Projects are very important in the development process of any economy: Projects can be executed both in private and public sector: It is even more challenging when such projects are executed at the community level. In order to achieve successful community based projects, there is need for effective monitoring and evaluation.
The reality is that most projects fail due to poor monitoring and evaluation exercise. Organizations believe that monitoring and evaluation is too time consuming and expensive which invariably leads to ineffectual project implementation
This workshop is designed to equip participants with the relevant skills and core competencies in addressing issues on monitoring and evaluation.
At the end of the session, participants will be able to
- Understand community-based development projects
- Discuss the concepts of project monitoring and evaluation
- Discuss monitoring and evaluation tools and techniques
- Write monitoring and evaluation reports
- Use monitoring and evaluation tools for community-based development projects.
- Monitoring and Evaluation of Community-Based Development Projects: An Overview
- The role of Community-Based Project in Development process
- Project stakeholders’ Analysis and functions
- Application of log frame for monitoring community-based project
- Approaches to Monitoring and Evaluation of community-based project
- Handling implementation fallout and conflict resolution
- Sustainability management of community-based project
- Environmental and Social Impact Assessment of Community-Based Projects
- Design effective Monitoring and Evaluation Tools Techniques and Strategies
- Participatory approach to Monitoring of Community-Based Project
- Project Monitoring and Evaluation Report Writing
Methodology of Delivery
Lectures, role play, discussions and exercises, Audio visual aids will be used to reinforce these teaching/learning methods.
The course is designed for project managers at Federal, State, Local Government levels as well as community based organizations. It is also designed for project planning officers in both public and organized private sectors.
Mode of Assessment for Certification:
100 percent attendance/active participation
M. T. Ojo