Itad’s David Fleming, has been contracted by the UK Stabilisation Unit for two years as Designer, Facilitator and Trainer for its two-day course on Monitoring and Evaluation in Conflict and Stabilisation Contexts.
The course runs 3-4 times per year and is intended to provide HMG staff across a range of Government Departments with the skills and insights to be able to effectively monitor and evaluation in conflict and stabilisation environments.
The two-day course covers a range of topics including approaches to developing meaningful theories of change in FCAS environments, developing strong result frameworks and context-specific, gender- and conflict-sensitive indicators, and developing monitoring, evaluation, and learning plans. In addition to facilitating throughout the two days, David is also responsible for participating in a panel discussion on Overcoming M&E Challenges in FCAS Environments, and for leading a Lightning Talk on measuring Political Access and Influence.
Contact David Fleming (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to discuss this course.
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