Mapping Your Monitoring & Evaluation System (Parts 1 and 2)

Descriptions

Do your programmes have impact on young people? Show me your proof!
In our fast-changing and competitive world, organisations need more than ever strong evidence to prove their credibility and relevance to the lives of young people. The question is: Does your organisation have a robust system to do this? This session will introduce you to the concepts of monitoring and evaluation (M&E), its importance, and how it fits in the Guiding and Scouting Movement (Part 1). You will also learn and practice how to set up your M&E system in order to collect evidence on your programme’s effectiveness and impact, and use them for decision-making (Part 2). Come and join this fun and exciting two-part workshop to help your organisation thrive!

Note: Attendance in Part 1 is necessary for the Part 2 session. Although this is an introductory session, we gladly welcome leaders/managers with M&E background to share their M&E experiences and best practices to others!

 

Objectives

To understand key monitoring and evaluation (M&E) concepts

To understand the importance of M&E

To describe and understand the five stages in an M&E System

To understand how young people can be engaged in M&E activities

To map out existing M&E system and identify which area needs strengthening

To familiarise how to develop an M&E Framework for your organisation

To map out a system to collect and store data

To determine an appropriate method of analysing, presenting and disseminating information to different stakeholders

To understand how you can use your M&E data to identify problems and implement changes

To identify opportunities how young people can be involved in M&E activities

 

Target Audience

All leaders and managers who are involved in strategic planning and/or programme management in their organisation. Preferably, there should be at least two participants from an MO/NSO.

Location: Date: Time: - Miguel Camacho