Capacity Building & Training
MEASURE Evaluation works globally to strengthen the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) skills of individuals and organizations and build their capacity to identify data needs, collect and analyze technically sound data, and use that data to improve program planning and decision making, thus improving health systems and health status.
MEASURE Evaluation offers regional workshops in Asia, Africa and Latin America to strengthen the M&E skills of local program professionals.
MEASURE Evaluation works with three institutional training partners to design and implement M&E concentrations or tracks in their master's degree programs.
MEASURE Evaluation has established partnerships with selected universities and training and research centers in developing countries to offer high-quality training in M&E skills, tools, and innovations.
Training materials used in MEASURE Evaluation M&E workshops are available here for trainers to adapt and use. Sets of materials are mostly in English, but some are in Portuguese, Spanish and French.
MEASURE Evaluation maintains a comprehensive database of individuals who have received training through MEASURE Evaluation's regional workshops and/or masters' programs. See what former trainees have said about these workshops and programs:
The Virtual Leadership Development Program (VLDP) strengthens the leadership capacity of health teams to produce organizational results. VLDP uses a blended-learning approach that combines on-site team meetings with individual work done online.
The Virtual Strategic Planning Program (VSPP) provides an opportunity for teams from health organizations to understand the importance of strategic thinking and planning and prepare a strategic plan. VSPP is a six module Internet-based learning program.
MEASURE Evaluation provides several online courses free-of-charge to build the M&E capacity of researchers, program managers, trainers, policy makers, students, and other public health professionals.