2021Tue06Jul(Jul 6)9:00 AMThu08(Jul 8)5:00 PMFeaturedTraining on Monitoring and Evaluation for Impact Management9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (8) PST MurreeTheme:Quality and Accountability,CEPType:TrainingRegister Here
July 6(Tuesday) 9:00am - July 8(Thursday) 5:00pm PST
Community World Service Asiaqa.email@example.com
When: 6 to 8 July 2021 Where: Murree, Punjab Language: Urdu Interested Applicants: Click here to register Last Date to Apply: 4th June, 2021 Rationale: Accurately measuring the impact of development interventions on the life
When: 6 to 8 July 2021
Where: Murree, Punjab
Interested Applicants: Click here to register
Last Date to Apply: 4th June, 2021
Accurately measuring the impact of development interventions on the life and conditions of affected and underprivileged communities has been a continuous and ongoing challenge for most development practitioners and researchers alike. With aid workers focusing primarily on project specific activities and outputs, the longer-term impact of programs is often sidelined, leaving impact assumptions and pre-conditions hardly tested. Even when a change can be measured, attribution of the change to the project interventions becomes difficult to prove and justify. Moreover, applying quality standards and impact management in humanitarian responses pose their own challenges. COVID-19 related restrictions have further proved that traditional tools and approaches for data collection cannot be easily applied and used.
This training will focus on impact measurement in a holistic manner. It will cover the complete project life cycle; from program design and its articulation/documentation to implementation, monitoring, impact assessment and learning, ensuring that the expected impact is effectively achieved, measured and documented. The application and use of Information Technology (IT) based data collection and analysis tools for this purpose will also be covered in this training.
The training methodology will include practical exercises based on real life projects/programs (but considering social distancing). These will be interspersed with lectures by the external trainer and experience sharing by prominent leaders from the development and humanitarian sector. Post-training coaching and mentoring support will be provided to 30% of participant organisations.
The training will specifically focus on:
- Understanding program design tools and techniques from an impact and learning perspective
- Enhancing participant skills and confidence on applying Theory of Change/Change Models
- Different impact measurement and evaluation tools and techniques, including IT based solutions and remote data collection tools
- Application and mainstreaming of Quality and Accountability (Q&A) standards and impact measurement in humanitarian programs
- Developing action plans for peer support and coaching/mentoring
Number of Participants
A maximum of 20 participants will be selected for the training. Women applications, differently abled persons and aid workers belonging to ethnic/religious minorities are encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to participants representing organizations working in remote and under-served areas. Applicants will be informed by, 7th June 2021 about their confirmation status.
- Primary responsibility for monitoring and impact assessment /MEAL staff at the project and/or organizational levels
- No previous exposure/participation in trainings on Monitoring and Evaluation for Impact Measurement
- Mid or senior level manager in a civil society organization, preferably field staff of large CSOs or CSOs with main office in small towns and cities
- Participants from women led organisations, different abled persons, religious/ethnic minorities will be given priority
- Willing to pay fee PKR 20,000 for the training. Exemptions may be applied to CSOs with limited funding and those belonging to marginalised groups. Discount of 10% on early registration by 26th May 2021 and 20% discount will be awarded to women participants
- Commitment to apply learning in their work, including dissemination of learning within their organisation
Community World Service Asia (CWSA) is a humanitarian and development organization, registered in Pakistan, head-quartered in Karachi and implementing initiatives throughout Asia. CWSA is member of the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) Alliance, a member of Sphere and their regional partner in Asia and also manages the ADRRN Quality & Accountability Hub in Asia.
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Speakers for this event
Arif Jabbar Khan
Arif Jabbar Khan
Mr. Khan holds an M.Phil. degree in Public Policy from the National Defense University Islamabad and was awarded the President’s Gold Medal. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Engineering (Water Resource Development) from the Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok. Mr. Arif is an Eisenhower Fellow wherein he studied the “Americans with Disabilities Act” during his Fellowship. Mr. Arif is a leadership coach and is currently coaching a number of staff members in public and private institutions. He was the Chief of Party of USAID Ambassador’s Fund Grant Programme and has served Oxfam International as the Global Head of Humanitarian Campaigns, Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for Southern Africa and East Asia, Country Director in Pakistan and South Africa, in addition to holding other portfolios. He also served as the Country Director Pakistan with Voluntary Service Overseas – VSO, Regional Grants Manager Asia with Child fund International, Director Programme Operations Sri Lanka with Save the Children and Director Operations, Market Development Facility with The Palladium Group.