A training workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation was held by NPC’s Mobilising University State Engagement for Reconciliation (MUSTER) project to enhance the participants' understanding of how monitoring and evaluation is conducted, supported by two specialists from GIZ who participated as resource persons.

Detailed sessions provided insights into the processes and methodologies used for monitoring and evaluation in the project, emphasising their importance in ensuring the effectiveness and efficiency of project implementation.

Other monitoring and evaluation officers at NPC also joined the workshop, fostering a collaborative learning environment and allowing participants to gain a broader perspective on monitoring and evaluation practices across different projects. Through this training, participants were able to obtain a clear understanding of the MUSTER project's operations. They also gained knowledge on the preparation and modification of project reports, an essential component for transparent and accountable project coordination.

The workshop enhanced the monitoring and evaluation capabilities of NPC’s project teams, contributing to the continuous improvement of project outcomes and the achievement of strategic goals.

The project will enable university students to do social research and link up universities and state institutions to promote a research-based collaborative approach to responding to issues of reconciliation and cohesion on the ground.

It will strengthen university students’ capacities to do research with mentoring by an academic so that a culture of applied research is encouraged within the university structure and facilitatee cooperation between state administration and academia to build support for collaborative engagement between the two entities for the collective good of the community.

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