Results Based Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting

Description of the Training

The Results Based Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting (RBMER) Course focuses on, and aims to equip individuals and organizations with the essential knowledge and skills to optimize the efficiency, effectiveness and impact of development initiatives and response strategies. The training employs a participatory learning approach focused on a consolidation of “must have” practical tools for use in any robust and functional MER system. By the end of the workshop participants will have been able to develop MER systems with ready to use templates customized to suit the participants' organizational needs .

Target Audience

 

RBMER Training is applicable to practitioners in Project Management, M&E,? Data Management, Researchers, M&E consultants, Development Practitioners and Students. It is highly encouraged that training applicants have some form of background with regards to basic theoretical knowledge on M&E.

Training Facilitators and Methods of Training Delivery

 

The RBMER training course is facilitated by a multidisciplinary team of professionals with varied and relevant expertise in development and programming with such background as Monitoring and Evaluation, Public Health, Epidemiology, Social Science, Statistics and biostatistics, Information Technology, Logistics etc. This training course is highly participatory and is conducted in simple English, and local languages as necessary.

Key Areas Covered and Duration

 

The RBMER Training is delivered over a 5-day period with the following specific topics covered and participants having been able to explore the development and application of the following topics

  • Results Chain/MER Framework
  • Indicator Development and Screening Module, Indicator Protocols
  • Implementation Plans and Gantt Charts
  • MER Plans - Design, Costing and Operationalizing
  • Data Collection and Processing for Monitoring Systems including Databases and ?Output Trackers
  • Operations Research - A Ten Step Guide for conducting special studies: Baseline, Evaluations and Impact Assessments. - Exploring Relevance and Appropriateness, Efficiency, Effectiveness, Impact and Sustainability - Quantitative and Qualitative Techniques of Measuring Change
  • Strategies for Communication and Reporting
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