Project Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation
Project assessment, monitoring, and evaluation are crucial parts of any humanitarian technology or sustainable development project and must be taken into account from the beginning of the project.
At the end of this module you will be able to appreciate the importance of well-planned assessment, and why project assessment is important for the success of your project; implement monitoring & evaluation (M&E) best practices at all stages of the project; set clear goals and strategy for M&E; develop relevant and useful indicators and take baseline measurements; and identify data sources and collection procedures to obtain relevant, credible information, including information from community stakeholders
This is the sixth module of the Humanitarian Technology and Sustainable Development at IEEE curriculum. We recommend you complete the first five courses in the curriculum before beginning in order to build upon the foundation of information.
IEEE Humanitarian Activities Committee (HAC)
The IEEE Humanitarian Activities Committee (HAC) provides a suite of resources that inspire and enable IEEE volunteers around the world to carry out and/or support impactful humanitarian technology and sustainable development activities at the local level.
HAC focuses on raising awareness of how technically trained people can contribute, providing training for engagement in humanitarian technology and sustainable development activities, supporting and evaluating projects, and cultivating relationships and leveraging opportunities, so that IEEE can become a leader in the global sustainable development community. The committee reports to the IEEE Board of Directors. HAC.ieee.org
IEEE Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology (SIGHT)
IEEE SIGHT is a global network of IEEE volunteers partnering with under-served communities & local organizations to leverage technology for sustainable development. SIGHT.ieee.org
Audience: Volunteers who are interested in learning about sustainable development and applying their technical skills by getting involved in humanitarian and sustainable development projects.
Publication Year: 2020