Monitoring and Evaluation

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The goal of this course is to equip the learner with knowledge, skills, attitude and values in Monitoring and Evaluation in order to contribute to sustainable capacity in the management of HIV/AIDS programs for improved health outcomes.

Expected learning Outcomes:

(i) Examine appropriate M&E frameworks in Monitoring and Evaluation process

(ii) Assess project needs for the purpose of design appropriate project initiatives

(iii) Use appropriate project evaluation research skills to systematically collect, analysis and interpreted project related data for decision making

(iv) Write, evaluate and disseminate Monitoring and Evaluation reports

(v) Assess project performance in regard to budgets, schedule and benefits

(vi) Appraise various ways of ensuring system sustainability and knowledge management

Minimum Admission Requirements

Master’s degree in Social or Biological Sciences with a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field of the University of Nairobi, or an equivalent qualification from another institution recognized by the University of Nairobi Senate and at least one year experience in the health sector. Any other equivalent qualification to the above from institutions recognized by the University of Nairobi Senate.

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