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Goal: To improve the quality of general purpose financial reporting by public sector entities, leading to better-informed assessments of the resource allocation decisions made by governments, thereby increasing transparency and accountability.

Monitoring and Evaluation
Course Overview
Monitoring and Evaluation is a process that helps improve the performance of current and future management of outputs, outcomes, and impact. It is mainly used to assess the performance of projects, institutions, and programs set up by governments, international organizations, and NGOs.
This six days course provides key concepts of monitoring & evaluation and enables participants to develop their own monitoring and evaluation plans in their perspective line of work and also direct utilization of the plan.
Learning Objectives: By the end of this course participants will be able to
• Discuss the concepts of Monitoring and Evaluation
• List the different types of Frameworks and explain each Framework
• Discuss Indicators
• Differentiate areas of a data source for M&E
• Discuss the types of Evaluation designs and Describe Evaluation vs. Research
• Describe designing Evaluation questions
• Build a Monitoring and Evaluation plan
• Describe Challenges in Monitoring and Evaluation
• Discuss Reporting

Course Delivery Format
• The course is delivered via classroom teaching, exercise and group work sessions.

How to pass
• The course is delivered via classroom teaching, exercise and group work sessions.
• Criteria set for exam Score-Participants have to score a minimum of 80% out of 100.
• Time allocated: 6 days
• Any requirement to complete and take the course; complete the registration and make the required payment
Target Audience: Health and other program managers.
Any requirement to complete and take the course
Complete the registration form and make the required payment.

Target group: interested parties including auditors, preparers (including finance Officers), standard setters, and individuals

Course fee: 3736 ETB