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  • September 2016: Monitoring and measuring evidence uptake and use, presented by 3ie
  • September 2016: Verifying the next big idea: replication’s role in development policymaking, presented by 3ie
  • October 2015: Innovations in M&E, presented by Prof Patricia Rogers
  • 2013: Theory of change and theory of action, presented by Prof Patricia Rogers
  • June 2011: Effective communication and stakeholder engagement, presented by ODI
  • August 2010: HIV and logic models
  • October 2009: Impact Pathways methodology, presented by Dr Sophie Alvarez 2008: Impact evaluations, presented by Prof Howard White
  • July 2009: Mixed methods in evaluation, presented by Prof Jennifer Greene
  • March 2009: Realist evaluation and realist synthesis, presented by Prof Patricia Rogers March 2009: The MSC technique, presented by Dr Jess Dart
  • March 2009: Building a results-based M&E framework, presented by World Bank

Attendance at a three week professional development course (mini MBA course) held at the Maryland Women in Information Technology Centre at the University of Maryland and Baltimore County (UMBC), Baltimore, USA. The course included training on:

  • Marketing and Communications
  • Operations
  • Financial Management
  • Negotiation
  • Human Resources
  • Positioning statements
  • Business models
  • Intellectual property
  • Start-up capital and finance.

Papers and Presentation