Sub-Saharan Africa

Call for Expressions of Interest to participate in a Community of Learning on Monitoring and Evaluation of Reintegration of Children and Adolescents

Posted By: • June 4th, 2016

The RISE Learning Network is inviting all organisations to participate in a Learning Project on Monitoring and Evaluating Reintegration Projects for Children and Adolescents.

Following the dissemination of the RISE Monitoring and Evaluation of Reintegration Toolkit, the RISE Learning Network will be building and facilitating a community of learning as part of its learning project on M&E.

The purpose of the community of learning is to strengthen awareness and capacities of organisations on M&E of reintegration, to be able to monitor children’s and adolescents’ well-being and to inform organisational programming and policy making.

The RISE Learning Network will facilitate webinars, online training, sharing of resources on the RISE Learning Network’s website, as well as updating the Toolkit. Organisations taking part in the M&E learning project will lead in the identification of learning themes and training needs, and identify how the Toolkit can be strengthened.

To learn more about this project, please follow this link to the concept note.

Organizations that wish to apply need to complete this online application before June 30.

We look forward to receiving your applications!



Comments (3)

Rise monitoring and evaluation of reintegration Toolkit has facilitated Rescue Dada Centre to make changes in our our M&E toolkit. I will be sharing with you later the changes we have made.


Thank you, Mary. We are very interested in Rescue Dada Centre’s experience using aspects of the RISE M&E of Reintegration toolkit and look forward to opportunities for collaborative learning and information exchange with your organization.


We are a rehabilitation centre for Steet and exploited children in Lodwar, Turkana County, Kenya.
Most children we enroll have never been to school or drop from class 1 or 2.
We are very interested in new ways of teaching these children.


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