Mon 13th – Fri 17th Aug (5 days) | Johannesburg, South Africa
The science of impact evaluation is a rigorous field that requires thorough knowledge of the area of work, simple to complex study designs, as well as knowledge of advanced statistical methods for causal inference. Many programme funders and managers want to know whether their programmes have produced measurable impact. They want to be able to measure that impact and express it in numbers. The key focus of impact evaluation is attribution and causality – that the programme is indeed responsible for the observed changes reported. To achieve this, a major challenge is the possibility of selecting an “untouched” comparison group and using the appropriate statistical methods for inference.
This is an advance course and participants are expected to have some experience of with working with programmes and/or data analysis. The course will cover the following:
Lead Facilitator: Braimoh Bello. The Lead Facilitator is epidemiologist, biostatistician and international health consultant who is contracted to evaluate a number of programmes across the world. For example:
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Tel: +27 11 403 1411 / +27 72 509 1861