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Programme evaluations: where do you start to learn?

The Active Learning Network for accountability and performance in the Humanitarian Sector (ALNAP) is currently developing training modules on Evaluation of Humanitarian Action. The modules focus on:

  1. general introduction to humanitarian action evaluation
  2. how to evaluate humanitarian programmes and
  3. managing and supporting evaluations.

The materials will be piloted by training providers during the next few months.

They will then be accessible on the ALNAP website from April 2002. The development of the modules is part of a range of ALNAP activities to improve the effectiveness of the evaluation process in the humanitarian sector. Further details of ALNAP's activities can be found on www.alnap.org

The contact person for the training modules is Sara Swords at sara.swords@btclick.com. For more general inquiries about ALNAP activities contact Kate Robertson at k.robertson@odi.org.uk, or write to ALNAP, 111 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7JD.

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Programme evaluations: where do you start to learn?. Field Exchange 14, November 2001. p9. www.ennonline.net/fex/14/programme