Building on foundational set-up work in Monitoring and Evaluation I, M&E II will focus on client data. Addis Abeba University students will, if the public health situation allows, visit the Self-Help Groups to collect data, measuring income, assets and other indicators via a scorecard and qualitative data; and psychosocial benefits via methods developed in M&E I. M&E II students will process that data, produce visualizations, do analysis, and, finally, write and edit an evaluation report.
Application and admission into the M&E Remote Studio is required to take this course. For more information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please visit our website: International Field Program.