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Global Fund News Flash
The Global Fund has developed several self-paced training modules on data quality and on monitoring and evaluation in global fund-supported programs. Three modules on M&E cover the following topics:
For those with no or little knowledge of monitoring and evaluation or as a refresher for others.
For those who want to know more about performance-based funding in the Global Fund and its application in the area of monitoring and evaluation.
For those who are involved in supporting the monitoring and evaluation of Global Fund-supported programs.
Completing each of the training modules takes about 3 hours.
Completion of the course takes around two hours. There are three modules: Data Quality at the Global Fund; Data Quality Strategy; and Data Quality Assessment Tools. The last module focuses especially on On-Site Data Verification and is particularly recommended for LFAs. A certificate is awarded on successful completion of a final course assessment.
Note: This course needs to be downloaded and run on a computer using Windows. Users at the Global Fund must download the files to the Temp directory on their OSDisk.
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