Watch ALNAP Webinar: How is COVID-19 transforming M&E?

25 March
13:00 - 14:00, GMT

M&E practitioners are dealing with a myriad practical and strategic challenges due to COVID-19, from rethinking their approaches to evaluation strategy and planning, to relying on remote M&E and data collection.

This webinar highlighted key takeaways from three Skills-Building Workshops which brought together over 100 M&E practitioners in February and March 2021 to reflect and exchange learning on M&E during the Pandemic. The panel shared their experience of how M&E has changed in their organisations since the Pandemic, reflecting on practical and strategic challenges, and ways in which they have adapted.  


  • Samir Hafiz (Research Officer, ALNAP)

Guest speakers:

  • Wendy Asbeek Brusse (Director of Independent Evaluation Service ‘IOB’, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Netherlands)
  • Margie Buchanan-Smith (Independent humanitarian evaluation consultant)
  • Scott Chaplowe (Independent humanitarian monitoring and evaluation consultant)
  • Sophie Mareschal (M&E Advisor, Terre des Hommes)
  • Susanna Morrison-Metois (Senior Research Fellow, ALNAP)
  • Riccardo Polastro (Regional Evaluation Advisor for Latin America and the Caribbean, UNICEF)
  • Linda Raftree (Independent humanitarian data and technology use consultant)
  • Madiha Shafi (MEAL Manager, Danish Refugee Council)
  • Raghda Sweid (Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, War Child Holland)