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It equips participants with skills in setting up and implementing results-based monitoring and evaluation systems. The course will bring learning to practice for participants to learn about the results levels and their linkage with indicators and techniques for tracking and assessing the progress of a project with the aim of achieving long term results. Apply Now Downloads.
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With the advent of globalization, there are growing pressures on governments and organizations around the world to be more responsive to the demands of internal and external stakeholders for good governance, accountability and transparency, greater development effectiveness, and delivery of tangible results.
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Greg Armstrong. There are 6 good reasons to use Results-Based Management:. People working on international development projects know what they are doing, and what they want to happen. And for that matter, everybody working on development, in NGOs, government or the private sector wants to achieve results, and wants to be able to explain them. But whatever they call it, most national governments in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean are expressing interest in using some form of results-based management and evaluation themselves.
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Jump to navigation. The guide describes these steps in detail, the tasks needed to complete them, and the tools available to help implement them. This resource and the following information was contributed to BetterEvaluation by Imtiaz Ayub. This is a very important guide for those who are involved in the designing, implementation and maintaining a monitoring and evaluation system for an organization, government, program or project. It is written in simple English language, is very comprehensive and clarifies the concepts very well. The book also contains many relevant examples.
Its goal is to improve current and future management of outputs, outcomes and impact. Monitoring is a continuous assessment of programmes based on early detailed information on the progress or delay of the ongoing assessed activities. The credibility and objectivity of monitoring and evaluation reports depend very much on the independence of the evaluators. Their expertise and independence is of major importance for the process to be successful.
Governments and organisations face increasing internal and external pressures to demonstrate accountability, transparency and results.
In this course, you will learn the basics of results-based project management. After an introduction to the results framework and its associated performance indicators, you will learn how monitoring systems and evaluations provide a crucial source of evidence for management decision-making. This project management course is designed to address the growing demand for managers in Africa and around the world, who can use results-based approaches to design, implement and manage an ever growing range of programs and projects. Monitoring and evaluation key results based management tools are increasingly called upon within public service, non-governmental sectors and multi-lateral development agencies to help ensure that resources are put to optimum use and that citizens and beneficiaries are assured of receiving the benefits that are committed to them. The course has been developed in partnership with CLEAR Anglophone Africa and draws upon the centers experience in promoting the use of evidence-based systems across Africa to enhance development practice. Week 1: What are results and why are they important? Week 2: Introduction to the Results Chain.
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While many nonprofits and INGOs may have Monitoring and Evaluation software, often, they are designed around a results-based framework.Reply
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