Outcome-Oriented Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning, 3-5 December, Nairobi

Expensive but there’s a sponsorship option…

Event page: https://www.outcomemapping.ca/events/nairobi2018/
Brochure: https://www.outcomemapping.ca/download/nairobi2018%20brochure%20full.pdf
Sponsorship form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe4vVGoy9vaK7Dnyrd2M6TV_y4DTBnR_LKBvePrYdLSjigQOA/viewform

For those looking into using OM or OH. It’s been shown to be a useful way to track meaningful results – in terms of changes in relationship, behaviour and policy. If you’re interested in learning more then here is a good opportunity…
Outcome-Oriented Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning
3-5 Dec, 2018, Nairobi, Kenya
A three-day learning and sharing event on using Outcome Mapping and Outcome Harvesting to support transformational change in a complex world.
The event offers a series of engaging workshops, networking and peer-learning opportunities designed to respond to the interests and needs of participants. Starting from the principles and practice of Outcome Mapping, participants will be introduced to the practical applications of outcome-oriented monitoring, evaluation and learning processes supporting development interventions in complex environments.
This event will be a rich introduction for people new to OM/OH and experienced practitioners will be able to refine and further develop their OM and OH knowledge and skills.
The event is organised by the Outcome Mapping Learning Community and co-hosted by CARE USA, with support from the CARE Nairobi Support Office. It is led by a team of world-class experts in Outcome Mapping: Steff Depez, Julius Nyangaga, Glowen Kyei-Mensah and Richard Smith.
Further details and registration: http://event.outcomemapping.ca
Kind regards,
Simon Hearn

Research Associate, ODI
Coordinator, Outcome Mapping Learning Community