Call for participation at the training “Monitoring and evaluation”

Call for participation at the training “Monitoring and evaluation”

23rd -24th  December 2020 , Hotel „Budva“, Budva

Resource centre is organising training on the topic of Monitoring and evaluation. This training is intended for civil society organizations whose projects are supported through the CSF or other program of the European Union. Participants will acquire skills in designing, organizing and implementing the entire monitoring process within the project implementation. The training includes the design and preparation of a specific monitoring form, largely based on the ROM questionnaire applied by the European Union, the preparation of a strategic monitoring schedule, the engagement of experts to monitor visits and prepare reports, and the organization of detailed meetings to present results.

Civil society organizations that have or have had a project supported through the CSF program can apply to attend the training by delegating up to 2 representatives who are actively involved in the implementation of the projects.

The training will take place in the period 23rd -24th  December 2020 in Budva.

How to apply

Representatives of CSOs who want to apply for training need to fulfil application form and send it on e-mail address,  no later than December 21st  2020. 

For any additional information you can write us on or call (+382) 20 219 120, 219 121

This training represents activitiy of Resource centre for CSOs in Montenegro which is joint project of Centre for development of NGOs ( CRNVO) and our partners: NGO ˝Bonum˝ Pljevlja, NGO ˝Hope˝ Herceg Novi, ˝New Horizon˝ Ulcinj and ˝Democratic centre of Bijelo Polje˝. Overall goal of Resource centre are strengthened CSOs that actively contribute to the development of participative democracy in Montenegro. Specific goal of RC is to improve capacities of CSOs so they can be efficient, responsible and independent actors and contribute to creating conducive environment for development of civil society. This project is funded by European Union and co-funded by Ministry of public administration.