ANU Programs & Majors
Description of the Program
ANU Master of Arts Degree in Monitoring and Evaluation Program seeks to inculcate demand-driven skills into a community of practice, towards the implementation of social-economic development projects. The goal of the program is to promote Made in Africa evaluation practices anchored on sound value systems; through a Pan-African approach.
Objectives of the Program
• Promote a Kenyan culture of integrity, accountability, and responsibility in development projects.
• Scale up learners' qualifications in monitoring and evaluation skills within project-oriented job markets
• Strengthen and streamline institutional managerial and technical capacity to manage performance through automation of M&E systems within an established M&E unit.
• Demonstrate the role Monitoring and evaluation plays pertaining to development goals; SDGs, Kenya Vision 2030, Africa Vision 2063 and towards actualization of County action plans in a devolved context.
• Examine the competitiveness of monitoring and evaluation function in organizations; and contribute towards transforming development projects to effectively change lives by using ethical practices.
- Research Graduate Statistics
- Leadership, Ethics and Gocernance
- Project Management
- Graduate Research Methods
- Communications and Advocacy in M&E
- Gender emerging issues in Monitoring and Evaluation
- Systems Evaluation
- Entrepreneurship and Monitoring and Evaluation
- Population policies and sustainable development
- Principles of Conflict Resolution
- Project Financing in Monitoring and Evaluation
- M&E and Globolization
- Monitoring and Evaluations of Social Programs
- Public Private Partnerships
Project: Monitoring & Evaluation Project
2nd class Honours,Upper Division or GPA of 2.7 Or
2nd class Honours Lower Division or GPA of 2.5 with relevant work experience of at least 2 years.
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