Monitoring and evaluation are essential to improving the effectiveness of any project. Monitoring is an on-going activity during a project, which provides useful feedback to the organizers. An evaluation is a one-time event, usually at the end of a project, which looks at how well a project has been executed. Monitoring and evaluation tells an organization whether it is doing the right thing in the right way.
The workshop offers instruction on the concept and methodology of monitoring and evaluation for household water treatment (HWT) programs/projects. Topics to be addressed include the planning cycle, concepts of monitoring and evaluation, techniques and tools of participatory monitoring, data collection and analysis, and reporting techniques. Participants will share ideas, experiences and acquire skills in the use of various tools for monitoring and evaluation with a particular focus on the active involvement of beneficiaries in setting up and applying monitoring and evaluation systems.
This is an introductory level workshop, which is designed for middle and senior level project managers, community leaders and volunteers, who are directly or indirectly involved in monitoring and/or evaluating projects or working on household water treatment technology projects, or are expected to be engaged in such activities in future.
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