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  • William Sebunje is my name, i'm from UIganda ,

  • William Sebunje From Uganda

  • I'm happy to meet you here

  • Hi, I am Ritu Srivastava from India. I have been utilising digital expertise and the ICT industry in the development sector, notably digital technology, in order to promote the sustainable development of the social segments of poor communities. I have worked with both national and international organisations during my more than 16 years of experience in project management, IT operations & management, interpretation of data and visualization, developing monitoring & evaluation framework, managing qualitative and quantitative research studies, drafting policy briefs and advocacy documents, and managing small- and large-scale grants.

  • Good day. Dolly Hlatshwayo is here. Am from the kingdom of ESwatini, a headteacher in a Primary school.

  • Good day. Dolly Hlatshwayo is here. Am from the kingdom of ESwatini, a headteacher in a Primary school.

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  • I hope this programme will be of great benefit to me. I dont want to be left out. Pls kindly orient me in this M& E course

  • Hi, my name is Ray. I have been working in international development for over 20 years, but have only had passing experience with M&E. I'm looking forward to taking this course in order to get a more thorough grounding in the subject.

  • Hello everyone!
    This is Ahmed from Ethiopia Africa and I am happy to join you in learning Monitoring & Evaluation at this platform

  • Thank you so much for this. It is rather exiting as it is my passion to learn and actually be able to implement.

  • My name is Nour, and I'm a compliance and international grants officer at Palestine Polytechnic University. I worked as an educational project coordinator funded by World Bank projects. My work at the moment with various donors is to plan and deliver activities including, but not limited to, needs assessment, project planning, and implementation, in addition to monitoring and evaluation.
    I'm responsible for the design, coordination, and implementation of the monitoring and evaluation, research, and learning frameworks of the projects; I develop a systematic monitoring framework to improve the qualitative and quantitative evidence gathered by the projects; and I also provide technical assistance to the project directors and coordinators, particularly in relation to monitoring, evaluation, and reporting.
    I'm looking forward to taking this course in order to get more deeply into this subject.

  • My name is Hellen, am passionate and interested in learning more about monitoring and evaluation. Simply because I want to increase my knowledge, capacity and skills in the field of M and E

  • Hi @all,

    My name is Hilaire DUSHIME, most of my career I worked as an IT professional (software engineer, ICT expert, network engineer and event organizer).

    16 years in the field, I have always found it difficult in all areas to monitor and evaluate the success of the project!
    For me, it's a chance that I take this training, it's will help me to better plan and achieve my goals.

    Cheers,

    @kahil

  • Hi! My name is Sol. I am working with NGO/CSO in the Philippines since 2015 as a volunteer and full-time staff. From Information Networking to Training to Monitoring Evaluation Officer, I was able to view the different functions and roles of an organization. And I appreciate the importance of MEAL Officer in program and project building.

  • Hi, My name is Emmanuel Lucas Correia Maia. simply call Lucas. I am interested in this course because I have seen how important is Monitoring and Evaluation for the any project prior to startup. I have no expereince in doing M&E, however is have expereinced in Data collection /Ennumerator. Now, I want to learn more to enhance my skill and knowledge about the M&E.

  • I am Nor-khalil Ahmed Mohamed from Somalia, I am Public administrator expert with 7 years government experience, i have successfully completed fundamentals of project management in this university.

  • My name is Rose and from Kenya. I have an educational background in business administration and professional experience in education and research. I am taking this course to learn more about monitoring and evaluation. I am happy to learn with you all. Happy learning.

  • Hi everyone, My name is Saadat Abbas and I am from Pakistan. Currently working as a Regional Business Coordinator in SME Business Facilitation Center in Multan, Punjab, Pakistan. I am glad to see such platforms that are playing a vital role in Social Development. Thank You so much for offering free courses and hopefully interaction with this wonderful community will be an amazing experience.

  • MY Name is Emmanuel Dinnie, i am from Nigeria and i am excited to take this course, this course will give me a boost and help me in the job search.

