MONITORING AND EVALUATION SECRETARIAT LAUNCHES PLATFORM FOR SELECTED PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS IN BONO REGION TO SHARE KNOWLEDGE ABOUT M&E
The Monitoring and Evaluation Secretariat has the mandate under the Public Sector Reform for Results Project (PSRRP) to build M&E capacity and improve M&E practice across public institutions. The peer learning exercise was launched by the Secretariat to provide a platform for selected public sector institutions to share knowledge and experiences about doing M&E and using what is learnt to improve M&E practice in their organizations.
The objectives of the session were for participants to:
- Share experiences in monitoring and evaluation practice.
- Learn from M&E practice experiences of other peers; and
- Convey what is learned to respective institutions for impact on M&E practice.
In line with this, the peer learning session focused on in-depth learning by providing opportunity for participants to develop hands-on knowledge and skills, share concrete experiences and learn practices which they can apply to solve M&E related problems in their respective organization.
The Peer Learning Session for the Bono Region was held at the Conference Room of Bono Regional Coordinating Council from 26th June to 4th July 2023.
Present at the session were Mr. Thomas Kusi-Boafo, CEO of the Public Sector Reforms Secretariat, Mr. Andrews Okumah Nawil, Chief Director, Bono RCC, Mr. Joseph Mensah, Regional Economic Development Planning Officer, James Ankomah, Ghana Education Service, Genevieve Kwarteng, Ghana Education Service, ASP Lucious Banga, Ghana Prisons Service, DSP Dennis Peasah, Ghana Prisons Service, Bright Ebedi, Regional Agric Department, Douglas Lebna, Regional Agric Department among others.
At the end of the session, the group outlined challenges and recommendation and suggestions to improve future similar peer learning events.