Impact Evaluation training, 20-23 March 2017, Hanoi – Vietnam

Impact Evaluation training, 20-23 March 2017, Hanoi – Vietnam

Why should you attend the course?

Contemporary development assistance places great emphasis on impact accountability. This means you need to be able to adequately predict the impact your project is going to have after completion.  Having a logical framework and impact indicators in place is not enough – projects and programmes need to be designed with impact in mind. This course will teach you what impact measurement methods are available, how to plan and budget for impact assessment and how to manage external consultants.

What will you get after the course?

  • Know how to select the right mix of methods for an impact evaluation design.
  • Be able to specify the information collection and analysis tasks.
  • Be able to analyse, present and defend robust impact evaluation findings.

Who should attend the course?

You commission, manage or carry out project monitoring and evaluations: Government officials, department heads and programme managers; Foundation and development funders; Policy makers and programme implementers; Development practitioners and activists; local and international NGO and CSO staff; Development graduate students.

Basic information

Dates: 20-23 March 2017
Location: Hanoi, Vietnam
Language: English
Course fee: EUR760 including lunch, tea breaks and training materials, excluding tax.
Discount: 10% discount for MDF alumni; 01 free seat for organisation sending 5 staff on the training

Logistics support from MDF

MDF offer the following supports to participants (on request and at participant's expense):

  • Visa advice
  • Airport pick up and hotel arrangement
  • Sightseeing recommendations (after the training). Some recommended tours in Vietnam can be found here