Programme Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation
Just like a life, a programme has its own cycle as well, from the start it is “planned to be born” until its end. The planning of a programme is usually stated in a commonly called Logical Framework document or the Logframe. A good programme planning is the planning of a programme that is based on analysis of the contextual problems in the community where work will be implemented. From this point, changes that are expected to happen are formulated. A good programme planning is reflected in the hierarchy of logical changes along with appropriate indicators.
Afterwards, a programme has to be monitored and evaluation. Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) plays a significant role in the lifecycle of a programme as this is where reflections and learning can be drawn for future improvement of the programme implementation. The learning will contribute to increased effectiveness of a project in achieving the expected social changes.
Ideally, Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation is conducted in participatory manner to ensure programme managers and beneficiaries together to be able to make the right decision and that the project runs as planned and to make necessary modifications. Participatory Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation also provides the opportunity for further empowering beneficiaries in monitoring projects in a systematic and comprehensive manner.
The second training on 2014 will be conducted on 10-13 June 2014
The training will be held in four days during 10 – 13 June 2014, time 08.30 AM – 5.00 PM at Gowongan Inn Jl. Gowongan Kidul No.50 Jogjakarta, Phone/Fax: +62 274541999 / +62 274 561460.. Please note that if until 7 days before the scheduled date, the number of applicants are less than 7 persons, the training will be rescheduled until the latest one month after the original schedule.
Detail TOR at: TOR Training PME 10-14 June 2014