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Results based monitoring and evaluation

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An introductory programme for managers and their teams

In a demanding and highly competitive environment, managers in the public, NGO and private sectors are under increasing pressure to enhance the effectiveness of programmes intended to achieve socio-economic transformation, enterprise and supplier development goals.

This can best be achieved through the implementation of a Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) process that is integral to the design and management of any corporate social investment, enterprise development or preferential procurement project. An M&E system enables organisations to assess whether interventions or projects are working or not, while implementation is taking place; thereby ensuring that goals will be met within time and budget constraints. One of the building blocks of implementing M&E in any organisation is that relevant management and staff need to develop a common M&E language, as well as M&E specific skills in planning, data collection, data analysis and reporting.

A solid starting point is our two-day interactive M&E workshop, which gives project teams and their managers the basic understanding and skills required to plan and implement an M&E process that delivers results.

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Who should attend?

Impact, social and green entrepreneurs Managers of NGO’s and other non-profits Managers of CSI, Transformation and ESD programmes. Funders of socio-economic development programmes.


How you will benefit

This workshop unpacks the questions of monitoring and evaluation: why it is important, how to do it and how to take the next step to measuring social impact. 

 If you're grappling with linking outputs, outcomes and impact, want to demonstrate your value, or put a plan in place, this programme will suit you.

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