity of ...Development/ NGO
This is a four session based online course that aims to ...Development/ NGO
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Dr. Sakil Ahammed
PhD in Good Governance
Dr. Sakil Ahammed, PhD in Public Administration (major in Good Governance) is basically development practitioner. He is a consultant and trainer on Organizational Development, Project Development and Management, Leadership Management, and Monitoring- Evaluation. He is also researcher on social development.
Dr. Sakil graduate from Dhaka University, PhD in Public Administration (major in Good Governance) from American World University of California, USA. 20 years of working experience with 03 numbers of International Organizations, two numbers of National Organizations. He is working now as a Capacity Building Manager under DFAT project of Australian Aid. He worked in CDA as a Deputy Executive Director, in World Vision Bangladesh as a Disaster Management Specialist and in International Development Enterprise-Bangladesh as a Field Manager. He worked in deferent field as Governance, Leadership Management, Developing Organizational Policy and Staff, Project/ program Planning, Implementing, Coordination, Management.
Dr. Sakil is preparing for PMP exam under PMI institute; and running with a course for the exam. He has sound training on project management, leadership management, project proposal writing, and project planning, organizational governance, monitoring and evaluation, risk management, humanitarian principle, conflict management, report writing, ToT and modular development, etc.
His key capabilities are facilitation training on management, research on development management, report writing, monitoring and evaluation. He conducts several types of training like- Project cycle management, Strengthening managerial Skills, Leadership Management, Conflict Management and Problem Solving, Organizational Risk Management, Report Writing, Monitoring and Evaluation, Organizational Development and organizational Governance.
Dr. Sakil Ahammed facilitate training for above 1000 numbers of professionals of FAO, WFP, ICDDRB, BRAC, Save the Children, Care Bangladesh, Plan International, World Vision Bangladesh, Food for Hunger, EDUCO Bangladesh, ACF International, Hope Foundation, Concern worldwide, JiVita Bangladesh (the project of Johns Hopkins University), Good Neighbors, Lepra Bangladesh, CDA, CDF, Manob Mukti Songstha-MMS, Grameenphone, Banglalink, Bikash, Power Development Board-PDB, Marubeni Corporation-Japan, China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation, British-American Tobaco, Ashuganj Power Ltd. Union Capital Limited, Eastern Housing, Efad Group, Kazi Firms ltd, Bengalese Oversees, etc; and also, fresh graduate and masters from different public and private universities.