Diploma in Monitoring & Evaluation of Nutrition and Food Security Programs and Projects

Africa Training Institute is pleased to announce a Diploma in Monitoring & Evaluation of Nutrition and Food Security Projects Course. The course is conducted online and runs for 6 Months.

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Overall Course Overview

The Diploma in Monitoring & Evaluation of Nutrition and Food Security Projects is crafted to addresses a wide Spectrum of practices involved in Humanitarian Programmes. Learners shall be equipped with relevant skills and knowledge to Monitor and Evaluate Humanitarian Programmes in More Sustainable and Efficient Manner.

Course Objectives

  • To train participants in the planning and management of rural development activities particularly in aspects of community/area analysis
  • To enable participants to develop a broad-ranging knowledge of the theoretical field of rural development and assist them in critically appraising the various policies, strategies and approaches in the field
  • To introduce students to a diversity of strategies in combating social exclusion in rural areas.

Module 1

  1. Introduction to M&E
  2. Significance of M&E
  3. Principles and Concepts of M&E

Module 2

  1. Food Security and Nutrition Conceptual Frameworks
  2. Food Security and Nutrition Results Frameworks
  3. Logical Framework Analysis
  4. Food Security and Nutrition Projects Design using Log Frames

Module 3

  1. Food Security and Nutrition Indicators
  2. Indicator Metrics
  3. Link between Indicators and Metrics
  4. Indicator Matrix

Module 4

  1. Food Availability
  2. Food Access
  3. Food Utilization
  4. Stability
  5. Market Information

Module 5

  1. Data Cleaning
  2. Qualitative Data Analysis
  3. Quantitative Data Analysis
  4. Data Interpretation & Reporting

Module 6

  1. Determining Evaluation Points from Results Framework
  2. Components of Evaluations, Implementation and Process Evaluations
  3. Evaluation Design
  4. Performance Evaluation Process
  5. Evaluation Findings, Sharing and Dissemination
    Assignments: There are four assignments (continuous assessment tests), research paper and one examination to be offered at the end of the course. Assignments account for 40%, research paper counts for 30%, while the Final Exam accounts for 30% of the total mark. Upon completion of the course, you shall be issued with a Diploma Certificate and a course transcript.

Examination Certificate and Transcripts will be sent after successful completion of the course.

Duration and Course Load: 24 weeks (5 to 6 hours per week)

Dates: (Six Months) Course Starts at 1st of Every Month

Participants: Development Professionals

Regions: Global

Organizer: Africa Training Institute

Language: English

Format: Web-based and Distance Learning Facilitated

General Course Contact: [email protected]