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Nuts and Bolts of Monitoring and Evaluation

Program Evaluation workshop

This Workshop is at capacity.

Questions? Please contact Natalie Wiggins via email or call 410-502-6155.

Join the UHI for a capacity-building workshop led by Kristin Mmari, Dr. PH, MA, associate professor in the Department of Population, Family, and Reproductive Health in the Bloomberg School of Public Health. This workshop is designed for community-based organizations interested in developing effective program evaluation skills and is highly participatory.

Successful organizations evaluate their programs so they can demonstrate what workedand fix what didn't. A well-designed evaluation allows organizations to demonstrate the impact of their program in the community, make a case for support, or identify components of a program that need to be changed or eliminated. Participants in the workshop will:
      •   Learn how to understand monitoring and evaluation concepts

      •   Describe programs by using 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

WHEN: Wednesday, December 20, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
COST: $10. Payment is due in advance of the workshop.

About Kristin Mmari

Kristin Mmari, Dr. PH, MA is an associate professor in the Department of Population, Family, and Reproductive Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. With a degree in medical anthropology and a doctorate in international health, Dr. Kristin Mmari has been extensively trained in cross-cultural research, qualitative methods and analysis, and program evaluation. For over twenty years, Dr. Mmari has designed and implemented a wide variety of program evaluations: from longitudinal impact evaluations to implementation and process evaluation studies in both domestic and international settings. Dr. Mmari has also been teaching the “Fundamentals of Program Evaluation” course for the Bloomberg School of Public Health for over seven years. 

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