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  1. 11 Responses to “M&E Events”

  2. Praxis – Institute for Participatory Practices (www.praxisindia.org) is a self-funded development support organisation specialising in participatory approaches and methods that aim to enable poor and marginalized sections of society to have an active and influential say in equitable and sustainable development.
    Praxis is organising TheWorkshop2012 – an international residential commune on participatory development – which will be held at Ecumenical Christian Centre, Bengaluru, Karnataka, between September 5 and 12, 2012.
    The event is an excellent opportunity for development workers, professionals, policy makers and proactive individuals to come together and learn about tools and methods of participatory development, share their experiences and network with like-minded individuals.
    The eight-day event will include sessions on the ABC of participatory development, use of participatory tools and approaches, field visits, context-specific thematic application modules and spaces for sharing one’s experiences in participatory development.
    You can visit http://www.theworkshop.in to register and for further details.

    By Praxis Institute for Participatory Practices on Jun 26, 2012

  3. The Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment (CREA)at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

    DATE: April 21 –April 23, 2013 in Chicago, IL, USA.
    Detailed information to be posted on CREA website http://crea.education.illinois.edu/ and on Facebook.com

    By Hope Mayne on Jul 3, 2012

  4. The Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment (CREA) Inaugural Conference
    DATE: April 21 –April 23, 2013 in Chicago, IL, USA.
    Detailed information to be posted on CREA website http://crea.education.illinois.edu/ and on Facebook.com

    By Hope Mayne on Jul 3, 2012

  5. I am keen to have such training’s and I am looking forward for scholarships.

    By Parsu Ram Rai on Jul 13, 2012

  6. Hello,
    I would like to share with your readers information about the upcoming Food Security and Nutrition Network Knowledge Sharing Meeting in Washington, DC which will take place November 13-15th. Complete information on meeting location, how to register and a draft agenda can be found at this link http://www.fsnnetwork.org/event/fsn-network-knowledge-sharing-meeting-washington-dc-november-13-15-2012
    There are several sessions that will likely be of interest to your readers that relate to M&E, especially: Measuring Resilience, Research for Improving Performance and Multi-Sector Program Integration.
    We hope to see many of your readers there!

    By Kathleen MacDonald on Oct 31, 2012

  7. The Arab Administrative Development Organization , (ARADO) , The League of Arab States , in Cooperation with the World Bank Expert Dr. Richard Tobin are planning training programs in the field of Monitoring and Evaluation” as the following :
    1-Foundations of Monitoring and Evaluation ,at the following dates and venues :
    •10-14 March , Sharm El Sheikh , Egypt
    •30 June- 4 July 2013 Istanbul, Turkey
    2-Intermediate Monitoring and Evaluation Skills,at the following dates and venues :
    •17-21 March 2013, Sharm El Sheikh- Egypt
    •5-9 May 2013, Alexandria – Egypt
    •10-14 November, Cairo- Egypt

    Program Format:
    1-Instructor presentations
    2-Case studies, individual and group exercises and group presentations.

    Program content:
    1- Introduction to Results-based Monitoring and Evaluation
    2- Results Chains and Frameworks
    3- Indicators
    4- Evaluation Designs
    5- Data Collection
    6- Sampling
    7- Introduction to Data Analysis
    8- Results-based Reporting
    9- Managing Results-based Evaluations

    To register or further inquiries please do not hesitate to contact us at tsalem@arado.org.eg & Laila.e@arado.org.eg

    For Group participation, please ask about the discount policy

    By ARADO on Dec 19, 2012

  8. Advanced Level Training Workshop on Outcome and Impact Orientation
    KKID – Coimbatore, April 24th to 27th 2013

    We are pleased to inform you about the above mentioned workshop which we offer at the Karl Kübel Institute for Development Education, Coimbatore (www.kkid.org).

    Target group:
    Participants from organisations dealing with projects and programmes of development cooperation in all fields being responsible or involved in activities of project cycle management. Knowledge and experience of formalized planning procedures like logframe-planning and the use of project cycle management are essential

    Practitioners face a lack of user-friendly and reliable tools and suitable guidelines and on the other hand, projects are asked to prove their success and demonstrate their changes. This workshop is one step to close this gap. The workshop is meant for people who have come in contact with outcome and impact monitoring and are willing to give it a try and see if it works for them.

    • Participants understand the meaning and process of outcome and impact monitoring for their work.
    • Participants acquire skills to conduct outcome and impact monitoring independently.
    • Participants are in a position to increase the impact of their projects by practicing the monitoring methods
    • Participants will gain knowledge on the resources required to integrate outcome and impact monitoring systems during project design

    The schedule and the proposed outline are enclosed for your kind information. As workshop language will be English it is necessary that participants are fluent in the same.

    The workshop introduce outcome and impact orientation in general terms and shares the procedure to start monitoring changes from the very beginning (its concept and guidelines). The project cycle and impact chains will be reviewed to have a common understanding by all participants for practical exercises during the workshop.

