Mosaic workshops in Participatory Monitoring & Evaluation and Advance RBM, Theory of Change and Deliverology

Date of the event: 
15 July 2019

Dear CAIDP Colleagues,

Do you or your staff know how to organize a workshop so that every voice is heard and that address key evaluation topics in less than 3 hours?  Can you engage clients in a meaningful,  participatory process?  Do you know how to write the theory of change for your programme? How about developing qualitative indicators to measure change, empowerment and good governance?  Are you writing results-based reports or activity reports?

If you answered no or are unsure, it's time to update your skills and/or that of your staff in Evaluation and RBM by giving voice to your clients and to vulnerable populations.  Workshop participants learn practical tools and methods that decision-makers and practitioners can use to make their programme more responsive, evidence-based and participatory.  Join us this July!  Note, early bird prices still in effect this month only.


Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation with 2.5 day Community Practicum

Held at: University of Ottawa , Ottawa , Canada

July 15-20, 2019

There is increasing evidence showing that evaluation practices that are participatory and inclusive as possible lead to recommendations that have a better probability of being implemented and adopted. Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation (PM&E) involves a different approach to project monitoring and evaluation by involving local people, project stakeholders, and development agencies deciding together about how to measure results and what actions should follow once this information has been collected and analyzed. This popular and intensive six-day experiential workshop is practically focused with daily excursions into the community and a three-day community assignment with a community based organization. Topics covered at the workshop include Origins of PM&E, Skills and Attributes of a PM&E facilitator, Learning PM&E tools, Designing a monitoring and evaluation framework, Quantitative and Qualitative Indicators, Using Mixed-methods, How to triangulate your findings, Building Action Plans and much more. A three day community practicum with an Ottawa non-profit organization will enable you to actually practice the tools learned in the workshop in a real life setting. More information is available at our website at


Advanced RBM, Theory of Change & Deliverology Workshop

Held at: University of Ottawa , Ottawa , Canada

July 23-25, 2019

This intensive three-day Advanced RBM workshop takes you beyond the basics of Results-based Management and helps you to master RBM tools for your organization linking project level results to your programme and organizational mission and vision. You will learn how to bring to life your performance measurement framework by building appropriate M&E systems and developing your Theory of Change. You will grapple with analyzing data and how it should influence your Annual Work Plans. You will also learn about Deliverology and how to prepare results-based reports and roll-up data and your performance stories in a meaningful way. Case studies will be drawn from participant organizations in the workshop. Various clinics during the workshop enable you to bring your logic models, PMF and Annual Report for review and advice on how to make them more results-oriented.


Stakeholder Engagement in Planning, Needs Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation

February 2020 in Tepoztlan, Mexico

Experience has shown that participation improves the quality, effectiveness and sustainability of our actions (i.e. engagement, organizational change, leadership, building a common vision). By placing people at the centre, our actions have a much greater potential to empower and to lead to the ownership of initiatives. Giving the poor, local communities, and local government a central voice in development efforts that affect them is at the heart of participation. This 6 day workshop held in Tepoztlan, Mexico is based on a hands-on approach to participatory development that can be applied in the South, in both urban and rural community settings for undertaking planning, needs assessment, monitoring and evaluation of initiatives.

More information is available at our website at

Why not plan your summer vacation around the workshops.  Montreal is only 2 hours away; Niagara Falls and Toronto 4.5 hours and Quebec City 4 hours.  See


See you in July.  Francoise

Come, participate and celebrate in our 21st Year of organizing dynamic International Workshops:   

Our upcoming workshops in Canada:

  1. New! A joint Canadian/Mexican alliance:  Stakeholder Engagement in Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation in Mexico, February 11-16, 2019. 
  2. Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation with 2.5 day Community Practicum:  July 15-20, 2019, held at the University of Ottawa, Canada.
  3. Advanced RBM, Theory of Change and Deliverology Workshop, July 22-24, 2019 held at the University of Ottawa, Canada.

Registration includes 3 months of post-workshop online mentoring and coaching to facilitate the application of tools in the workplace.

Full details are available at our website at: . We look forward to your     participation!

Françoise Coupal
Founder International, Inc.

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