Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation CoP

The MLE CoP group will focus on developing agreed upon tools and protocols whose use among different sweetpotato dissemination efforts will be encouraged. The MLE will facilitate experience sharing and training on using, testing and adopting innovative and appropriate monitoring systems. Read More
The Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning CoP aims to accord its members the opportunity to “get better together” through shared learning and sharing of tacit knowledge, which will in turn enable members to develop innovative solutions to M&E challenges. Read More


Retooling sweetpotato M&E staff to strengthen evidence base at the 2017 MLE CoP meeting


With the recent global recognition of CIP’s work in biofortification through the award of World Food Prize has come questions about the evidence of the success that informed the award.

Monitoring Learning and Evaluation Community of Practice seeks to harmonise data M&E collection and reporting through mobile data management tools


Armed with nothing but umbrellas and their mobile devices, a group of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) officers from different countries of the Sub-Saha...
Capacity building in the Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Community of Practice: What Participants have to say


Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Community of Practice (MLE CoP) started in 2015, with 16 members, drawn from five different organizations.

The Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Community of Practice holds annual meeting


MLE CoP participants pose for a group photographMembers of the Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Community of Practice (MLE CoP) held their second annua...
CSPro Software set to improve the efficiency of household survey research data in Sub-Saharan Africa


NAIROBI, KENYA, May 6, 2015 – A regional training on the Census and Survey Processing System (CSPro), taking place in Nairobi between May 4 and May 14, 2015 is expected to improve the efficiency of data collection and management by crop research institutions.



Follow us

About us

This site provides a venue for sweetpotato scientists, practitioners, and farmers to share, discuss, and generate new knowledge. Information is also available for the general public to learn more about sweetpotato. The goal is to build a vibrant community of practice, providing easy access to technical and scientific information concerning sweetpotato. Anyone who registers can contribute to the site. Together we will work to enhance nutrition and food security for millions of people.

Get started

The global meeting place for people interested in all things related to Sweetpotato. Share your research and experience, ask and answer questions, meet