  • Hi, I am Muse it's my pleasure to join here to upgrade my knowledge

  • Hi, my name is Esteban Parada. I work in the Association of Family and Corporate Foundations in Colombia, as the leader of strengthening and knowledge management. I am very glad to start this course and learned from my peers all around the world.

  • My name is Onasanya Emmanuel Oludayo, an M&E specialist from Nigeria.

  • I am Sabo Luka, a final year student of Environmental Health Science, Taraba State University, Jalingo, Taraba State, Nigeria. I am passionate about learning Monitoring and Evaluation to help me build my leadership capability which is key in discharging my duty in any area of life I find myself. Thank you

  • Hello, am David a student who is currently enrolled in Planning for monitoring and evaluation, at Philanthropy university. My main goal is to learn and acquire knowledge and skills in this field.

  • Well elaborated
    What one expect, targets, institution expectation and much guidelines in pursuing the course

  • Well elaborated
    What one expect, targets, institution expectation and much guidelines in pursuing the course

  • Self Learner and curious about MEAL

  • Unrealistic targets can lead to disappointment for the whole team. It is good to set ambitious but realistic targets which can be adjusted according to the available resources. Set targets by looking at reliable sources, collecting data or starting at zero. Historical trends can also help in setting realistic targets.

  • Unrealistic targets can lead to disappointment for the whole team. It is good to set ambitious but realistic targets which can be adjusted according to the available resources. Set targets by looking at reliable sources, collecting data or starting at zero. Historical trends can also help in setting realistic targets.Unrealistic targets can lead to disappointment for the whole team. It is good to set ambitious but realistic targets which can be adjusted according to the available resources. Set targets by looking at reliable sources, collecting data or starting at zero. Historical trends can also help in setting realistic targets.

  • Hello!

    I’m Bashira, currently an M&E intern. I enrolled in the course in a quest for more knowledge on monitoring and evaluation as I have no prior knowledge or experience in this field, I intend on pursuing this as a career and I hope to be the best I can be for my present and future organization(s). So, I hope to have a great time learning, sharing and exchanging knowledge with you all. Cheers!

  • Unrealistic targets are those that are impossible to achieve.

  • my name is Indras, I'm the Director of Digital Creative & Community Engagement at Galaktik Good and we run a project called Good Girl: Game On!.

    Good Girl: Game On! is a trusted hub for the critical support, information, and resources that Indonesian girls and non-binary young people need to develop to their fullest potential and slay — both dragons and at the game of life.

  • My name is Ezrani. I work for Galaktik Good, where we're working for a project called Good Girl: Game On!, a trusted hub for the critical support, information, and resources that Indonesian girls and non-binary young people need to develop to their fullest potential and slay — both dragons and at the game of life.

  • My name is Mellissa, I work for Galaktik Good and we run a project called Good Girl: Game On!
    Good Girl: Game On! is a trusted hub for the critical support, information, and resources that Indonesian girls and non-binary young people need to develop to their fullest potential and slay — both dragons and at the game of life.

  • Hi I'm Putri! I work for Galaktik Good. We run a project called Good Girl: Game On!. It is a trusted hub for the critical support, information, and resources that Indonesian girls and non-binary young people need to develop to their fullest potential and slay — both dragons and at the game of life.

  • My name is Muji and I work for Galaktik Good, we run a project called Good Girl: Game On! a trusted hub for the critical support, information, and resources that Indonesian girls and non-binary young people need to develop to their fullest potential and slay — both dragons and at the game of life.

  • My name is Mellissa, I work for Galaktik Good and we run a project called Good Girl: Game On!
    Good Girl: Game On! is a trusted hub for the critical support, information, and resources that Indonesian girls and non-binary young people need to develop to their fullest potential and slay — both dragons and at the game of life.

  • my name is Indras, I'm the Director of Digital Creative & Community Engagement at Galaktik Good and we run a project called Good Girl: Game On!.

