Institute for Monitoring and Evaluation

Institute for Monitoring and Evaluation

The Institute for Monitoring and Evaluation was established in 2009 with the vision of improving the theory and practice of programme monitoring and evaluation in Africa.

The main activities of the IME are:

  • Showcasing academic research in monitoring and evaluation
  • Consulting to the private and public sectors on programme evaluation
  • Doing contract research and evaluations.

IME Associates: 

The IME is privileged to be able to draw on the expertise of several African and international experts in the evaluation field. For an overview of all IME associates in the faculty along with a bio of who they are, please click here

Training and Capacity Building:

Master's in Programme Evaluation

The Master’s in Programme Evaluation  is a specialised degree that provides students with comprehensive knowledge and skills of evaluation theory and practice. 

Programme Management: A Monitoring and Evaluation Approach

In this 8-week online short course participants learn to manage complex programmes, and discover the key monitoring and evaluation tools that help facilitate success. The course is offered in collaboration with our online learning partner, GetSmarter. 

Contact information: 

Associate Professor Sarah Chapman (Director)
Tel: 021 650 5218
Email: Sarah.Chapman@uct.ac.za 

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