Advanced Monitoring and Evaluation Training
In the present era where there is high demand for impact from development interventions by partners, government  and even beneficiaries, project implementers must be the most challenged. They must brace for accountability after the project has come to an end, and clearly demonstrate that the aid/grant spending has been wisely invested in the intervention and has indeed contributed to credible impacts on the target beneficiaries.
Although it is usually the work of an external consultant, impact analysis conducted at the end of the project often requires an elaborate original design from the onset of the project, careful recruitment of a knowledgeable external consultant, keen supervision, dedicated evaluation process, thoughtful and objective impact estimation using robust techniques and a professional reporting art.
For these same reasons, the required skills for a successful implementation are somewhat advanced; the reason this training is offered.

Training Objectives:
This training is intended to impart in participants advanced impact evaluation techniques,
to explore quantitative and qualitative impact estimation techniques using respective analytical software and to introduce participants to evidence-based impact evaluation reporting and dissemination to stakeholders.

Who should attend this training:
Participants should note that this is a build-up course on the PMEAL and M&E Data Management and Analysis Training, and it is 80+ percent practical.
This training mainly targets Senior Managers, M&E Officers, M&E Consultants, M&E Post-Graduate Students among others. Since this is a high-level training, participants must have already attended PMEAL training, as well as M&E Data Management and Analysis training prior to taking this Advanced M&E training.

Training Outline:
  • Introduction to Impact Evaluation
  • Quantitative Impact Evaluation Designs (experimental, quasi-experimental and non-experimental designs)
  • Qualitative Impact Evaluation Designs
  • Sampling and Sample Size Determination for Comparative Impact Studies
  • Quantitative Impact Analysis Techniques (RD, DD, IV, PSM)
  • Qualitative Impact Analysis Techniques (Participatory, CA, AA, OH, OM)
  • Impact Evaluation Reporting
  • Communicating and Disseminating Impact

Training Delivery Mode:
This is purely an online training, delivered using Zoom (Live Stream). The sessions are interactive, practical and issue-based, combined with Case Studies, Individual Assignments, Q&A sessions among others.
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 Dates And Time:

Dates Hours
18th January - 29th January 2021 1700-2000

Training Budget:
You can pay for the training with either USD or Kenya Shillings. The training costs US450 or Ksh40,000 and this takes care of the following:
1.    Soft copy of the training notes
2.    Customised templates for use in workplace
3.    The virtual live training


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