Monitoring and Evaluation Workshop for USAID Food for Peace FY18 Awardees

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Regular monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is vital to the success of Food for Peace’s (FFP) development food security activities (DFSAs). To support DFSA M&E efforts, FANTA and FFP deliver M&E workshops at the start of new DFSAs. From January 22–25, 2018, FANTA and FFP jointly held an M&E workshop in Kampala, Uganda, for staff of new DFSAs awarded to Catholic Relief Services and Mercy Corps and their subgrantees. The five-day workshop provided technical assistance to familiarize these private voluntary organizations with FFP M&E approaches and requirements and finalize their theories of change and LogFrames, thereby strengthening activity effectiveness and accountability.

0. Opening

1. FFP M&E and Reporting Requirements

2. Theory of Change

3. M&E Plan

4. Logframe


6. MIS Considerations

7. Sustainability

8. Annual Monitoring Indicators

9. Gender Integration

10. Environmental Considerations

11. Mission Presentation

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