Training on “Most Significant Change Technique”

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Date(s) - 01/09/2022 - 30/09/2022
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The Most Significant Change (MSC) technique is a qualitative and participatory form of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) based on the collection, systematic selection, and analysis of stories of reported changes from development activities. MSC helps to identify the significant aspects of the intervention and gives stakeholders heightened sensitivity to program participants.  MSC is not a stand-alone tool; it compliments traditional M&E methods to improve and ensure their value and appropriateness.

Course Outline and Dates

This course comprises a mix of on-line live sessions, and self study.

Session 1: 1-5 September, 4 hours self study

Session 2: 6-12 September, 2 hours Online session 9 September, plus 3 hours self study

Session 3: 13-19 September, 2 hours Online session 16 September, plus 3 hours self study

Session 4: 20-27 September, 3 hours Online session 23 September

Session 5: 27-30 September, 3 hours Online session 30 September

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