The Global Evaluation and Monitoring Network for Health (GEMNet-Health) is announcing an international workshop on “Impact Evaluation of Population, Health and Nutrition Programs” professionals. To know more about the GEMNet-Health click here

 

The workshop is sponsored by the School of Public Health and Applied Human Sciences, Kenyatta University The course will be held from July 20 – 31, 2020 in Nairobi Kenya.

 

Taught in English, the course is designed for mid-level health professionals, administrators, program managers, and other professionals involved in the implementation and evaluation of public health, population and nutrition programs.  The course provides intensive, hands-on training in quantitative research methods in evaluation with an emphasis on moving beyond basic concepts to explore important considerations of quantitative methods in the context of rigorous evaluation. This is an intermediate level course.

 

The total course fee is USD 2475 inclusive of the workshop tuition, accommodation, partial board (breakfast daily and lunch on days when the workshop is in session), and round- trip airport transfers.

 

The cost for the course (Tuition) only (excluding accommodation) is USD 1980.

 

Applications must be submitted to Kenyatta University by 31st May, 2020.   

 

Please find a brochure and application form attached. This announcement is not only intended to serve as a means of informing you of the availability of the program, but also to ask for referrals of applicants. We would appreciate your forwarding this announcement to potential applicants.

 

Workshop information and application forms can be obtained from: http://www.ku.ac.ke/impact https://www.gemnet-health.net/ or http://publichealth.ug.edu.gh/

Workshop

The workshop will provide intensive training in the concepts of program evaluation and in the designs and techniques for evaluating program impact. The main workshop objectives are:

  • To understand the basic concepts of program impact evaluation
  • To understand the basic concepts of program impact evaluation To define the impact evaluation questions and to examine the main issues to consider for answering those questions in a valid way To review the main evaluation designs and estimation methods used for evaluating program impact To develop criteria for choosing the appropriate estimation strategy given different scenarios of program characteristics and data availability
  • To define the impact evaluation questions and to examine the main issues to consider for answering those questions in a valid way
  • To review the main evaluation designs and estimation methods used for evaluating program impact
  • To develop criteria for choosing the appropriate estimation strategy given different scenarios of program characteristics and data availability
  • To interpret results appropriately and to examine the programmatic implications of results
  • To gain practical experience applying the estimation strategies and quantitative tools

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School of Public Health and Applied Human Sciences
Kenyatta University
Box 43844-00100 GPO
NAIROBI, KENYA
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