On October 18-20, a three-day workshop to improve South Asian community advocates’ organizational skills on monitoring and evaluation (M&E) was conducted by APCOM in Bangkok. Thirty potential/incumbent M&E staffs from nine community organisations from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Pakistan and Nepal under Multi-Country South Asia Global Fund HIV Programme (MSA) initiative attended the workshop. The objectives of the workshop were to:
- increase the participants’ knowledge and understanding on the Global Fund’s Progress Update/Disbursement Request (PUDR) and its supporting processes
- increase the participants’ understanding of theory of change and monitoring and evaluation planning
- provide the participants with the competencies to able to apply concepts of monitoring and evaluation, including frameworks and components of M&E, selecting indicators and collection, how to measure advocacy, communications and social mobilization, and use information for M&E for learning and decision-making.
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