An Introduction to Quantitative methods for Monitoring and Evaluation (M & E)

The Department of Population Studies at the University of Botswana in collaboration with Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Department of Biostatistics & the African Research, Implementation Science, and Education (ARISE) Network is offering a short course on quantitative methods for M and E. The short course will take place from 29th July-2nd August 2019 in Block 247 Seminar Room 133, University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the course, participants will have developed skills needed to:

  • 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 essential components to more complex M & E methods.
  • Apply the foundations of benefit-cost analysis as it relates to health, development, or social programs.

Training methods

The training methods include lectures, practicums sessions, videos, group discussions, and presentations of practical examples by country groups.

Who should attend?

This course is for anyone with a keen interest in monitoring and evaluation of programs, and those working at national or regional level with governments, Internationational organisations, and local M & E departments. Also, the participants are expected to have at least a Bachelor’s degree from any field and a basic knowledge of computing.          

Course Fees

P5000.00 per person (Excludes travel and accommodation).

Register now!

The number of participants is limited to 25; please register early and pay the course fee before the start of the course.

 

For further information regarding the course, please contact:

Oleosi Ntshebe - Course Coordinator             ntshebe@ub.ac.bw        Tel:+267 355 5704   

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