Monitoring and Evaluation for Humanitarian Programs Workshop - Shanghai

Training
from Harvard University
Registration deadline: 08 Jul 2018 Training date: 09 Jul 2018 to 13 Jul 2018 More Information

Course Overview

The goal of the course is to provide an overview of the basic principles and methodologies for program monitoring and evaluation with emphasis on practical application for humanitarian researchers and practitioners.

The course will provide concrete conceptual frameworks for mixed methods use (both qualitative and quantitative) in program monitoring and evaluation. Methodological and implementation challenges as well applications in program assessment, impact, development, interventions, and overall implementation will be discussed. In addition, the course will provide an introduction to the capabilities of the new digital tools, methods and research resources for increasing quality and efficiency of data collection, access, analysis, and visualization.

In-Class Project

In addition, each participant should come to the workshop with a mixed methods evaluation project idea. Specifically should start thinking about the following prior to the workshop: working title, problem, data collection involving quantitative and qualitative data, and the potential significance of the project. During the workshop, each participant will work on elements of this project and write out the elements on Powerpoint slides. The steps in the process will not reflect the typical linear development as is often seen in a research project. However, at the end of the workshop, we will array the steps in the order typically seen in a study.

Course Instructors

Phuong Pham, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard School of Public Health and Department of Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Director of Evaluation and Implementation Science, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative; Co-Founder of KoboToolbox and Peacebuildingdata.org

Patrick Vinck, Ph.D, Research Director, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative; Assistant Professor, Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard School of Public Health and Department of Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Co-Founder of KoboToolbox and Peacebuildingdata.org

Please see our workshop website for more information

Fee information:
Course Fee. Standard Registration Rate: $1800 USD. Course fees will cover workshop participation and course materials. Please note that meals are not included in the course fee. Formal confirmation of enrollment will be sent upon receipt of course fees and review of requested registration materials. Please note that registration is not completed and your spot in the workshop is not guaranteed until full payment of the course fee has been received. This workshop is a self-funded program and all participants are required to pay a registration fee. At this time participation scholarships are not available. Please note that accommodations and travel are not included in the course fee.
How to register:

Registration can be found on our workshop website.

***PLEASE NOTE: This registration form is only for international participants. Participants in China should email hhievaluationcourse@gmail.com for more information on registering within China***

We accept payment of the registration fee via credit card. If you need to make the payment via wire transfer, please email hhievaluationcourse@gmail.com for more information.