According to the PEAP Review process 2007/8, it has been noted that Sub-Saharan African performance lags behind compared to Asia due to the slower pace in the implementation and execution of sectoral policies to convert resources into actual development spending and real investments. This therefore requires a formal policy implementation and monitoring plan with an accompanying ‘best practice’ guide to implementation and monitoring. This process can only be possible with adequate capacity in monitoring and evaluation across the government structures from the Ministries through to the Local Government structures at the district and community levels.
This course is designed for senior and mid-level Government Officials, Development managers and other professionals covering development trends, as well as those are managing sustainable and people-centred development programs and organizations.
Module 1 : Management Skills Improvement
Module 2 : Management Information Systems
Module 3 : Research Methodology
Module 4 : Advanced Quantitative Methods in Decision making
Module 5: Introduction to Project Monitoring and Evaluation
Module 6: Monitoring and Evaluation Tools and Frameworks
Module 7: Design and Development of Monitoring and Evaluation Systems
Module 8: Evaluation and Impact Assessment
Module 9 : Monitoring and Evaluation in the Public Sector
Module 10: Statistical Software Packages for Monitoring and Evaluation (SPSS, EPI-Info, Stata, Larsel)
Module 11: Organizational Capacity Assessment for Monitoring and Evaluation
Module 12: NGO Management
Module 13: Sustainable Development Strategies
Module 14: Consultancy Skills Development
Participants are assessed through continuous practical exercises, course work and written examination.
Ug Shs. 2,400,000 ($1,784 for Non-Ugandans)
2 years starting October