    The workshop will also share already field tested outcome and impact indicators and tools from self help groups and watershed development projects which could be useful for practitioners (experiences from the field). All sub group works will be carried out with concrete examples (case studies) and the practical exercises are in line with the general concept of outcome and impact orientation. The participants will be work with logrframes of their own projects and improve the same if wanted and needed.

    Trainer profile
    Anke Schuermann holds a Diploma in Nutritional Science and a Post-graduation in Rural Development. She brings on board 15 years of project management experience, 12 years out of which were spent in India. While she coordinated various complex poverty alleviation programmes across India, monitoring and evaluation of achievements and impacts was a core task together with Indian NGO partners. She specialises in the area of participatory impact monitoring (PIM), on which she has a publication, has trained many Indian and international teams and carried out impact assessments.

    Organisational details:
    The number of participants is limited to 20. The cost per person for the four-days workshop are 21.500 Rs. / 300 Euro incl. food / accommodation, transport from station /airport Coimbatore to KKID and training materials. The costs have to be settled directly with KKID, Coimbatore. Taxes as applicable will be extra and shall be borne by the participant.

    Please register yourself, your colleagues and/or staff until February 15, 2013 latest with: Mrs. Sabine Beier, Karl Kübel Stiftung, Germany; e-mail: s.beier@kkstiftung.de

    Please feel free to bring along your Laptop or I-Pad to work on your present Logframe during the workshop. Nevertheless we have to inform you that there is no ‘wifi’ available in and around KKID and Sticks cannot be inserted in KKID computer system. You can for sure check your personal account at the facility provided in the course house where you will have the programme.

    Due to spam problems we can only accept Online- or Fax-Registration. For online or fax registration please go to the link above or to the English homepage of Karl Kübel Stiftung (http://www.kkstiftung.de/13-1-Home.html).

    By Sabine Beier on Jan 21, 2013

  9. Evaluation Conclave 2013
    12th November, Kathmandu: The Community of Evaluators (CoE) in collaboration with Community of Evaluators Nepal (CoE-Nepal), announces its Second Evaluation Conclave from 26th February to 1st March 2013 in Kathmandu, Nepal. The objective of the conclave is to bring together thinkers, commissioners and practitioners of evaluation in an interactive forum to discuss, deliberate and share advancements in the theory and practice of evaluation.
    Tricia Wind, IDRC says; “CoE’s first Conclave was successfully held in October 2010 in New Delhi with over 300 South Asian and international participants. Evaluation Conclave 2013 will expect
    over 400 global thinkers, government representatives, policy makers, donors, commissioners, academicians, students and individual development as well as evaluation practitioners to converge at the four-day event.”
    Gana Pati Ojha, Founder CoE South Asia & CoE Nepal, adds; “The cross-cutting themes of the Conclave will be Participation, Practices, Policies and Utilization in the field of evaluation. The following sub-themes have been identified for the conclave: Poverty Alleviation; Agriculture, Food Security and Nutrition; Gender and Inequities; Environment; and Governance and Social Accountability.”
    The Theme of the second Conclave – Evaluation for Development – emphasizes that evaluation should ultimately make a difference in the lives of people. Evaluation is particularly critical in the context of South Asia, home to complex social structures, high rates of poverty, gender discrimination, dynamic forces of globalization sweeping traditional societies and the presence of myriad development projects for the large populations of this region. Innovative evaluation approaches and practices are particularly important in such intricate contexts.
    Shiv Kumar, Director CMS and co-organisers is pleased that, “The Evaluation Conclave attracts renowned evaluation experts from all over the world. A few of the confirmed experts are: Michael Quinn Patton, Robert Chambers, Jim Rugh, Colleen Duggan, Marco Segone, Donna Mertens, Patricia Rogers, Andy Rowe, J. Bradley Cousins, Simon Hearn, John Floretta, and Murray Saunders. Panels, workshops, coffee shop presentations, and networking events that are being organized as part of the Conclave.”
    “We are delighted to welcome members from evaluation associations such as the Sri Lanka Evaluation Association, the American Evaluation Association, and the Malaysian Evaluation society as well as delegates from all over the world including USA, UK, Europe, China, Fiji and more. ” says Mr. Ramesh Tuladar, President, CoE Nepal co-hosts for Evaluation Conclave 2013.
    About The Community of Evaluators (CoE)
    The Community of Evaluators (CoE) is a group of evaluators from South Asia (India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Nepal and Pakistan), working together to strengthen the field of evaluation. The goal of the CoE is – “to promote and enhance the quality of the theory and practice of evaluation in South Asia and to contribute to the same, particularly from a South Asian perspective, globally.” CoE is engaged in knowledge sharing, capacity development, networking and advocacy, and developing standards and protocols for evaluation in South Asia.
    To learn more or to become a CoE member, visit http://communityofevaluators.org.
    To know more about EC2013 please visit http://evaluationconclave2013.org
    For further information or queries pls contact:

