Training in Evaluation of Humanitarian Action

Date: 21st-24th June 2009
Venue: Belgium

Channel Research and the Active Learning Network for Accountability and Performance (ALNAP) are inviting participants for Training in Evaluation of Humanitarian Action, Belgium, 21st-24th June 2009 (actual training dates 22nd-24th June 2009).

This course is an introductory-to-intermediate level course and has the overall aim of assisting participants in the design of monitoring systems, and to be able to commission, manage, carry out and use small scale evaluations in humanitarian action. This 3-day training course will use the OECD-DAC evaluation criteria but also introduces new evaluation material specifically on joint evaluations and innovative learning processes as part of an evaluation process.

The course follows on the courses given every year by Channel Research and ALNAP in Belgium. This course has the following aims:

  • To make evaluations of humanitarian assistance more effective in contributing to improved performance.
  • To improve the quality of evaluation processes.

Based on Channel Research’s experience of running training programmes on evaluation, this course will be open to evaluators, managers and users of evaluations. It presents an opportunity for learning and exchange between participants from different backgrounds and who play different roles in humanitarian assistance and evaluations. The course is facilitated by Margie Buchanan-Smith and John Cosgrave.

Please follow the link here to download the course outline and application form. For any further information, please contact Maria Bak on

Please do not hesitate to forward these documents to potential participants.

Thank you very much for your attention,

Best Regards
Channel Research
45 Route des Marnières
1380 Lasne
Mobile: +32 (0) 473 12 36 23

One thought on “Training in Evaluation of Humanitarian Action”

  1. I’m Ruwan working as a M&E officer in Sri Lanka. Plz let me know if there are some sponsors for this program
    Kind Regards


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