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Event: 'Monitoring And Evaluation Of Health Programs For Improved Decision Making'

Date:February 6 - 9, 2017 (Monday to Thursday)
Last date of registration: January 23, 2017

About the course
Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is the process by which data are collected and analysed in order to provide information to policy makers and others for use in program planning and project management. M&E is important because it helps program implementers make informed decisions regarding program operations and service delivery based on objective evidence. It also ensures the most effective and efficient use of resources, helps determine the success or failure of a program, and assists in meeting organizational requirements. M&E skills are crucial to the successful implementation, design, and tracking of program progress and output of various programs. This workshop offers intensive training that will cover the fundamental concepts and tools for monitoring and evaluation of various health programs.

Contents
Introduction to M&E
Overview of M&E plan
M&E frameworks
Indicators
Data demand and use
Data Sources and Data Quality
Program Evaluation
M&E tools like: PRISM, DQA, DDIU, LQAS etc.

Registration Fee
Indian National: 8000 INR per participant
International Participant: 16000 INR per participant

The registration fee includes course kit, lunch and snacks. Please note that the participants will have to bear their own travel, boarding and lodging expenses. However, the organizers will be able to provide a list of hotels or guesthouses nearby the institute upon request.

Key Resource Faculty
Dr Himanshu Negandhi, the key resource faculty, has been trained as a medical postgraduate in public health. He has experience of teaching public health to postgraduate medical students, paramedics and in-service public health professionals over his career. He has also been actively engaged in curriculum designing, teaching and training of public health courses. His areas of interests include Programme Evaluation, Systematic Reviews, Social Determinants of Health, Health Effect Measurements and Health service utilization. He is currently pursuing an active interest in evidence-based medicine and is exploring opportunities to link evidence-based medicine with health programs and policy.

Interested participants may email their completed registration form at trainings@iiphd.org and submit the fee by E-transfer OR by Demand Draft in favor of “Public Health Foundation of India” payable Delhi and dispatch to the address: Ms. Tanuja Bhandari, Indian Institute of Public Health, Delhi, Plot 47, Sector 44, Institutional Area, Near HUDA City Centre metro station, Gurgaon – 122002, Haryana. Bank details for E-transfer will be shared upon request. We do not accept cash.

Who should attend?
This workshop targets mid-level Health and Population Officers, National Program Managers, and other professionals like District Health Officials, Medical Officers, State Program Managers, Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinators/ Officers, Program Officers (National Health Programs), IT Officers/ Consultants, District Program Managers and Block Program Managers.

International participants are requested to submit the fee only by E-transfer.

Contact
Ms. Tanuja Bhandari
Sr. Programme Officer-Trainings
Email: trainings@iiphd.org
Ph: +91 124 2477900 (ext. 4110)
Website: www.phfi.org

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