Support services to organisations:
October – December 2016
The second tier support project aims to address the long term sustainability needs of organisations providing services to those affected by sexual and domestic violence; one of our objectives is to provide training sessions to improve the quality of those services and to support them to sustain that level.
All the training sessions provided by ASCENT are subject to eligibility of your organisation and availability; for more information please follow the link provided for each training session or contact the delivery partner directly.
|Participatory methods: monitoring and evaluation|
11 October 2016
|Who is it for?The course is primarily for Women’s Voluntary and Community Sector Organisations looking to expand their knowledge on monitoring and evaluating outcomes.
The course is also open to people from the voluntary and community sector working on projects and services for women.
Women’s Resource Centre,
United House, North Road,
|Description:The course is relevant to anyone who wants to learn more about monitoring and evaluating projects and organisational impact.
It will help organisations build comprehensive and practical systems to clearly demonstrate the value of their work and the difference this makes to the lives of women.
This course will introduce the key notions and principles of good monitoring and evaluation systems. It will identify the different dimensions of monitoring and provide practical ideas on how to make the process of measuring outcomes easier and more systematic.
|Time:10:00 – 4:00 pm
|Participants will increase their:Understanding of the principles and terminology of monitoring and evaluation
Understanding what is meant by terms such as outputs, outcomes and impact
Reviewing the difference between soft and hard outcomes
Be more aware of methods to use to measure and setting indicators
Building a clear monitoring and evaluation framework
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Against Violence and Girls
Rights of Women
Women and Girls Network
Women’s Resource Centre