Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) for WaSH:
An Online Distance Learning Program

The Water Institute at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, with support from The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation has developed a distance learning course on Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning. New Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Modules offer  flexibility and a more engaging learning experience. Students have access to dynamic modules on planning, evaluation design, sampling, data analysis, household and facilities surveys, and qualitative research methods that will improve the value and sustainability of their projects.

Register now for the WaSH MEL course, launching February 2017.

With WaSH MEL modules, you can:
• Complete modules at your own pace while continuing with your regular work schedule
• Build skills in global best practices while growing your professional network
• Interact with leading academics in WaSH
• Receive professional recognition through CEU credits for your enhanced expertise

View the course syllabus here.

 SessionContentLaunch DateRegistration Deadline
Intro and orientation to online MEL courseIntro to MEL course andonline learningJanuary 30, 2017Rolling Deadline**
Session 1Module 1: Introduction to MEL

Module 2: Basic Planning in M&E

Module 3: Evaluation Design
February 20, 2017February 15, 2017
Session 2Module 4: Approaches to Sampling

Module 5: Analysis of Data

Module 6: Sample Size Calculations
April 3, 2017March 29, 2017
 Session 3Module 7: Household Surveys

Module 8: Facilities Surveys

Module 9: Qualitative Research Methods
May 15, 2017May 10, 2017
*The introductory module is required of all participants

**Orientation module must be completed prior to 1st scheduled session. For example if Session 2 is your first session, the Orientation module must be completed prior to January 9, 2017.

Module cost per person:

 Less Developed Country*Developed Country*
/International Agency
1 Sessions$75$115
2 Sessions$130$210
3 Sessions$185$305
*Less Developed/Developed Country classification is defined according to the World Bank assessment, based upon the registrant’s current country of residence. Group rate discounts are available.

For additional information, please contact:

Shannan George
4114 McGavran-Greenberg
Campus Box #7431
135 Dauer Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7431