Sambodhi Training Programme: Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Projects



Sambodhi – an initiative catering to research and allied service needs of the social sector for design and development of state-of-art knowledge ware products and provision of knowledge-based services is organising a training programme for trainers!

Programme title: ‘Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Projects’
3 days, From 29th to 31st July 2008
Venue: New Delhi

The aim of the training programme is to augment the knowledge and skills of operational-level and middlelevel functionaries in various developmental organisations involved in Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) functions.

Specifically, the training is aimed at:

  • Providing conceptual clarity for facilitating better understanding of Stakeholder Centric Monitoring and Evaluation approaches
  • Developing requisite skills for factoring in Participatory Monitoring & Evaluation (PM&E) in Project design and developing Inclusive Monitoring and Evaluation frameworks
  • Enhancing knowledge base and develop skills for application of participatory methodologies and tools especially PRA for monitoring and evaluation
  • Augmenting knowledge and skills for facilitating analyses and interpretation of Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation information

Upon completion of the training programme, participants would better appreciate M&E concepts, design and roll-out Inclusive monitoring systems and evaluation studies, facilitate analyses and interpretation of PM&E information; and present analyses in user friendly formats for informed decision-making and dissemination

Fees: The fee for training programme is Rs. 10,000/- per participant which includes tuition fee, reading material, lunch at the training venue and other training expenses.

. Interested individuals can click here to read and download the Flyer for the Training Programme

For further details, please contact:

Sunil Kumar Singh

Senior Executive

Sambodhi Research and Communications

B-136, Left wing, Third Floor

Kalkaji, New Delhi-110019

Ph. No.- +91-11-40560734, 65492502

DG Correspondent

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6 thoughts on “Sambodhi Training Programme: Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Projects

  1. Hi,
    i am working in national agri NGO as M & E associate, I want to know the training programme on M&E.Please let me know


  2. Hello,
    My name is Desalegn Aberra, Working in children NGO if you give me the opportunity to participate the programm on line I’ll contribute in the better way for humanity in my organization,

  3. Hello
    My name is shafaq, working in IARCSC Indipendent administration reforma and civil service commission as public adminstration reform monitoring and evaluationa coordinator i would like to recivied fro you rthe monitoring and evaluation training programm ducoment on my email account if you send that to me i will apprecicate you kindness.

  4. Hi,

    I am working in Caritas Bangladesh. I am intended to receive training on RESULT BASED MONITORING . Would you please send me the training schedule and training documents if you are offereing any course on that subject .

    thanking you.

  5. Hi
    I am working in DACAAR(danish committee for aid to afghan refugees) Afghanistan. I am interested to receive training on monitoring and evaluation . Would you please send me the training schedule and training documents if you are offering any course on that subject .

    best regards

  6. Ola, what’s up amigos? 🙂
    Hope to get any assistance from you if I will have some quesitons.
    Thanks in advance and good luck! 🙂

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