Monitoring and Evaluation Practices online course

00:00 - 00:00, GMT

This 1-hour and 50-minute curriculum provides an introduction to monitoring and evaluation practices that enable strong programming in humanitarian and development settings. It is made up of 5 different modules of 20 minutes each that can be taken separately.  

This curriculum was designed for refugee service provider staff and humanitarian workers interested in learning fundamentals to improve monitoring and evaluation (M&E) practices.  


  • Describe logic models and their importance to monitoring and evaluation
  • Differentiate between monitoring and evaluation
  • Develop a logical framework (logframe) based on a strong theory of change to design effective programs
  • Choose appropriate data collection methods and when to use them     
  • Explain how to prepare for meaningful data analysis and how to conduct data analysis and action planning as part of your regular team meetings

These modules are provided by the IRC (International Rescue Committee) and the content was developed as part of the Monitoring and Evaluation Technical Assistance (META) Project.

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