Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for Peacebuilding




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Join Our Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation Mentorship Program!

We are pleased to announce the launch Coaching for Peace, a mentorship program designed to provide guidance on nagivate the daily challenges of designing, monitoring, and evaluating programs for peace. Please apply as a mentor, mentee, or both!

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Common Problems in Survey Design

The status-quo around survey design needs to change. Better surveys enable better data analysis, which improve our ability to answer key questions about our work. Ruben Grangaard of the United States Institute of Peace delves into common problems of survey design, and discusses why each issue is important. 

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Local Ownership in Evaluation: Who, When, and How

What does it mean to take a local ownership approach to evaluation? What does it take to put this approach into practice? Who should be involved and when? Click here to view the recording and join the discussion!

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The Accidental Evaluator: Learning M&E by doing in Rwanda

Our most recent feature in the DME for Peace East African Evaluators Profile Series. Highlighting Celestin Nsengiyumva of Rwanda, this profile digs into what peacebuilding M&E can do in Rwanda, and how storytelling is a powerful tool for gathering data. 

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