From 30th July to 3rd August 2018, the first batch of CERHI Staff attended a workshop organized by the Association of African Universities (AAU) in Collaboration with the African Evaluation Association (AfrEA) on Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning.
This took place at AAU, East Legon, Accra- Ghana
The 5 day introduction to Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) was targeted at individuals who are new to the field of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning and those who wish to formalize their existing understanding which had been developed through work based experience.
The main aim of the MEL series was to help Higher Education Institutions and other organizations establish Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning systems in order to ensure quality control of their programmes, projects, governance and administrative systems.
Miss Vivian Onoh (Programs Manager), Dr. Fidelis Okafor and Dr. Esohe Ogboghodo (M&E Officer) at the AAU Workshop in Accra- Ghana
The workshop was also intended to help institutions establish MEL systems that would facilitate the collection and documentation of outputs and outcomes of projects and programmes, and also help in the collection, storage, analysis of data and support decision making for program management, improvement, policy formulation, and advocacy.
Six ACEs from Nigeria and Ghana were at the workshop and CERHI was represented by Miss Vivian Onoh (Program Manager), Dr. Esohe Ogboghodo (M&E Officer) and Dr. Fidelis Okafor (PhD student, Nursing department).