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Steps to Success: from writing your Scottish Government report to sharing and applying project learning

9—16 March 2021
Online and Location TBC
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Topics: monitoring, evaluation and learning, COVID-19, donor reporting

What the workshops covered:

  1. Understanding how to analyse project MEAL data and complete an annual donor report
  2. Be awaring of how to report on disaggregated project data
  3. Analysing different ways to share and use project learning
  4. Recognising good practice in international development MEAL
  5. Identifying solutions to commonly encountered MEAL problems

This workshop was designed for Scottish Government small grantees to get to grips with monitoring, evaluation and learning at the end of a project and detail what it means practically for your project.

About the trainer

Emily Balls is an independent consultant who specialises in monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning. She has worked on education, public health, agriculture and water and sanitation projects in East and West Africa, Asia and the UK. Her experience includes working on MEL for organisations like the British Red Cross, Fairtrade International and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Emily is based in Moray, Scotland and enjoys supporting charities to improve their monitoring, evaluation and learning systems, tools and strategies.

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