Introduction to Evidence-Based Project Design

What will this webinar cover? 

Using empirical evidence to inform project design can help practitioners in the refugee resettlement space maximize our projects’ benefits, while minimizing unintended harm. This webinar will cover how to use evidence to inform project design, in addition to some key M&E-related terms. Participants will also learn about two important logic models: theories of change and logframes.   


Is this webinar for me? 

This webinar is geared toward refugee service providers whose responsibilities include M&E, program design, proposal development, or program management—along with any staff who are generally interested in growing their understanding of M&E. 

Why should I participate? 

After participating in this 60-minute webinar, you will be able to:   

Define key terms related to M&E and project design 

Explain the importance of evidence-informed project design in the refugee resettlement space 

Determine how various types of evidence can inform project design decisions 

Distinguish between two logic models: theories of change and logframes 


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Mar 26 2024


12:30 pm - 1:30 pm


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