Previous M&E workshops have included:
- Quantitative data analysis for routine monitoring data and survey data
- Calculating the minimum adequate diet (joint with Nutrition)
- Tools for qualitative monitoring and analysis
- Preparing for midterm review
- M&E Plan Development
- Theory of Change
- Emergency Measurement
If your Food for Peace-funded project is interested in a customized workshop, please contact our M&E lead, Edith Mutalya.
The M&E Task Force aims to improve the effectiveness of M&E of food security and nutrition programs through identifying and disseminating successful methods, tools, and practices; improving M&E skills of implementing agencies at headquarters and in the field; and ensuring that the priorities of implementing agencies are reflected in donor guidance. The Task Force supports innovation and fosters collaboration among the broad community of stakeholders engaged in food security programming.
To learn more, visit the task force homepage on the FSN Network.