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What’s Good Enough? Strategies for Data Collection and M&E in Conflict Zones

Photo credit: USAID. Resources, Skills and Capacities in Early Grade Reading in Afghanistan

Have you faced challenges in data collection efforts while evaluating activities in conflict or crisis zones? Do you wonder what the best research design is given the constraints you’re facing? Have you considered how to adapt findings for stakeholders with differing agendas?

Join us Tuesday, September 26th, 10-11am EDT in a conversation about navigating challenges in monitoring and evaluation (M&E) when working in crisis and conflict zones. This webcast is part of an ongoing series of events ECCN is hosting around relevant M&E strategies and practices when working with education programs in crisis and conflict settings (EiCC). The webcast will consider issues around assessment development and adaptation, enumerator recruitment and supervision, data collection, and funders’ measurement expectations in unstable environments. Panelists, featuring development practitioners from Chemonics, School-to-School International, Creative Associates, and USAID, will share lessons learned from reporting on a national EGRA (Afghanistan’s first) and other stories and lessons from crisis and conflict zones, including experiences shared by attendees. ECCN will also communicate updates on a new guidance tool for data quality considerations and indicator development efforts aimed at improving equity in EiCC programming.

More information about the webcast event and the presenters can be found here.  
 

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Did you miss our July 25 webcast on Adapting M&E Tools for Crisis and Conflict Settings? Access the recording and resources on our website.

Learn more about our Rapid Education and Risk Analysis (RERA) Toolkit, which helps implementing partners collect timely community inputs in conflict or crisis settings to inform program design and implementation. ECCN is offering an in-depth training on a revised version of the toolkit (RERA 2.0) this coming December.
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