Introduction to Participatory Monitoring & Evaluation Tools
Conventional monitoring & evaluation (M&E) traditionally focuses on measuring performance against pre-set indicators, using standardised procedures and tools. Though valuable, these techniques are not be able to fully answer whether an activity or programme has made a difference in beneficiaries’ lives, and how different parties involved perceive the outcomes of programme activities.
A growing emphasis on participatory approaches in all stages of development work, illustrates recognition of the importance of involving the community’s voice. For M&E, this means engaging the community in the M&E process: building the capacity of community members to become active partners, sharing their opinions and experiences. This approach broadens the notion of accountability: fulfilling the terms and conditions of the funding organisations receive (upward accountability), but also fulfilling the needs and goals of the communities they serve (downward accountability).
To increase the engagement of the community in M&E activities, more and more innovative participatory approaches have emerged. Examples are the Most Significant Change (MSC) technique, using storytelling; visual methods such as Participatory Video (PV) and Photovoice; and a combination of video and MSC: PVMSC.
For those interested to know more about these participatory M&E techniques to integrate and support their M&E approach, RISE and ResultsinHealth (RiH) are organising a half-day workshop:
Introduction to Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) training walks you through the basic concepts of various tools which will strengthen M&E process in your organization, including the advantage and disadvantage of each method:
a. Most Significant Change (MSC), using story telling
b. Participatory Video (PV), using digital
c. Photovoice, using digital
Who is the trainer?
This training will be guided by Mrs. Rima Irmayani. Mrs. Rima is a development practitioner with 20 years working for research and program evaluation in the areas of social inclusion, livelihood, civil society strengthening and disability in Indonesia, Timor Leste and the Netherlands. She has intensive experience in using participatory monitoring and evaluation methodology such as Most Significant Change and Participatory Learning for Action (PLA). Mrs. Rima is also an experienced program manager. She has excellent skills in designing, managing and evaluating a range of emergency, transition and development programs. Mrs. Rima holds a Master’s Degree in Conflict, Reconstruction and Human Security the Institute of Social Studies (ISS) in The Hague-The Netherlands and an Advanced Master’s in International Development from the Radboud University Nijmegen-The Netherlands.
When and Where?
The training will be conducted on Thursday, 23th Februari 2017, at 13.00 to 17:00 WIB.
Location at One Pacific Place Bldg., 11th Floor SCBD. Jl. Letjen. Sudirman Kav. 52-53 Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan, 12190
IDR 750,000 (Include: registration, certificate, snack and tea/coffee)
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