    Good Girl: Game On! is a trusted hub for the critical support, information, and resources that Indonesian girls and non-binary young people need to develop to their fullest potential and slay — both dragons and at the game of life.

  • Hello, I am Keri, a Project Manager Keri from Jamaica

  • Hello, everyone! My name is Mukund, and I am delighted to have the opportunity to introduce myself to all of you today. I am currently doing master's program in development policy, planning and practice at Tata institute of Social Sciences, India, where I have been fortunate enough to gain valuable experiences and develop a strong desire for working in the social sector. I completed my bachelor's in Economics. These academic endeavors have provided me with a solid foundation to excel in my professional career.
    I have had the opportunity to work in the grassroot level in both rural and urban areas of my country checking the ground application of various policies and schemes to find the gap in the same. During the break, I am also interning at MS Swaminathan Research foundation India. These roles have enriched my professional journey. Through these experiences, I have developed a keen eye for policy analysis and research and consistently strived to deliver exceptional results.
    Apart from my professional pursuits, I am deeply passionate about sports, traveling and volunteering. I believe that nurturing our passions not only brings us joy but also enhances our overall well-being and creativity.
    Looking ahead, I am excited to establish a career in social sector. I believe in continuously challenging myself and striving for personal and professional growth. I am committed to embracing new opportunities, expanding my skill set, and making a positive impact in making the world a better place to live.

  • I am interested in learning more about monitoring and evaluation practices, tools followed to effectively implement the project. Eager to learn from other participants too.

  • I am interested in learning more about monitoring and evaluation practices, tools followed to effectively implement the project. Eager to learn from other participants too.

  • Hello!, i'm Boti from Ivory Coast. happy to be here and learn more about Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Hello, my name is Jacqueline Gonzales and I am a doctor of social work candidate. I am interested in working for the well-being and safe of children and families.

  • Hello Everyone, I hope to take the basics and learn, then hopefully advance.

  • My name is Simione Sorowale, I am from Fiji, an island country in the South Pacific. My work evolves around the implementation of capital projects in rural areas.

  • Hi! I’m Meagan, the English Language Resident at America House. I am originally from Detroit, Michigan but have been lucky enough to have lived all over the world!

    My BA is in International Studies and German from Northern Michigan University and MA in International Studies and Education from Concordia University in Irvine, California.
    For the last 12 years, I have been a high school teacher, ESL teacher, teacher trainer, director of studies, and English Language Fellow through the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the US Department of State.
    I have worked on offline programs in the US, Honduras, China, Australia, and Italy.
    My online experience has been working on international educational development projects in Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Algeria, the Philippines, and Ukraine.
    I want to become an expert in monitoring, evaluation, assessment, and learning to make sure the programs that I am facilitating are effective and sustainable.

  • Hi, my name is Manuel Puma Flores. I am manager in an international organization where I work the monitoring of KPIs and the dashboards of the results of our intervention. Thanks for the opportunity of studying this course.
    Best regards,

    Manuel Puma Flores

  • I am Esson Sunday Samuel, from Nigeria

  • Hello Everyone. My name is Hakima. I am happy to join the course.

  • Hi everyone! Excited to be part of this course and community! I am Aishee, working as a development professional in India over 5 years across domains of education, child rights and gender.

  • Hello everyone,
    My name is Medina Shakya and I reside in United States currently.
    I would like to describe myself as a compassionate human being who believes in helping others in however possible ways I can, It gives me joy and happiness and sense of fulfillment for my purpose of life.
    I have worked as an Project Coordinator for 5 years in my home country Nepal where I got opportunity to serve the poor village people to upgrade their life a little bit by usage of alternative energy fuel like cookstoves, biogas etc. instead of forest fuel for their daily lives which in term helped in improving their health and also preserving the environment from mitigating carbon generation.
    I am an environment science graduate with my expertise in Sustainable management.
    I hope to strengthen my capabilities with this course and look forward to networking with you all.
    Thank you and have a blessed life.

