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REAL Short Course in Resilience Measurement: Recurrent Monitoring Surveys

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REAL Short Course Session 4: Recurrent Monitoring Surveys

Join REAL for a webinar to learn about Recurrent Monitoring Surveys (RMS), the topic of the latest Guidance Note in the USAID Resilience Measurement Guidance Note series. The webinar will focus on the practical aspects of implementing an RMS and provide key lessons learned from three resilience-focused programs in Nepal, Ethiopia and Bangladesh. The Guidance Note series offers pragmatic “how to” guidance for practitioners to integrate core aspects of resilience measurement into their program assessments, design, monitoring, evaluation, and learning.

This webinar is the fourth session in the continuous REAL Short Course in Resilience Measurement, with previous sessions focusing on other aspects of resilience measurement described in Guidance Notes 1-5, such as risk and resilience assessments, measuring shocks and stresses, and planning for resilience M&E at the activity level. You can find recordings and presentations from Short Course Sessions 1-3 here.

We strongly recommend reading all the Guidance Notes before attending the webinar and encourage you to come prepared with questions and comments.

Moderator:

Lynn Michalopoulos, Resilience Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor, USAID Bureau for Food Security

Speakers:

Jill Scantlan, Regional Resilience Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) Advisor, South and East Asia, Mercy Corps

Tim Frankenberger, President, TANGO International


Photo Credit: E. Dalziel, Mercy Corps, 2018

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