INTRAC supports civil society organisations around the world, particularly in the global South, through research, training, and consultancy. We help build organisations’ capacity so that they can in turn empower people in their societies who experience poverty and various forms of social exclusion to challenge and change the inequality that affects them.
The Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning online course will strengthen your skills in supporting monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) of projects and programmes from programme design through to evaluation and impact assessment, and help you to tackle MEL challenges that you may be facing.
This course builds on participants’ understanding and skills of how to develop sustainable and cost effective monitoring and evaluation processes and practices within their own projects, programmes and organisations.
This course introduces participants to the core skills needed to influence powerful stakeholders and policy processes in a range of contexts. It also gives participants a thorough understanding of how to develop and monitor effective advocacy strategies. You will explore tools for analysing where power lies on your issue and who has a stake in it. You will learn how to develop a theory of change and how to tailor your advocacy to the interests of those you seek to influence.
Many people make the mistake of thinking that Theory of Change (TOC) is either a methodology for planning and evaluation, or a compliance piece demanded by donors. It is so much more than this! Theory of Change is a structured form of analysis which enables more robust and “joined up" planning, implementation, reflection, and adaptation of programmes and projects at all levels.
Gender is becoming an increasingly important issue that needs to be addressed by development planners and NGOs. However, many face challenges in its practical and systematic application to their work. INTRAC’s Gender Analysis and Planning course will enable you to systematically analyse contexts and plan development and humanitarian programmes from a gender equality perspective, in any development context.
100% of participants in our most recent Gender Analysis and Planning course would recommend this course!
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