A banner hanged on the entrance of Mont-Sion-Center, where hold the workshop
A network of seven NGOs ---SOPROP, SAP, FEDICONGO, AVVDH, REMAK, UNM and ARAMA hold a 3 days-workshop, from 18th to 20th December 2013, at Bujumbura - Burundi.
The workshop, provided by IRCT- International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims ---aimed to acquire practical skills on “Project cycle and monitoring & evaluation workshop”.
The facilitator Canisius Nzayisenga, debated on those topics :
- Share our experience on Result Based Management
- Write a project proposal using a Logical Framework Approach (to be submitted to identified donors /Shared call for proposals)
- Establish indicators of efficiency, effectiveness and impact ;
- Set up systems to collect information relating to these indicators ;
- Collect and record the information ;
- Analyze the information ;
- Use the information to inform day-to-day management
"We gained many skills and they will help us to empower our local NGOs, especially in Monitoring and Evaluation", Emmanuel Buingo, on behalf of SOPROP DRC, one of the participants commented after workshop sessions.
The team of participants and Project Coordinator, Patrick Kanyangara, visited the medical center of S.A.P. G.L. Burundi called “Centre Medical Solidatite Plus” which provides medical referrals and treat torture victims.
Through the workshop, participants exchanged about mutual problems they face and introduced the plan of creating a “consortium” as a new channel/network to discuss and resolve them. But the idea was not realized.
Watch some footage of the workshop Session :
The first day ; meeting room facilitator Canisius Nzayisenga introducing “Project cycle and monitoring & evaluation workshop"
Ing. STAT, MBA, MPH Canisius NZAYISENGA, the facilitator
Participants taking notes and key-words on the workshop
Participants visited SOPROP Burundi
The whole team visited S.A.P. Medical center in Burundi ; it provides medical referrals and treat torture victims.
A group photo, after sessions