The week-long Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Monitoring and Evaluation took place from 18-22 June 2018 at the University of Rwanda, Gikondo Campus Building 1R1. McGoldrick Fellow Mr. Muhammed Semakula (Cohort 1) led the organization effort. It was co-sponsored by
The Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health Department of Biostatistics
The University of Rwanda and the African Center of Excellence in Data Science
The Africa Academy for Public Health
The McGoldrick Professional Development Program in Public Health, operating under the aegis of HSPH and ARISE
The background of participants was quite heterogeneous, including analysts and managers from several different federal government organizations, from well-known NGOs & international organizations, and students from graduate programs at the University of Rwanda.
This workshop had four co-instructors, listed above. They each taught several sessions over the course of the week, as described in the workshop schedule below.
After completing the week-long workshop, participants anonymously completed an exit survey, rating the course on several metrics as well as providing freeform feedback.
86% said course met their expectations
100% said they would recommend the course for others to take
81% expressed interest in a longer offering of the course
Click below to see more photos from the UR/ACE-DS M&E Workshop.