In this Program Overview, Prof Brenda Furagganan shares how Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation (RBM&E) is a systematic approach for monitoring performance and evaluating the long-term results of projects instead of just short-term output. It enhances the effectiveness of development programs and projects implemented by organizations from both private and public sectors.

This ten half-day program is designed for current and potential leaders working on development programs and projects and covers topics on M&E concepts and principles, current practices on M&E, program/project logframe, developing performance indicators, use of applicable tools and techniques, use of information systems, and using M&E results.

By joining the program, you will hone your RBM&E competencies, and you will learn how to prepare M&E plans and implement M&E systems using contemporary tools and techniques. It will sharpen your understanding of the results chain using logic models, as well as skills in developing indicators and targets and designing methods for data collection and analysis.

An overview of the upcoming program starting on 11 January 2022 will also be discussed.