RESULTS-BASED MANAGEMENT, MONITORING AND EVALUATION (RBM)
Duration: 5 days
Course Fee: $1500.00 (early payment and group discounts available)
Who is it for?
RBM is a management strategy by which all actors ensure that their processes, products and services contribute to the achievement of desired results (outputs, outcomes and higher level goals or impact). The actors in turn use information and evidence on actual results to inform decision making on the design, resourcing and delivery of programmes and activities as well as for accountability and reporting.
RBM is seen as taking a life-cycle approach. It starts with elements of planning, such as setting the vision and defining the results framework. Once a set of results is established, implementation starts and monitoring becomes an essential task to ensure results are being achieved. M&E provide invaluable information for decision-making and lessons learned for the future.
After this training, participants will:
Emphasis is on practical skills. Plenary presentation, group work and practical tools will be supplemented with activities each participant will develop and implement in their work. Only a small number (10-15) of participants will be admitted for the training to ensure quality time utilization for each participant and enough chance to exchange practical experiences with other participants.
See Training Report (Istanbul August 2016)
See Training Report (Bangkok October 2016)
Principles of RBM
The Logical Framework Approach: Introduction
The Logical Framework Approach: Analysis
The Logical Framework Approach: Planning
Project Monitoring and Evaluation
Establishing an M&E System
Review, Reflection and Evaluation