    Gana Pati Ohja, CoE Nepal
    Dr Riffat Lucy, CoE Bangladesh
    Karon Shaiva, Idobro

    Sandip Pattanayak
    Catalyst Management Services
    Host Organisation for CoE
    # 19, 1st Main, 1st Cross
    Ashwath Nagar, RMV-II stage
    Bangalore -560094, India
    Tel: +91 80-23419616 / 23417714
    Fax: +91-80-42061210
    Email: sandip@cms-india.org

    Hyatt Regency Kathmandu
    PO Box 9609, Taragaon, Boudha,
    Kathmandu, Nepal
    Tel: +977 1 449 1234
    Fax: +977 1 449 0033
    Email: kathmandu.regency@hyatt.com

    By Priyanka Sharma on Feb 11, 2013

  10. 2ND PAN ASIA-AFRICA RBM&E FORM, Sept, 16-18, 2013, Bangkok.

    Last year the inaugural RBM&E Forum hosted some 100 delegates from around Asia-Africa, and beyond. This year the Forum Program focuses on RBM&E Measurement issues, especially effectiveness and Value for Money. Get involved – Speakers, Workshop Facilitators, Poster Session presenters, and snapshot Favorite Methods and Tools presenters now being called for. See http://www.learnmandeforum.com for details then email us with any questions- form@learnmande.com. (We regret we do NOT provide scholarships this year).

    By Lesley Williams on May 23, 2013

  11. Monitoring evaluation and impact assessment

    Course introduction

    Conventional approaches tend to perceive either the state, or the community, or the market as being capable of offering easy solutions to resource conflicts. Practice, however proves different. To deal with conflicting interests and power imbalances, you will need a competing claims approach on natural resources. This two week course provides you with tools for natural resource management, based on extensive research. You will apply them directly to case studies provided by participants. For more information about this course please visit the following

    website: http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/Expertise-Services/Research-institutes/Centre-for-development-innovation/short-courses/short-courses-2014/cdicourse_monitoring_evaluation_2014.htm


    For this course there are NFP Fellowships. A limited number of fellowships is available from Nuffic – the Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP) for nationals of certain countries. In order to apply for such a NFP fellowship, you have to register through the Nuffic Scholarship Online (SOL) system. You will be informed by Nuffic whether your application has been accepted. More information on the NFP fellowships. The application deadline for the NFP fellowships is 1 October 2013.


    For this course there are NFP Fellowships. A limited number of fellowships is available from Nuffic – the Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP) for nationals of certain countries. In order to apply for such a NFP fellowship, you have to register at the following website:


    You will be informed by Nuffic whether your application has been accepted. For more information visit:


    The application deadline for the NFP fellowships is 1

    October 2013.

    How to apply:

    Read more about registration for this course

    How to apply:

    For more information about registration for his course please visit:

    Location: The Netherlands

    By Centre for Development on Aug 7, 2013

  12. Monitoring & Evaluation
    Training Programs
    The Arab Administrative Development Organization, (ARADO), The League of Arab States ,in Cooperation with the World Bank Expert Dr. Richard Tobin are planning Monitoring and Evaluation programs:

    Foundations of Monitoring& Evaluation

    1. Introduction to Results-based Monitoring and Evaluation
    2. Results Chains and Frameworks
    3. Indicators
    4. Evaluation Designs
    5. Data Collection
    6. Sampling
    7. Introduction to Data Analysis
    8. Results-based Reporting
    9. Managing Results-based Evaluations.

    Intermediate Monitoring& Evaluation Skills

    1. Reviewing the Fundamentals of Results-based Monitoring and Evaluation
    2. Evaluative Criteria and Performance Benchmarks
    3. Advanced Designs for Evaluation
    4. Impact Evaluation
    5. Developing Suitable Questionnaires
    6. Web-based Surveys and Questionnaires
    7. Multivariate Data Analysis
    8. Evaluating the Quality of Evaluations
    9. Developing Meaningful Terms of Reference

    These programs will include:

    1-Instructor presentations
    2-Case studies, individual and group exercises and group presentations.
    3-Mini-clinics” in which participants and I can meet one-on-one to discuss issues of particular interest to the participants, such as evaluations they are managing or considering. (Intermediate Program).

    The Programs dates and venues are:

    Foundations of Monitoring and Evaluation

    5-9 January Sharjah- UAE
    11-15 May Casablanca – Morocco

    Intermediate Monitoring and Evaluation Skills

    12-16 January Sharjah- UAE
    16-20 March Istanbul-Turkey
    8-12 June Paris – France

    * If more than one candidate attending from the same organization; please find below the group participation discount policy:
    a-If 2 candidates attend from the same organization , they are offered 10% discount .
    b-If 3 candidates attend from the same organization, they are offered 20% discount.
    c- If 4 candidates attend from the same organization, they are offered 25% discount or the fifth participant can attend for free.

    For application, inquiries , or more information please do not hesitate to contact us.
    Fax : + (202) 24538917
    E-mail : laila.e@arado.org.eg

    By ARADO on Oct 1, 2013

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