  • Hello, my name is Reuben Muriuki from Nairobi, Kenya

    I am a Project Management and planning graduate with over 7 years of experience working in the nonprofit sector. I have served with three different organizations within Kenya in various capacities, implementing different projects aimed at empowering the communities. I also have considerable experience in the field of Monitoring and Evaluation gained over the past four years that I served as M&E and Reporting Manager at WE Charity, an international organization that seeks to empower communities to lift themselves out of poverty.

    I am a dedicated individual seeking an opportunity to advance my expertise in the field of Monitoring & Evaluation. I commit to undertake this course with utmost dedication and be a committed team player during the period of study.

  • Hello Everyone. My name is Hakima. I am happy to join the course.

  • hi everyone this is Fadhilah :)

  • AM Diana Siyoombe eager to explore more about monitoring and Evaluation . I want to learn and get skills of carrying out monitoring and Evaluation .

  • My Name is Consolation. I am a Data Officer, I would like to improve my skills in Data Monitoring.

  • My name is ngenia mwangi, Health records officer in HIV faith based organization

  • Hi, My name is Janet. I'm excited to start this course.

  • My Name is Sandip Nawale, from Mumbai (India). I am an experienced, qualified MSW and CSR professional having 14 years of enriching experience in Corporate Social Responsibility, Project / Program Management, Budgeting / Forecasting, Fundraising, Community Development, Sustainable Societal Initiatives, Stakeholder Engagement, Watershed Management, Sustainability Reporting, Health and Safety, Fund Management and Man Management.
    Currently working with Yuva Mitra, an NGO and previously worked with Vestas Wind Technology India Pvt. Ltd. as a Sr. Executive CSR; I was entrusted with the responsibilities of developing and deploying CSR Strategy. Identifying key stakeholders and engaging with them to understand their perceptions and needs. I also worked with the BAIF Development Research Foundation in Pune and led the BILT CSR program.
    My current profile has been changed and the Monitoring and Evaluation of various rural development program responsibilities came to me.
    Hence I came across your platform to learn M&E.

    Looking forward to a great help,

    Thanking you
    Regards
    Sandip Nawale

  • Hello, am Nakitende Angella from Uganda. Am so glad to join you as i take on the journey to invest in myself. Am a youth involved in social development on the side of the ngo world and am currently working at MYDEL as a program coordinator. I am an ambitious person and I love reading. We shall discuss more as we embark on this journey.

  • Hello, am Nakitende Angella from Uganda. Am so glad to join you as i take on the journey to invest in myself. Am a youth involved in social development on the side of the ngo world and am currently working at MYDEL as a program coordinator. I am an ambitious person and I love reading. We shall discuss more as we embark on this journey.

  • Hi, i'm Salliey, I just started this course and so far it's going great, i wish us all the best as we fudge ahead on this course.

  • Hi, i'm Salliey, I just started this course and so far it's going great, i wish us all the best as we fudge ahead on this course. I have learnt the meaning of monitoring, evaluation, data and bias. currently learning how to create an M&E plan.

  • My name is Evans, and am taking this M&E course from Kenya. I am working in a humanitarian and development context and find M&E skills handy in a lot of ways. Hence, I decided to enroll in the course to learn and appreciate some of the work I am involved in better, definitely looking forward to productive discussions and sessions!

  • Just Starting the Course

  • Hi All my name is Peter Inseteip from Papua New Guinea currently taking this course

  • Hi everyone, i 'am juvin from republic democratic of congo, and i am so glad to take this course about M&E with you, and i hope that we will succeed in this journey

  • Hey there! Amban here :). I am taking this course to broaden my knowledge by learning and sharing. I cannot wait to see what everyone is working on, and I look forward to connecting with you all and growing in the process.

