Quantitative Methods for Monitoring and Evaluation Course

The Department of Population Studies at the University of Botswana and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health & the African Research, Implementation Science, and Education (ARISE) Network invites applications for a short course on quantitative methods used for monitoring and evaluation (M & E).

By the end of the course, students will be able to achieve the following:

  • Identify appropriate sources of data, including the limitations and necessary interpretations.
  • Employ basic to intermediate, but common, statistical tools used in program M & E.
  • Integrate multiple methods for the operation of a comprehensive M & E system.
  • Describe how to extend basic components to more complex M & E methods.

While the motivating examples of many topics will be M & E of health programs in resource-constrained environments, the methods and principles extend more broadly to other areas such as public policy, economics, decision and management sciences.

Dates and venue

This short course will take place from 6-10 August 2018, at the University of Botswana.

Eligibility

Applications are being sought from persons with demonstrated interest in monitoring and evaluation, and those working in private or national M & E departments.

Cost

P3000.00 per person

Closing date

25th July 2018

Application

If interested please complete the registration form below.

Enquiries

Send any inquiries concerning this call to:

ntshebe@ub.ac.bw or Bainamek@ub.ac.bw

 

Registration Form

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