NEEP will be hosting a learning center at the Micronutrient Forum 2016 in Cancún, Mexico, titled “Contributions of CSOs in generating evidence for nutrition-specific and nutrition-sensitive interventions: What it takes to conduct an impact evaluation in local settings, challenges, and lessons learned.”
Date: 26 October 2016
Venue: Tulum 1 & 2
The primary objective of this session is to share the challenges of designing and implementing nutrition impact evaluations conducted by CSOs, going beyond the theoretical concepts to learn from the real life case studies.
The secondary objectives of this session are:
- To provide a broad overview to the participants on what it takes to conduct a nutrition impact evaluation.
- To hold an in-depth discussion on the key elements of nutrition impact evaluations.
- To build participants’ capacity on how to design a nutrition impact evaluation if they are not a research institution.
- To learn about the opportunities and challenges of conducting cost-effectiveness analyses of evaluations.
|Welcome and introductions
Nutrition Evaluation Bingo
|12:00 – 12:10||Monica Kothari|
|NEEP impact evaluation study summaries||12:10 – 12:35||Monica Kothari|
|Observations from the ground||12:35 – 1:00||NEEP grantees:|
|Impact Evaluation Jeopardy||1:00 – 1:15|
|Open Discussion / Q&A||1:15 – 2:00|
We hope you can join us for this exciting session! Please contact Brianna Musselman (email@example.com) with any questions.