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MAY 8-10, 2019 – NAIROBI, KENYA

Social Terrain is inviting you to our next training on the evaluation of impact in fragile situations.

Particular emphasis will be given to harnessing new IT opportunities in data structuring, and modelling (no technical skills are required).

Learning Outcomes: You will gain greater clarity of how to analyse impact in development cooperation, peace-building and humanitarian action; and ways to overcome the challenges of doing this work. A better understanding about how to select your evaluation questions, and of the most relevant frameworks against which assistance should be evaluated. A practical approach to planning and following through on evaluations, including ethics and participatory approaches. You can bring your case study which will be prepared in collaboration with Emery prior to the workshop.

Workshop Targets

Outcome: Mastery of basic skills in Research and Evaluation on social impact.

Audience: You are seeking to become fluent in research methods, researcher, international aid manager, community relations manager for the private sector, or a consultant.

Facilitator: With 24 years of cumulative practical experience in the evaluation of impact for private and public sector clients, Emery will draw on a large EU research project conducted in the framework of the Phoenix network (

Course Information
8 to 10 May.

Nairobi, Kenya


Workshop Fees
Organisations (Government, UN, NGOs etc.): US $700
Individuals (Self-funded evaluators/ private consultants etc.): US $500
Students: US $400

Organisation Social-Terrain

Country: Kenya