Monitoring & Evaluation

This program covers the basics of program monitoring and evaluation and it defines common term and discusses why M&E is essential for program management. In addition it deals with performance monitoring, performance evaluation as well as fundamentals of impact evaluation


MEV100: Monitoring and Evaluation Fundamentals


Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is an essential component of any intervention, project, or program. This course covers the basics of program monitoring and evaluation and it defines common term and discusses why M&E is essential for program management.


At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Understanding the project life cycle

  • identify the basic purposes and scope of M&E;

  • differentiate between monitoring functions and evaluation functions;

  • describe the functions of an M&E plan;

  • identify the main components of an M&E plan;

  • identify and differentiate between conceptual frameworks, results frameworks and logic models;

  • describe how frameworks are used for M&E planning;

  • identify criteria for the selection of indicators;

  • describe how indicators are linked to frameworks;

  • identify types of data sources; and

  • describe how information can be used for decision-making.


​​MEV200: Performance monitoring


This course will cover the following:

  • performance monitoring within the program cycle

  • developing effective indicators

  • documenting and managing indicators

  • data quality assessments

  • analyzing and using data

  • performance management plans


MEV300: Project Appraisal and Risk Analysis

This course is open to individuals working professionally in finance, economics, accounting, taxation, management, engineering or other related fields. It is for people who design, appraise, select, negotiate or finance projects, and for those who are interested in the financial, economic and social impacts of these projects.   The course takes you through a flexible appraisal framework designed to handle different types of projects, from commercial enterprises and utilities to infrastructure investments and social programs.

Project Appraisal and Risk Analysis training teaches financial, economic, stakeholder, and risk analysis and risk management through real and applied case studies, lectures and group discussions.

  • Development of feasibility studies

  • Development of cash flow statements

  • Financial sustainability of projects

  • Capital markets and financing projects

  • Investment appraisal techniques

  • Cost-effectiveness measures of social programs

  • Risk and Uncertainty Analysis

  • Integration of financial, economic and social appraisals

  • Economic valuation of goods and services, human resources and environmental impacts

  • Basic needs valuation for social programs


MEV400: Fundamentals of Evaluation


Fundamentals of Program Evaluation introduce students in different types of program evaluation, including needs assessment, formative research, process evaluation, monitoring of outputs and outcomes, impact assessment, and cost analysis. Students gain practical experience through a series of exercises involving the design of a conceptual framework, development of indicators, analysis of computerized service statistics, and development of an evaluation plan to measure impact. This course covers experimental, quasi-experimental, and non-experimental study designs, including the strengths and limitations of each.


MEV900: Monitoring and/or Evaluation project


Under the guidance of the trainer, the student will develop and present a performance monitoring or evaluation project.

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