Monitoring and Evaluation Tools Workshop

Date and Time


Monitoring & Evaluation are key to program planning and management. According to the needs and interests of participants, the session could provide participants with:

  1. An overview of various participatory M&E tools being used in development
  2. Opportunity to practice a select process or several simple tools according to the interest of the participants. Including but not limited to:
  • 10 seeds
  • Seasonal calendar
  • Force field analysis/River of Life
  • Plus, Minus, Interesting
  • 6 hat thinking
  • Monitoring map
  • Spider diagram
  • Chapati diagram

Presented by:

Elaine Stavnitzky
Graduate of UoG’s Rural Planning & Development Master’s Program, 2002.

Twelve years working in International Development specializing in Program & Project planning, monitoring & evaluation as well as knowledge management and organizational change.  Sectors of experience include education, health & nutrition, HIV&AIDS, water, sanitation & hygiene, food security,/livelihoods, economic development, child protection, emergency relief, infrastructure development, and community capacity development.  Experience working in countries in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Eastern Europe.

Workshop Date:

June 26, 2014
1:00 to 4:00 P.M.
Landscape Architecture Building, Room 133

For more information, please contact Professor Harry Cummings at:

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