Interested in learning more about, or mastering, cutting-edge qualitative M&E methodologies? You can build up your knowledge of PhotoVoice, Most Significant Change, Outcome Harvesting and Digital Story Telling through attending one of our regularly scheduled workshops.
We can also custom design trainings specifically tailored to your organizations’ needs – delivered at ResultsinHealth, or at your or your partner organization’s offices. We can even structure qualitative M&E trainings for staff and participants as part of an evaluation ResultsinHealth conducts for your organization!
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In participatory M&E, primary stakeholders – individuals or groups targeted for assistance – are active participants, and evaluation outcomes reflect their perspectives and aspirations. ResultsinHealth works to ensure that the M&E process itself is empowering for all stakeholders. Learning about these techniques gives your organization important tools to capture results and outcomes, both expected and unexpected, without the need for implementing costly quantitative surveys.
Participatory M&E capabilities are especially important for organizations needing to evaluate complex programming, including projects that have multiple streams of activities, or are focused on improving rights or increasing inclusivity or gender equality. Techniques such as PhotoVoice and Digital Story Telling provide visual evidence of change, which can be important for advocacy campaigns, donor reporting, fundraising, and general marketing.
We know that adults are self-paced, enter the trainings with prior knowledge and life experience, and learn by doing. Our trainings cover each of the participatory M&E methodologies step by step, and demonstrate, through examples and exercises, how to apply the methodology for research or evaluations.
Our trainings are valuable for a wide variety of professionals including NGO staff, independent M&E experts, consultants, researchers, and educators. Our visual participatory M&E methodologies such as PhotoVoice would also interest community workers and campaigners, photographers, visual artists and marketing specialists. Anyone looking for new and creative ways to gain insight into people’s lived experiences and concerns would gain useful knowledge and techniques from ResultsinHealth’s trainings.
Technical Assistance and Coaching: In addition to short-term trainings, we specialize in providing ongoing training, coaching and technical assistance for organizations and projects in M&E systems and procedures.
RiH can develop a customized capacity building programs based on your organization’s specific M&E needs. Typically, our customized trainings involve a series of trainings and workshops, on the job M&E support, and intensive mentoring.
Nur is the leader of the Impact Team at ResultsinHealth with responsibilities in the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) portfolio. She has expertise in various public health M&E methods, in particular, in qualitative and participatory methods. Nur has used MSC in research and M&E in many projects in Asia Pacific, Europe and Africa. She has extensive experience in facilitating MSC training courses, implementing MSC as part of M&E, and training project staff.
Nadia's aspiration is to create collaborative spaces for others to engage, think and work together. As a facilitator and process coach for online and in-person workshops, she brings creativity into learning settings to boost collaboration and shared learning. Specialized in organizational learning, knowledge sharing...
...and capacity building in the context of development cooperation, adult learning and social change initiatives, Nadia has worked with the Swiss government, NGOs, foundations and training institutions in Switzerland, The Netherlands, Spain, Africa and Asia. With a Masters in Pedagogics and degrees in Evaluation and Development Studies, over the last 30 years, Nadia has designed and facilitated multiple learning processes and supported network-based collaboration in face-to-face settings and virtually. She has co-organized facilitation trainings with various partners (ResultsinHealth, the Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation, Creative Facilitation, Liberating Structures, and the Art of Hosting).
In 2016 Nadia set up Learning Moments to inspire and motivate people to be curious and explore new ways of working and thinking. She has focused her work on building facilitative capacities within teams, organizations and networks in online and in-person collaborations. She accompanies the design process of learning events, leads facilitation trainings online and in person and supports networks through self-assessment and guided coaching.
Karijn is a certiﬁed Photovoice trainer and documentary photographer/ﬁlmmaker. As a Photovoice trainer, Karijn developed the Photovoice program for Rutgers International and co-authored the accompanying manual. She has used Photovoice in projects in Malawi, Ghana, Nicaragua and the Netherlands.
In 2016, she implemented Point of View, the successful photovoice-based project used to promote refugee integration into local Dutch communities.
As a photographer, she won the BMW Paris Photo prize in 2009 and 3rd prize in the category for foreign documentaries at the Zilveren Camera in 2007. Her work has been published and exhibited internationally.
Karijn has collaborated with ResultsinHealth since 2017, organizing training and serving as a trainer and evaluator for specific projects. Our projects with her include, Evaluation of UNiTED's Empowering People with Disability project and an end evaluation of the La League program in Nicaragua.
Ewen's work exists in order to equip people with process literacy, that is language, tools and skills that helps them connect their wholesome energies, competencies and interests to tackle current and future challenges to our human societies and planet. Ewen works actively on building this process literacy through coaching, training, management and facilitation of various collaborative initiatives. His original expertise lies in knowledge management and communication, and he has extensive experience working in Africa, Latin America and in various domains such as agriculture, health, WASH, gender studies, genetics and more.
Participants in ResultsinHealth training come from countries all over the world, working for (inter)national governmental and non-governmental organisations, consultancy firms and social enterprises. Below is some testimonial from the training participants:
“The training with ResultinHealth was great. It's very professional, engaging, fun and practical. I joined the 3 trainings in Jakarta: Outcomes Harvesting, Most Significant Change and Photovoice. All the sessions executed very good combined between theories, case studies, simulations and discussion. Would love to recommend everyone to join RIH classes.”
“I attended the photovoice training, provided by Karijn Kakebeeke (organized by ResultsinHealth) in 2016. This was a great experience. I think that photovoice is a great methodology to elicit the unique perspective of the research participants, especially in low resource settings. The training was very informative, we learned a lot about the background of photovoice, but also got a lot of practice. I really recommend this training to everyone who want to expand his/her (research) toolbox with this participatory qualitative approach.”
"As a nurse working only in low- and middle-income countries in oncology care (a seriously biomedical and quantitatively heavy discipline), I relished the opportunity to learn new qualitative monitoring and evaluation (M&E) techniques to discover unexpected positive outcomes as well as give voice to the recipients and stakeholders in cancer care.
I have shared what I learned with colleagues across the world who are frustrated by traditional M&E results that show little progress, despite consensus that there have been significant changes. ResultsinHealth classes always have diverse students who are thoughtful professionals and the instructors are well-prepared with course teaching and staying on time, which means students are not short-changed. I heartily endorse ResultsinHealth courses for M&E qualitative-curious researchers and health professionals."