IEA Training Manual - Module 8 - Exercises

This exercise originates from section:

Exercise 8.3.1 ab

a: Previous experience with monitoring and evaluation

The purpose of this exercise is to share previous experiences in monitoring and evaluation.
In plenary, ask if anyone has had a positive experience with monitoring and evaluation. Request that two or three volunteers briefly share their experiences. Make a list of what made the evaluation experience positive, and use this list in the next steps of designing the evaluation of your IEA process.

Time: 15 minutes.

b: Constraints

The purpose of this exercise is to map constraints that organizations have in monitoring and evaluation.

In small groups, ask participants to point out areas of the IEA process where their organization could have constraints that could limit monitoring and evaluation. Compile the constraints, putting them on an enlarged IEA process chart for later use.

Time: 20 minutes.


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