Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring and evaluation is an embedded concept and constitutive part of every project or program design, this tool includes collecting, storing, analyzing and transforming data into strategic information. Moreover, it can be used to make informed decisions for program management and improvement, policy formulation and advocacy. Monitoring and evaluation allows to learn from experiences, building on expertise and knowledge, which often generates reports that contribute to transparency and accountability, and allows for lessons to be shared more easily.

IFS help researcher and learner to maximize learning possibilities, for both, intra and extra organizational purposes. IFS provides courses on monitoring and evaluation (M&E) available for researchers, program managers, trainers, policy makers, students, and other public health professionals. These courses have been developed by global experts in order to provide state-of-the-art information on M&E topics. Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is essential for a well-performing project. Systematic monitoring and evaluating of these processes helps you to be accountable, learn and improve your projects/ programs, organization and networks.