"as another plug for the resources on MEASURE Eval, you can download all of the training PPTs, handouts and materials for their courses (from the initial link I posted), with a facilitator's guide and descriptive notes in the PPTs, so you or a…"
"HI LCD, MEASURE Evaluation has some great courses, online, downloadable and in person. They have one coming up in New Delhi. Here is the link to their site and resources: http://www.cpc.unc.edu/measure/training here are all of the training…"
"Generally a good list, though I agree with posters below that the tone is rather arrogant. Asking a prospective employer about the latest book they read would be pretty audacious!
Many of these strike me as general questions to seek answers to…"
Hi, not sure where to put this question... I'm interested in arranging M&E training for my team. Everyone has a reasonable foundation of M&E and ToC knowledge, so a foundation course wouldn't be appropriate -- looking for an intermediate or advanced level one or two week workshop. Location is flexible. Any ideas?See More
"Unfortunately there is very little else that focuses on modern TL - most of the literature covers '75-'99 and stops there.
For docos, Decade, the UN's 2009 film about 10 years of the UN in TL gives a rare overview of what has happened…"
"Yep, ETAN is definitely worth subscribing too. Heaps of news every day, and great analysis as well. The people on the ETAN mailing list know what they're talking about.
HRW have got quite a few reports etc that are good background knowledge:…"
I've just taken over a project based in Timor-Leste, and will be travelling there regularly. I need some context and background on the place. Can anyone suggest books, articles, documentaries, anything that will help give me more of a sense of the place and its recent history than the potted histories, poverty stats, and conflict analyses I'm finding in academic articles and program evaluations?See More
"Indeed. And those household name NGOs can be an effective intermediate layer -- one of my favourite projects was run by a big org that fed money and support into SLoNGOs that would never have been able to deal with the financial and reporting…"