Pamoja is organising an exciting advocacy evaluation training course, 'Results in Advocacy', which is designed to assist participants to better demonstrate results in advocacy. The course will be delivered in English and held in Central London at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) on the 22nd and 23rd May 2014.
‘Results in Advocacy’ has been designed specifically for development organisations, and already has an acclaimed portfolio of interna
tional alumni, including members of Save the Children, Oxfam, Action Aid, Sightsavers International, Plan International and Water Aid.
Over two days this new course takes participants on a journey through the advocacy evaluation landscape.
The course begins by highlighting the unique challenges faced in advocacy evaluation, supporting participants to understand which approaches, methods and tools will work best for their contexts. Learn how to get the best from theory of change processes in advocacy evaluation and learn the key steps in Process Tracing, a rigorous non-experimental advocacy impact assessment approach.
Find here a comprehensive overview of the training course.
Please see also www.pamoja.uk.com/training for more information, or alternatively contact Stephen Hunt at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions.
Information provided by Stephen Hunt, Pamoja