NTS005:Integrated Resource Mobilizationand Result Based Monitoring and Evaluation for WASH Programs

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March 8, 2019
NTS001: Integrating CLTS tools in addressing rural sanitation
March 10, 2019

6th – 17th   May  2019


Cost US $1,480

Venue: Nairobi, Kenya

 About the course

Many programmes have not adequately incorporated participatory monitoring in their activities. Consequently, monitoring has continued to be viewed as an activity that is carried out by outsiders, or an activity to satisfy funding conditionality.


Where monitoring has existed, it has mainly focused on efficiency (i.e. numbers of completed activities), overlooking the effectiveness (i.e. functionality, utilization), for the realization of the intended benefits. Even then, the information collected is not fed back to the users. This has led to delayed or no action taken on problems identified leading to unreliability of services and collapse of installations, contributing to the projects/programs not achieving the intended results.

The course “Result-Based Monitoring & Evaluation of Water and Sanitation Projects: applying result based approaches towards attainment of MDGs introduces new approaches and strategies for in-building monitoring into projects/programme activities. The course emphasizes results based approach, the involvement of users in the process of identifying issues for monitoring, data collection, analysis and use of information for taking action.

The course will assist staff from governments, donor agencies, NGOs and CBOs, acquire knowledge, attitude and skills necessary to address participatory monitoring and evaluation issues in WES projects/programmes.

Resource mobilisation officers will benefit in acquiring strategies for raising funds for WASH projects.

Course Objectives

  1. To acquire knowledge, attitude and skills necessary to address participatory monitoring   and evaluation issues in WES projects/programme
  2. To acquire skills in building a Results Based Monitoring and Evaluation systems
  3. To share knowledge on participatory monitoring of activities
  4. To gain skills in  effective strategies for mobilising resources for WASH projects
  5. To develop an action plan for building an M&E system for a WASH project

Who can benefit from this course?

ü  Staff working in WES development sector

ü  Senior managers and planners working in WES projects/programes.

ü  Programme/project staff involved in monitoring activities in the fields of health/hygiene promotion and community development.

ü  Trainers in participatory monitoring

ü  Resource Mobilization officers

The sponsoring agency understands that the course fee amounts to:
Tuition: US$ 1,480 (2 weeks); US$950 (1 week); US$650 (3 Days)|
Accommodation: US$ 780 (2 weeks); US$380(1 week); US$165 (3 days)|
Medical Insurance: This is optional for a fee of US$ 350, However, they will be asked to submit either their insurance policy or a letter from the sponsor indicating the responsibility held by the sponsor for any medical costs.

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