STATA TRAINING AT THE MONITORING LEARNING & EVALUATION COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE (MLE CoP) MEETING, NAIROBI – KENYA
February 12 - February 19
The MLE Community of Practice has, since its inaugural meeting in March 2015, made great strides at harmonizing the measurement of key indicators of progress in poverty, hunger and malnutrition. This culminated in the launch of the M&E Manual with harmonized tools and techniques for indicator data measurement during the January 2017 annual MLE CoP meeting. The Manual has 9 modules designed to measure, among others, yield and sales income, food security and dietary diversity. There have been many actual field applications of the modules in several countries since its launch.
The 2018 meeting will reflect on the experiences in applying these tools and techniques and provide members with opportunity to discuss successes and challenges encountered. But the central focus of the meeting will be to harmonize analysis of indicator and other M&E data. Thus, the MLE CoP and CIP M&E Unit will be conducting a 6-day Stata training course on February 13th-18th, 2018, preceded by a 1-day Community of Practice meeting on February 12, 2018. The course will cover both data/file organization and actual data analysis both at intermediate and advanced levels, and will be offered by an excellent and experienced Stata trainer, Margaret Beaver, from Michigan State University, USA. If interested in the training and/or MLE CoP meeting please contact Julius Okello (email@example.com) or Tassy Kariuki (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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