Presentation on theme: "Basic Impact Evaluation Course Poverty Analysis Initiative (C102) Poverty Analysis Initiative (C102) World Bank Institute Attacking Poverty Program."— Presentation transcript:
Basic Impact Evaluation Course Poverty Analysis Initiative (C102) Poverty Analysis Initiative (C102) World Bank Institute Attacking Poverty Program
04/10/20152 Content Module 1:Introduction Module 2:Monitoring and Evaluation Definitions Module 3:Monitoring and Evaluation: Tools to Measure Progress Module 4:Evaluation: General Characteristics Module 5:Questions and Criteria for Evaluations Module 6:Evaluation Methods and Techniques Module 7:Evaluation: Quality and Standards Module 8:Stages in the Evaluation Process Module 9:Contribution of Program Evaluation to Poverty Reduction Module 10:Available Resources Module 11:Developing a Training Workshop for Evaluators Module 12:Evaluation of the Workshop
04/10/20154 Overview of the Module Opening remarks/introduction Introductions/expectations Individual test/questionnaire Workshop objectives Program and case studies Nature and values of the workshop Practical considerations
04/10/20156 Introduction of Participants First name and surname Organization Function / profession Project, program and evaluation experience Topics of interest in the workshop
04/10/20157 Individual Test/Questionnaire This questionnaire is designed for your personal use. The questionnaires will not be collected. Fill out the questionnaire. (5 min) Keep it. It will give you a more concrete sense of your progress at the end of the workshop.
04/10/20158 Purpose of the Workshop To contribute to the improvement of public programs’ efficiency, more specifically poverty reduction programs
04/10/20159 Overall Objective To prepare national partners for the design and implementation of quality evaluations in their countries and for the transfer of program evaluation principles and techniques
04/10/201510 Operational Objectives At the end of this workshop, participants: –Will have been made aware of the value of evaluations as well as of the contribution to development of current evaluation practices –Will know general program evaluation principles, the range of evaluation methods and techniques, as well as the process that must be followed and the conditions that must be met to ensure the quality of the results that are obtained –Will know the aspects that are specific to the evaluation of the impacts of poverty reduction programs –Will have practiced, individually and in groups, on specific cases, some aspects of program evaluation –Will know where to find methodological resources and information on evaluation –Will have thought about the role their institution can play in the transfer of evaluation practices, by providing training in particular
04/10/201511 From Objectives to Modules Make participants more aware of the value of evaluation and familiarize them with how it is being transferred Make participants understand: Overall principles, methods and techniques, processes, determinants of quality, and specifics of evaluation in the context of poverty reduction (provide opportunities for practice on specific examples) Indicate where to find additional resources in evaluation (methods, case studies, general information) Reflect together on the role each institution can play To prepare national partners for the design and implementation of quality evaluations in their countries and for the transfer of program evaluation principles and techniques
04/10/201512 Nature of the Workshop Adult training –An adult learns when he / she talks, acts and becomes involved We remember approximately : –10% of what we read –20% of what we hear –30% of what we see –50% of what we see and hear –80% of what we say –90% of what we put into practice *
04/10/201513 Nature of the Workshop Adult training –Refers to his/her experiences, shares them, takes a step back, thinks, achieves a deeper understanding and broadens his / her knowledge Workshop activities 1 – First-hand experience 3 - Generalization of the experience 4 - Application Adult learning cycle 2 - Reflection on the experience Sharing of experiences Methodological presentations Group discussions and reflection Practical Exercises
04/10/201514 General Format General notions Practical exercises on the concepts that need to be understood (short exercises in plenary sessions) Small group exercises on the use of several concepts Group study, with as much open discussion as possible, of a " poverty " case study Creative thinking (what role for my institution) Practical group exercise on design 50% methodological presentations 50% reflection, sharing of ideas and group exercises
04/10/201516 Values to be Shared During the Workshop Simplicity – we no longer have responsibilities or wear a specific hat What is discussed here will remain among us. The content of our discussions will not be reported. Everyone can express his/her views freely Openness, critical thinking, tolerance Everyone must participate actively in order to be both an actor and a beneficiary over these few days spent working together Focus on participants’ concrete concerns and experiences, remain down to earth
04/10/201517 Practical Considerations Schedules Rooms Breaks Lunches Format Questions?