  • My name is Emmanuel Agbons Abraham. I work with the Non-Communicable Diseases Division of the Federal Ministry of Health, Nigeria.
    My job schedule involves conceptualizing, developing proposals, strategies, and projects for the control of tobacco, as well the prevention and control of cardiovascular diseases in Nigeria.
    I also develop annual workplans and budgets for the Cardiovascular Diseases and Tobacco Control Unit.
    I am married, and have 2 lovely kids

  • I'm somebody who is passionate and always pay attention to detail. Monitoring and evaluation has enable me to harness my inner ability and making use of data collected inorder to make viable decisions that have helped my corporation achieve its set goals and as such producing results. For example I was able to detect massive grabbing of our lands through Monitoring and reporting culprits to authorities. Swift actions were taken against them and serenity return to the environment

  • I'm Bai Kamara, a graduate of Economics and public Administration. I want to undertake this course because I know it will help me to understand why so many projects failed in my country. Most of what is written about our past governments is that of inadequate monitoring and evaluation

  • Hi, I am Syed Sada Hussain from Larkana, Sindh, Pakistan.

  • my mane is Immaculate Chawanda, i have 3 years experience in Monitoring and evaluation

  • David Djangmah Tawiah is my name, and I am from Ghana. I am an aspiring professional in project management; hence, my deliberate decision to participate and learn in this course. I hope to understand the basics of monitoring and evaluation and their application in project management for project success. Also, I would like to learn from and network with project management professionals and colleagues through knowledge sharing and discussions.

  • Hi I am Andre Perengue, from Mozambique, I have done several work in diferent organizations, such as World Health Organization, ADER and others. I am interrested in this course it looks exciting.

  • My name is Mareld, I have a bachelor's degree in project planning and management. In order to better monitor and evaluate the projects, I would like to master the points of monitoring and evaluation planning.
    Your input or advice will be useful to me.
    Thanks.

  • Hi everyone, my name is Faith Akabom and I'm super excited to be enrolled in Planning for Monitoring and Evaluation!

  • Hi class!
    I hope you are all doing well!
    I'm Jorge Ermelindo Paco, from Mozambique. I am currently taking a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, and during this course, I really got passionate about management skills, or how success is gotten from the best company, and I ended up thinking that M&E is part of how to get success in activity projects. However, I must find this course related to my passion and recognize the job opportunities it has in my country.

    Best Regards,
    Jorge Ermelindo Paco

  • My name is Josephine. A community development worker from Kenya with more than five years of experience in research. My passion for community service and bringing about change has speared my interest in Monitoring and evaluation to drive informed decision-making process as far as community problems are concerned

  • My name is Kevin Musinguzi, from Uganda.
    I am volunteering on a World Bank development project as an Assistant Monitoring and Evaluation Officer. I have run outreach programs for orphans through a small community group I founded while pursuing by undergraduate degree in Business Administration and Management.
    I am looking forward to learn more from this course.
    Thank you.

  • Hi everyone, I am Vishal, I work in the environment sector. Happy to join this course, would love to learn & share along the journey.

  • Hi. My name is Luigi and I am a junior professional working in M&E in a research-educational development NGO LGIHE in Uganda. I am passionate about research, monitoring and evaluation because I have always been interested in the bigger questions, such as what makes a project work, what is the theory behind a certain project and what lessons can we learn from projects that can help improve future ones. These questions surrounding the 'larger' questions of development projects and not just the nitty gritty of it all, pushed me towards M&E and encouraged me to take this course to improve my knowledge and upgrade some of my skills in this field. I look forward to it.

  • Hi all, I'm Huong Anh from Viet Nam. I work in development sector and would like to study further in project management. Monitoring and Evaluation is the core of project implementation and to measure the success of a project. I am more than eager to take up the course, which is considered my very first step on the way to become a project manager in the future. Very happy to join the forum and I hope that I can meet and learn a lot of valuable knowledge from the course and other leaners.

  • I am Andras Kaszap. I have 17 years of evaluation background, having participated in ~70 external evaluations. My experitse is mainly in the field of EU programme evaluations. I have specialisation in the field of theory-based evaluations.

  • Hi, I am Charles working with Alliances for Africa. The Monitoring and Evaluation Officer. It is nice to be here. Thank you all.

