Surveys

This website includes a number of online  surveys that are operating on a continuing basis.

Any visitor to the website may participate in any of the surveys.

And anyone can view (and analyse) the results. Note that you can search and filter the results, and that you can download a copy of the dataset

If you would like to see a new survey set up, please use the Comment facility below to tell us your ideas.

1. M&E Training needs

The purpose of this online survey is to collect  information about people’s training needs, especially training in Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E). I hope that this information will then be viewed and used by providers of M&E training, who will then seek to meet the needs that have been described here. Supply might end up having a better fit with demand.

If you are a provider of M&E training and want to see the collated results please click here.   As of September 2009 there have been 245 respondents to this survey.

If you want to suggest any additions or changes to this online survey contact rick@mande.co.uk

2. Use of the Logical Framework

This survey is open to members of the MandE NEWS emailing list and the users of the MandE NEWS website.It has been designed for use by people whose organisation uses the Logical Framework. It is not oriented towards the needs of consultants or students.

The cumulative results are  available here.  As of September 2009 there have been 76 respondents to this survey.

More information on the use of the Logical Framework, and the alternatives, is available at www.mande.co.uk/logframe.htm

3. Use of the Most Significant Changes technique

This survey is aimed at existing or past users of the MSC technique. Many users are members of the MSC email list.

The cumulative results are available here. As of September 2009 there have been 64 respondents to this survey.

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  1. 6 Responses to “Surveys”

  2. Make provision for those of us who want informations on local institutions that are involved in training of personnels or interested individuals in monitoring and evaluation. I am interested in the training But have not been able to locate any institution in Lagos, Nigeria.

    By Omale Sunday on Jan 2, 2009

  3. I am interested in participating in some training on Monitoring and Evaluation but not able to locate any institution in India
    Thanks
    Dr. Surya Rathore

    By Dr. (Ms) Surya Rathore on Jan 3, 2009

  4. Hello Surya,

    This might be of interest to you, participatory M&E training in India.

    http://www.priaeducation.org/ippme.php

    Ciao
    Paola

    By paola on Jan 23, 2009

  5. This website is very impressive. I am embarrassed to admit that I haven’t visited MandE since you’ve apparently have updated to this site. It is very easy to navigate around and has a more contemporary look. Thanks for your effort and taste.

    I’ll have to chip in a little $ when I bill our clients next.

    By Jack Willis on May 12, 2009

  6. Hi there

    I’m looking for any advice, templates or even pointers in the right direction for the best means of reporting back to donors on results of M&E efforts. We have taken a log frame approach to our M&E so will have both quantitatibe and qualitative results to report on. Would be really interested to hear how other organisations have reported on log frames and whether there are particularly effective templates etc… to work from.

    Thanks in advance…

    By VR Dawson on Jul 2, 2009

  7. Hi!

    I am tasked with establishing a monitoring and evaluation system(s) for the South African government Gender Justice Programme with emphasis on the gender-based violence programme. We have adopted a multi-sectoral approach to fighting the gbv scourge i.e., working with various sectors in the country. Where do I start? Any step-by-step guide in executing this mammoth task?

    I welcome any assistance look forward to your response.

    Kind regards
    Esther Maluleke
    Programme Manager: Monitoring and Evaluation Programme
    National Prosecuting Authority
    South Africa

    By Esther Maluleke on Jul 9, 2009

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