The use of up-to-date indicators in monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment of food and nutrition security programmes
Centre for Development Innovation
ma 31 oktober 2016
tot vr 11 november 2016
As the field of food and nutrition security (FNS) is rapidly developing, approaches to deal with M&E and impact assessment change as well. With the Sustainable Development Goals being developed, increasing the focus on FNS and gender equality, there is a higher demand from donors to report on certain indicators. Also, working on an evidence-base is an increased need in the development sector. These developments contribute to an ongoing need for updated knowledge of recently developed and internationally adapted indicators used in the field of FNS and gender equality. Next to this, new M&E methodologies such as for example mobile data collection devices (e.g. tablets) or using big data have come up and need to be internalized.
Aims and objectives
Aims and objectives
The main objective of the course is to assist and capacitate participants in making M&E and impact assessment for FNS practical and effective.
To get an update on the international developments in the field of FNS (e.g. around the social development goals);
To increase knowledge and skills in M&E and impact assessment methodologies;
To increase insights into indicators across and within different levels (country, organisation, programme, project etc.) and time frames;
To increase knowledge and skills in applying indicators currently used in FNS (DDS, KAP, agnut, women empowerment in agriculture index);
To improve skills on data collection, data entry, data analysis and interpretation.
This refresher course is organised for alumni of Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation (formerly known as Wageningen International and IAC) courses on:
Participatory planning, monitoring & evaluation - Managing for Impact;
Monitoring, evaluation and impact assessment of food and nutrition security programmes;
Agriculture nutrition linkages;
HIV/AIDS and food and nutrition security;
NFP Alumni of the Wageningen University MSc Human Nutrition.
The course is open to professionals who have participated (with an NFP fellowship) in any of the aforementioned course offered by Wageningen UR Centre for Development Innovation. It targets alumni working in food and nutrition security related fields and who experience a need at individual and organizational level for better planning, monitoring & evaluation and impact assessment. Female professionals from sub-Saharan Africa are encouraged to apply. Alumni from all sectors (private, public or civil) are welcome.
The course is organized by:
Wageningen UR Centre for Development innovation (CDI), Wageningen, The Netherlands