We invite you to apply for a capacity development training on how to use evaluation to develop more effective advocacy campaigns!
The training approach will be highly participatory. Each participant will develop a tailored evaluation plan for their organization and will be prepared to provide their own colleagues and partners with a training on the advocacy evaluation toolkit.
The in-person training will be held in Amman, Jordan. CVT will cover the travel costs of activists who are selected to participate in the workshop, including flights, lodging, and meals.
The training also includes two pre-workshop virtual sessions and at least two follow-on virtual mentoring sessions to support implementation of the evaluation plan.
CVT will then select a number of participants and provide at least 6 months of ongoing virtual support to further develop and disseminate their evaluation learnings. This support includes weekly check-ins to provide review and feedback and monthly trainings on topics such as writing evaluation results for publication.
Please note: this initiative is funded by the US government.
How can I learn more about advocacy evaluation? A free toolkit is currently available on our website.
Who should apply? Staff of human rights organizations based in the MENA region who are interested in learning how to plan effective and ethical evaluations of their advocacy campaigns.
What is the selection criteria?
- Applicants must be available for 2 pre-workshop virtual sessions, all 4 days of the training, and at least 2 follow-up virtual mentoring sessions to support implementation.
- Applicants must work for a civil society organization that focuses on human rights issues and should be fully prepared to share back their learnings with their own organization.