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Monitoring and Evaluating Agriculture, Food Security and Nutrition Programs Training (Virtually and Onsite)

Food security is paramount in any particular nation and plays a major role towards the achievement of the other sustainable development goals; that is poverty eradication, good health and well-being, decent work and further towards economic growth goals. Rural development not only plays a major role in eradicating poverty by providing alternative sources of livelihoods but also significantly contributes to agricultural growth which in turn contributes to food security. This training, therefore, aims at aiding personnel in the agricultural sector in; monitoring and evaluating of rural development; assessing their impact, and data management and analysis and its interpretation for policy making for development agenda.

2021-11-03T12:46:28+00:00 By |

Participatory Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation of Humanitarian Projects Training (Virtual and Onsite)

The aim of the training is to introduce participants to participatory assessment, monitoring, and evaluation with a specific inclination to humanitarian and social development projects. The training seeks to broaden participants’ understanding on the importance of community involvement in the entire project cycle and the accruing benefits of this as compared to conventional monitoring and evaluation of projects.

2021-11-03T13:17:57+00:00 By |

Introduction to Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Projects (Virtual and Onsite)

Monitoring and evaluation is a concept and practice through which organizations evaluate where they are, where they are going, how they will get there and basically what needs to be done to achieve preset objectives. The practice enables organizations to understand what they need to do, ultimately understand if they achieved the same and if they didn’t, evaluate what could have been done to improve results of rolled out projects. This five day’s training serves as a guide and introduction to development practitioners primarily those involved continuously in project implementation on how to monitor and evaluate projects and programmes in an effort to achieve objectives and also help beneficiary communities in improving their livelihoods.

2021-11-03T12:13:05+00:00 By |

Monitoring and Evaluation for Development Results Training (Virtual and Onsite)

Why do governments, NGOs, Foundations, CBOS and other organizations roll out projects and programmes in different sectors? It is because they want to make an impact in the lives of the target audiences/ beneficiaries through thoroughly thought out series of actions whose end result is improved livelihoods and quality of life. How do they ensure they meet this objective? This is done through effective monitoring of these programmes so as to ensure that they are still on course and if they aren’t, take actions that take the projects back on track. This training aims to enlighten the participant on the entire process of monitoring of projects and evaluating them to ensure that the intended development related results are continuously achieved.

2021-11-03T11:40:54+00:00 By |

Project Evaluation Training (Virtually and Onsite)

Humanitarian workers require competent and professional support system that will ensure the right supplies are delivered at the right time and manner to the right location and to the right beneficiaries to alleviate prolonged suffering to survivors. The supply chain is therefore central to effective humanitarian work. This is different for corporate organizations whose bottom line is profit making. To achieve effective humanitarian performance, organizations have invested heavily in supply chain logistics. However, most of the personnel responsible for this critical function in these organizations are not professionally prepared to complement their organizations because they lack humanitarian preparedness background and training and those qualified and experienced are stationed at national offices or headquarters.

2021-11-23T06:29:54+00:00 By |

GIS application in Project Monitoring and Evaluation Training (Virtual and Onsite)

The integration of GIS in monitoring and Evaluation makes it possible to link, or integrate information that is difficult to associate through any other means. With GIS M&E/Researchers are able to use combinations of mapped variables to build and analyze new variables. Presenting data in the form of a map helps to understand the significance of where, when, and by whom. By using the GIS to link data from multiple programs the training will make it possible to understand the individual programs better but also better understand the relationship between the programs. Spatial analysis techniques will also help with driving outcomes measures.

2021-11-02T14:32:09+00:00 By |

Planning, Programming and Monitoring Projects Training (Virtually and Onsite)

Humanitarian workers require competent and professional support system that will ensure the right supplies are delivered at the right time and manner to the right location and to the right beneficiaries to alleviate prolonged suffering to survivors. The supply chain is therefore central to effective humanitarian work. This is different for corporate organizations whose bottom line is profit making. To achieve effective humanitarian performance, organizations have invested heavily in supply chain logistics. However, most of the personnel responsible for this critical function in these organizations are not professionally prepared to complement their organizations because they lack humanitarian preparedness background and training and those qualified and experienced are stationed at national offices or headquarters.

2021-11-23T06:10:28+00:00 By |

Project Needs Assessment Training (Virtually and Onsite)

Humanitarian workers require competent and professional support system that will ensure the right supplies are delivered at the right time and manner to the right location and to the right beneficiaries to alleviate prolonged suffering to survivors. The supply chain is therefore central to effective humanitarian work. This is different for corporate organizations whose bottom line is profit making. To achieve effective humanitarian performance, organizations have invested heavily in supply chain logistics. However, most of the personnel responsible for this critical function in these organizations are not professionally prepared to complement their organizations because they lack humanitarian preparedness background and training and those qualified and experienced are stationed at national offices or headquarters.

2021-11-23T06:48:16+00:00 By |

Monitoring and Evaluating Agriculture, Food Security and Nutrition Programs Training (Virtually and Onsite)

Food security is paramount in any particular nation and plays a major role towards the achievement of the other sustainable development goals; that is poverty eradication, good health and well-being, decent work and further towards economic growth goals. Rural development not only plays a major role in eradicating poverty by providing alternative sources of livelihoods but also significantly contributes to agricultural growth which in turn contributes to food security. This training, therefore, aims at aiding personnel in the agricultural sector in; monitoring and evaluating of rural development; assessing their impact, and data management and analysis and its interpretation for policy making for development agenda.

2021-11-03T12:44:01+00:00 By |

Participatory Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation of Humanitarian Projects Training (Virtual and Onsite)

The aim of the training is to introduce participants to participatory assessment, monitoring, and evaluation with a specific inclination to humanitarian and social development projects. The training seeks to broaden participants’ understanding on the importance of community involvement in the entire project cycle and the accruing benefits of this as compared to conventional monitoring and evaluation of projects.

2021-11-03T13:11:16+00:00 By |
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