Survey implementation

The Monitoring and Evaluation webinar series “Survey Design and Implementation” is a series of three live sessions addressed to M&E professionals working in the social sector. These webinars comprise a course which will help you get a comprehensive understanding of all the steps involved in survey design such as developing questionnaires and ethical considerations and in survey implementation such as designing tools and methods for data collection, monitoring and analyzing results. The third session will bring in real life examples from organizations who have been developing surveys using ActivityInfo.

The series is addressed to entry/intermediate level professionals and it is highly recommended that you join or watch the recordings of all webinars in their consecutive order so as to benefit from the complete course.

About this session

This is the second session which will introduce you to survey impementation basic considerations both for the preparation and the implementation phase. We will look into sector-specific surveys and cross-cutting surveys.

In summary, we will explore:

Preparing to implement M&E surveys:

  • Resourcing and logistics
  • Training enumerators and data collectors

Implementing M&E surveys:

  • Data collection methods and tools design
  • Ensuring data quality and reliability
  • Data quality enforcement (examples with ActivityInfo)
  • Validation (examples with ActivityInfo)

Additional topics:

  • Ethical considerations in survey implementation
  • Monitoring results
  • Analysis of results (examples with ActivityInfo)

Is this Webinar series for me?

  • Are you working in projects or programs in which you are called to develop, monitor and analyze surveys?
  • Are you looking for guidance on good practices for survey design and implementation?
  • Do you wish to ask questions about these topics?

Then, join our webinar!

List of sessions

Survey Design and Implementation series:

  1. Survey design for quantitative data collection
  2. Survey implementation (May 23rd)
  3. Real life examples for survey design and implementation (June 27th)

About the Speaker

Victoria Manya has a diverse background and extensive expertise in data-driven impact, project evaluation, and organizational learning. She holds a Master's degree in local development strategies from Erasmus University in the Netherlands and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at the African Studies Center at Leiden University. With over ten years of experience, Victoria has collaborated with NGOs, law firms, SaaS companies, tech-enabled startups, higher institutions, and governments across three continents, specializing in research, policy, strategy, knowledge valorization, evaluation, customer education, and learning for development. Her previous roles as a knowledge valorization manager at the INCLUDE platform and as an Organizational Learning Advisor at Sthrive B.V. involved delivering high- quality M&E reports, trainings, ensuring practical knowledge management, and moderating learning platforms, respectively. Today, as a Customer Education Specialist at ActivityInfo, Victoria leverages her experience and understanding of data leverage to assist customers in successfully deploying ActivityInfo.


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