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                   Nuts and Bolts of Monitoring and Evaluation

Program Evaluation workshop

Community-based organizations interested in developing effective program evaluation skills will learn monitoring and evaluation concepts to demonstrate the impact of their program in the community, find out what worked—and fix what didn't,  make a case for support, or identify components of a program that need to be changed or eliminated.

During the workshop you will:
      •   Describe programs from an evaluator’s perspective

      •   Gain knowledge and skills for developing a program logic model
      •   Understand the different types of evaluations
      •   Practice using qualitative methods for evaluations


Thank you for your interest in Nuts and Bolts of Monitoring and Evaluation. We are currently at capacity for this workshop. Please subscribe to our newsletter to learn about upcoming opportunities and events with the UHI.


If you have any questions, please contact Natalie Wiggins at nwiggins@jhu.edu or
call 410-502-6155.

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