Be part of our M&E of Food and Nutrition Security Programs Course

Project Management, Management

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Dear Colleagues,

Learn how to improve the effectiveness of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of Food Security and Nutrition programs through identifying and disseminating successful methods, tools and practices.

Achieve better results by strengthening your competence in the designing, monitoring, and evaluation of FSN programs.

This course is focused on fulfilling one of your most pressing challenges and needs right now.

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What you will learn


Module 1: Fundamentals of Monitoring and Evaluation

What is M&E?
Significance of M&E
Principles and concepts in M&E
M&E and the project lifecycle
Complementary roles of monitoring and evaluation

Module 2: Food Security and Nutrition M&E Frameworks

Food security and nutrition conceptual frameworks
Food security and nutrition results frameworks
Logical framework analysis
Food security and nutrition projects design using LogFrames

Module 3: Food Security and Nutrition Indicators

Food security and nutrition indicators
Indicator metrics
Link between indicators and results
Indicator Matrix
FSN indicator performance tracking

Module 4: M&E System design and M&E Planning in FSN

Importance of an M&E Plan
Components of an M&E Plan
Design Principles for monitoring and evaluation
Using M&E plan to implement M&E in a project
M&E plan against performance management plan

Module 5: M&E Considerations for Sector Specific Programming

Food availability
Food access
Food utilization
Market Information

Module 6: M&E Considerations for Health and Nutrition

Selection of indicators
Integrated disease surveillance and nutrition surveillance systems

Module 7: Data Management for M&E in FSN

Sources of M&E data
Qualitative data collection methods
Quantitative data collection methods
Participatory methods of data collection

Module 8: Data Analysis

Data cleaning
Qualitative data analysis
Quantitative data analysis
Data interpretation and reporting

Module 9: Gender consideration in M&E for FSN

Gender integration during project activities design
Gender indicators in food security and nutrition programs
Cross-cutting gender issues in FSN
Role of M&E in addressing gender
Measure of gender outcomes

Module 10: Evaluation of Food Security and Nutrition Programs

Determining evaluation points from results framework
Components of evaluations, implementation and process evaluations
Evaluation designs
Performance evaluation process
Evaluation findings, sharing, and dissemination

Module 11: Impact Assessment of FSN Programs

Introduction to impact evaluation
Impact assessment in program design
Attribution in impact evaluation
Impact evaluation methods

Module 12: M&E Results Use and Dissemination

Use of M&E results to improve and strengthen FSN projects
Use of M&E Lessons learned and best practices
M&E reporting
Design, monitoring, and evaluation of resilience interventions

What you require

Participants should be reasonably proficient in English. Applicants must live up to Indepth Research Services (IRES) admission criteria.