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Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks

This workshop will present a clear and staged conceptual model for the systematic development of an M&E Framework. It will examine a range of steps and techniques involved in the design and implementation of the framework; explore potential design issues and implementation barriers; cover the development of Program Theory and Program Logic; the identification of key evaluation questions; the development of performance indicators; and identification of processes for data collection, on-going analysis and reflection based on data generated.

Australia
28th July, 2015 to 29th July, 2015
Event City: 
Darwin
Event State/Province: 
Event cost: 
Paid
Event type: 
Workshop

The facilitator will encourage interactive peer to peer dialogue to share experiences and learning, and also draw on case studies to encourage application of knowledge and skills to evaluation contexts.

Content
• The importance and function of monitoring and evaluation processes
• 'Table of Contents' for the development of an M&E Framework – what to do and in what order
• Design of a viable M&E Framework
• Application of M&E Frameworks to programs
• Key challenges and barriers, and how to address them

Outcomes and Benefits
• Understanding of an overall structure for the development of a M&E Framework
• Identification of clear steps and stages involved in the process of development of an M&E Framework, and building knowledge and skills in their implementation
• Use of case studies to develop key components of an M&E Framework for an initiative
• Understanding of how to best support participatory processes in design and implementation of an M&E Framework

Who should attend?
This workshop offers professionals from across government, universities and not for profit and consulting organisations foundation skills in planning for monitoring and evaluation of a program. You will benefit most from the workshop if you have some prior knowledge of evaluation, particularly program theory and program logic and some practical experience with evaluation activities.