How can we measure development? Recent years have witnessed concerns regarding effective management and results-oriented approach to development projects and programmes. The discourse has gained further momentum with the adoption of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Targets and Indicators. The quest for the impact of development interventions has been intensified as the message “Leaving No One Behind” gets loud and clear.
Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation (PM&E) is an important process that enhances relevance, effectiveness, and sustainability of development programmes. It helps organisations and institutions improve their functioning.
Participatory approaches to monitoring, evaluation, and impact assessment facilitate the active participation of the primary stakeholder, i.e., the community or the beneficiaries of the project. These approaches are also valid for organisational strengthening and institutional learning and can be applied to a diverse range of organisations.
This course on Measuring Development: Participatory Monitoring, Evaluation and Impact Assessment offers a range of conceptual and practical issues faced by practitioners, adult educators, researchers, resource providers and policymakers in managing organisations and programmes in a participatory manner. The course provides an international perspective on approaches, frameworks and models used in the field of monitoring and evaluation.
The course focuses on providing conceptual knowledge, exposure to frameworks and processes for facilitating Participatory Monitoring, Evaluation and Impact Assessment in the development project or organisational settings. The modules and activities facilitate critical analysis of different debates and perspectives on Participatory Monitoring, Evaluation and Impact Assessment in a facilitative online learning environment.
|Duration :||6 Weeks|
|Effort :||8-10 hr/Week|
|Starts From :||25 Sept, 2020|