Monitoring, Evaluation Research & Learning (MERL) Workshop, Dhaka Bangladesh

Transforming data bricks into a project castle: how to use grassroots data to learn and adapt project operations

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This is a unique opportunity for local NGO professionals to discuss MERL and program implementation gaps within the local context, with experienced Bangladeshi MERL experts. You will leave with a better comprehension of the steps for progressive implementation of MERL.

June 24, 2023

10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Bishwa Shahitto Kendro, Dhaka

This one day workshop will cover

  • The purpose of MERL in the Project Cycle Management (PCM)
  • The difference between monitoring, evaluation, research, learning and adaptation
  • How to integrate MERL into the full project cycle
    • How MERL leads to learning and adaptation in projects
    • How to analyze, monitor and present data to the project team for making informed decisions for adaptation (starting from needs assessment, baseline, to all monitoring and evaluation data)
  • Case studies on MERL
  • Impact on program experiences on learning and adaptation

After attending this workshop, you will

  • Have better comprehension of MERL in the project cycle management (PCM)
  • Understand how to develop and apply the connections between data, learning and program adaptation
  • Contribute your organization’s capacity to effectively take ownership of data and monitoring of program

Registration Fee



(Please input your first name and “MERL”
in the Reference)

Materials, certificate and lunch included

Who will benefit from this workshop?

  • Local NGO staff needing to improve the application of MERL activities for their M&E and program management teams
  • Development workers facing challenges in effectively analyzing and learning from monitoring data, and applying these to make informed decisions in adapting project interventions
  • Participants should have at least one year experience in M&E and be able to understand and apply their own professional experience in data collection and monitoring, and in managing projects.