Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning Training
Course Overview

Monitoring and Evaluation is an essential tool of programme management. Adopting a monitoring and evaluation practice changes an organizations’ focus from what-it-is-doing, to what-it wants-to-achieve, through tracking of changes registered in the project using predefined indicators of achievement. Besides, Accountability and Learning have become a vital component of modern programming; thereby compelling managers to become more conscious of  their actions, and responsive to stakeholders’ expectations.

Active documentation of things learned during implementation and collective sharing of what has been learned facilitates decision for action. Without prior planning and skills, MEAL implementation cannot be effective in an organization.

Training Objectives:
This training has been designed to impart in participants the required skills of M&E Planning, Performance Monitoring, Planning Accountability to stakeholders, as well as planning how to implement Learning in the project or programme.
This training is intended to make participants become the real change agents in championing the practice of MEAL in Organizations.

Training Designed For:
This training is suitable for a broad range of participants (e.g. M&E Officers, Project Officers, Communication Officers and other programme staff).
It is particularly useful for those intending to become MEAL Specialists in the future.
It is also a recommendable fundamental training for those intending to understand the MEAL practice in a programme.

Course Outline:
  • Introduction to Monitoring & Evaluation
  • M&E Indicators
  • Planning/Designing MEAL
  • MEAL in Humanitarian Settings
  • MEAL in Development Programmes
  • Learning & Accountability in a Project
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Participation in MEAL
  • M&E System Review
  • MEAL Reporting & Communication

Career Opportunities:

Training Duration:
This training will take up to 30 hours to complete; but divided into 10 sessions of 3 hours each, and conducted in 10 consecutive days.

Training Budget:
The training costs US $350 for non-residents and Ksh30,000 for Kenyan residents only

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