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African experiences using video for monitoring & evaluation

Sarita Ranchod and Sonja Boezak reflecting on using video as monitoring and evaluation and documenting tool for HIV/AIDS organisations in Africa. Using audio visula tools is more effective than using written tools to document and track change. Hivos START project.

duration: 9 minutes

by: Sarita Ranchod and Sonja Boezak

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QA753KuGb9w

 

 

 

Using DV For Project Monitoring And Evaluation in Laos

Report of a training for a Lao organization on how to use MiniDV for their monitoring and evaluation purposes. This video documents that workshop through the words of those trained.

time: 5minutes

by: Rana Ghose

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldWl-Kl-noM

 

 

Using DV For Project Monitoring And Evaluation in Sri Lanka

Report of a training in Sri Lanka on how to use MiniDV for their Monitoring and Evaluation purposes. This piece illustrates the process and how those trained hope to use these new skills.

time: 5minutes

by: Rana Ghose

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZFteanvs8k

 

 

Sharing Knowledge And Building Capacity With DV: Phase 1

This piece documents the first time Rana Ghose trained people working with Jeevika SEWA is various places in Gujarat on how to shoot, edit, and share videos for their own information dissemination purposes. Those trained were a mix of project staff and women living in the rural communities Jeevika SEWA works in. By Rana Ghose.

time: 3 minutes 50 seconds

by: Rana Ghose

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxpufzQdJ0I

 

 

Sharing Knowledge And Building Capacity With DV: Phase 2

This piece documents the experience of the second group of women Rana Ghose trained with Jeevika SEWA (Self Employed Womens Association) in Gujarat, India. Jeevika SEWA was established after the 2001 earthquake that ravaged the state, as a means to support new livelihoods and assistance. The women in this piece work with Video SEWA, and talk here about what they thought about the training and what the experience meant to them.

time: 5 minutes

by: Rana Ghose

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJTly6Qe8hs

 

 

Digital Video As a Means For Sharing Experiences


This piece documents a training workshop Rana Ghose gave in Shillong, Meghalaya, India and, from the perspective of those trained, explains how MiniDV can be used as a tool for their own documentation efforts.

time: 4 minutes 21 seconds

by: Rana Ghose

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYVax-ufyls

 

 

Using ICTs To Monitor The Rollout of ARV Therapy


South Africa has the highest number of people affected with HIV, with about 5 million people in that country being HIV+. The only real applied treatment for HIV at this point is currently the use of antiretroviral therapies (ARVs) which allow those infected with HIV to live normal lives. This piece documents the efforts of various organizations in facilitating the use of PDAs, or Palm Pilots, in tracking those receiving ARV in the Free State.

time: 9minutes 11 seconds

by: Rana Ghose

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdTyjgFZ6HQ

 

 

Community Based Poverty Monitoring in the Philippines (1)

The process of Implementing policies and programs is hindered when an accurate depiction of what characterizes the most pressing needs is not available. Community Based Poverty Monitoring Systems (CBMS) presents a solution to this by generating data at the local level, to better inform policy makers in their decision making. Community members at the lowest level of governance, the barangay, collect and collate data and use it to best prioritize the funds they are allocated from the state to undertake development activities. This piece illustrates this process.

time: 8 minutes 50 seconds

by: Rana Ghose

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUtUC-zBre8

 

 

Community Based Poverty Monitoring in the Philippines (2)

The process of Implementing policies and programs is hindered when an accurate depiction of what characterizes the most pressing needs is not available. Community Based Poverty Monitoring Systems (CBMS) presents a solution to this by generating data at the local level, to better inform policy makers in their decision making. Community members at the lowest level of governance, the barangay, collect and collate data and use it to best prioritize the funds they are allocated from the state to undertake development activities. This piece illustrates this process.

time: 7 minutes 44 seconds

by: Rana Ghose

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zF9OjslMQ0A

 

 

PREVAL´s training workshop for facilitators

PREVAL is a IFAD funded programme to strengthen M&E capacities. It promotes  Innovative, image based, PME approaches. This movie reports on a  PREVAL´s training workshop for facilitators in monitoring and evaluation, developed in July 2008, Lima - Peru. 9.07

time: 9 minutes 7 seconds

by: PREVAL

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7cPzFpEd_4

 

 

Assessing the Quality of Project Frameworks:Monitorng (12/14)

Keith Leonard of ADB's Operations Evaluation Department gives a briefing on what to look for in assessing the quality of project frameworks. This video discusses the Monitoring Mechanisms element of project frameworks.

time: 4 minutes 10 seconds

by: Keith Leonard

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-515BIDYoRM