  • Golden C Musonda is my name. Iam Zambian and currently based in Lusaka and working as a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer. I have enrolled to take up this course as i believe this will enhance my competency in M&E.
    Thank you

  • MY NAME IS CHELA NAPANJE
    I WORK AS A PLANNER UNDER GOVERNMENT AGENCY
    I AM FROM AFRICA, LUSAKA ,ZAMBIA

  • I am interested to learn more in Planning for Monitoring and Evaluation so that i can be effective in my daily operations on the implementations of projects

  • Good day everyone, very best wishes. I have just rejoined the course on Planning for Monitoring and Evaluation. Hopefully, I will complete it this time. Remain blessed.

  • Hello,
    My name is Austine. It is nice to be here. I work as a research officer and I have for long had the desire to improve my Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning skill set, that is why I am here. I live and work in Nigeria.

  • Buenas tardes, My name is Venus Andino. I come from Puerto Rico, a beautiful island in the Caribbean. My passion for service led me to join Instituto Nueva Escuela. As a 501c3 non-profit organization, INE works to expand Montessori education in Puerto Rico by accompanying public schools in their transformation. Our organization trains and certifies guides (teachers) and assistants in Montessori pedagogy and provides leadership, support and technical assistance to public schools and sister communities. Our partnerships with foundations, the local government, and the private sector guarantee a high-quality Montessori public education. INE aims to strengthen community-based school governance while working with new schools that are being incorporated into the project.

  • Hello All,

    My name is Romesa William, I am a young trans activist from Pakistan and working for over 10 years in the HIV Prevention Sector. Currently serving as a monitoring and evaluation officer at Wasaib Sanwaro Multan Pakistan, a community-led organization implementing the UNDP - Global Fund HIV Grant for Pakistan as a Sub-Recipient. I am passionate about promoting adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and rights. I am excited to embark on a learning journey alongside course learners, aiming to gain essential knowledge and skills in the field of monitoring and evaluation for ensuring the success of any project or program.

  • My name is Daphine is an Expert in Social Financial Inclusion. I have a strong aptitude for note-taking and reporting, coupled with expertise in financial inclusion, loan monitoring, and evaluation. Proven ability to organize, analyze, and communicate complex information effectively. I am committed to driving positive change through accurate reporting, inclusive financial practices, and insightful evaluation methodologies. I possess a proven track record of successfully shaping and implementing partnership strategies, managing complex programs in diverse geographic locations, and driving impactful outcomes.

  • Thank you for accepting my application for this course. I am looking forward to learning more about Monitoring and evaluating and expanding my knowledge and skills in this area.

  • HI, I'm excited to learn more about M&E and how it can be used to improve programs and services in our organization

  • My name is Oluwatomisin Olatoye
    I am happy to be a part of this learning community.
    Looking forward to an opportunity to learn, unlearn and relearn.

  • Hello,
    My name is Aya Abou El Izz. I'm 25 years old. I am keen to undertake Planning for Monitoring and Evaluation course at Philanthropy University to fill in my academic gap in knowledge and skills in the contemporary trending functional areas of Health. I have graduated from MUBS University with a BS in Public Health in collaboration with the Cardiff Metropolitan University in Uk. My Public Health background has given me the drive to move my career to increasing awareness of disease prevention. After graduating I have worked in a Library as a Stationery Indoor Sales and Graphic Designer Supervisor at Maliks Qabrshmoun. That was a great experience for me. In this time I had a certificate in Adobe Illustrator from Middle East Academy , and a Digital Marketing Certificate from Lebanese
    Learning Center ( LLC). I have also worked as Research assistant/ project support to the country lead on 'Reducing Routine Vaccination Hesitancy among Hard to Reach Groups in Lebanon where it occurred in Sidon for a period of one-month. Now I am working at Promission Company as a social media specialist. One of the most valuable things I learned from my BS and work experience is a structured way of thinking that has enabled me to have greater clarity of the things I need to accomplish and respective priorities both in my academic and professional life.

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