International Training (Bangkok)

International Training (Bangkok)

Introduction

 
Reforms in organizational structures and procedures are the learning outcome of monitoring and evaluation in the changing world paradigm. SDPI’s Centre for Learning and Development, in collaboration with International Development Research Centre (IDRC) is organizing this training on MEAL in Bangkok, Thailand. MEAL is an approach through which programmes and activities are monitored and evaluated in aligned with the given targets. How these findings and learning outcomes may explicitly reflect into programmes and an institutional decision-making process is a challenge for the dynamic organizations to develop a systematic accountability and learning mechanism. This training is specifically designed for the leading think tanks and progressive organizations working in South Asia and Pacific. The world’s renowned trainers will be sharing the best practices and key principles of MEAL, which can be adopted by think tanks and development organizations to bring a visible change in their organizational culture to create a greater impact.
 
Learning Objective

Enabling Participants with dynamic MEAL methodology and to make them capable in measuring monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning results in a tangible manner.
Learning Outcome

Qualitative improvement in designing, measuring and monitoring of programmes to enhance the organizational learning and accountability.
International Certification will strengthen the key steps, required to increase prospects in International Development Organizations designing, managing and implementing large-scale projects. This certification is in line with the United Nations Framework on Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation for Development Results.

Key Contents
  • Designing effective programmes and envisioning results
  • Understanding applied monitoring and evaluation techniques
  • Understanding Theory of Change and Grounded Theory for greater impacts
  • Orientation to select project management platforms for MEAL
  • Learning and Knowledge management for improved M&E processes
  • Documenting stories of impact and influence using ‘Grounded Theory’
  • Organization and programme accountability mechanisms for results
  • Data visualization tools to assist learning
  • Evaluation of case studies
Training Partners
  • Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI), Pakistan
  • International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Canada
  • Thammasat University, Thailand
Who Should Attend?
  • Project Managers
  • M & E Professionals
  • Mid-Level and Senior Researchers
  • Development Consultants

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