As a pioneer and industry leader in Monitoring Evaluation and Learning, we at QED feel that it’s part of our duty to share knowledge, best practices and ideas on the subject with our stakeholders and peers.
Staying true to this endeavor, our team of Monitoring Evaluation & Learning specialists recently presented at the 31st annual American Evaluation Association (AEA) Conference. As part of the presentation, QED’s Senior M&E Specialist Ingrid Orvedal and Deputy Director of M&E Eric Benschoter conducted an engaging workshop to demonstrate the Most Significant Change data collection and analysis methods. The team showcased examples of how QED has used this method both for independent evaluation and for training QED staff in Iraq and Uganda.
Ami Henson, QED’s Senior Director of Programs, participated on a panel of USAID implementers managing Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) platforms. She highlighted the performance of the 55 MEL platforms recently assessed by USAID, including the challenges and benefits of these services contracts, based on feedback from USAID staff.
QED is proud to have been represented by such seasoned Program experts and thanks the AEA for the opportunity. We look forward to more such opportunities in the future to share our knowledge and insights with the community!