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Monitoring in international development is widespread, but often ill-defined and has rarely been subject to intellectual inquiry. Transparency, adaptability, and data-driven decision making are increasing priorities for international development donors, implementers, and third-party monitoring firms. The management, technological, and political realities require and deserve collaborative scrutiny to improve the state of the field.

Please join us for a day of discussion to elevate the practice of monitoring and promote improved cohesion between the monitoring, evaluation, and learning in international development.

Speakers TBA
01:00 pm
Arrival and Check-in
01:30 pm
Welcome/Opening Remarks
01:40 pm
Keynote Address

 Ann Calvaresi Barr, Inspector General, USAID

02:10 pm
Discussion Panel: Frontiers in Data Collection and Management: Elevating the Discipline of Monitoring

Moderator: Lala Kasimova, MSI, A Tetra Tech Company

Kathryn Rzeszut, Integrity

Sonia Moldovan, Mercy Corps

Travis Mayo, USAID/PPL


03:20 pm
Coffee Break
03:35 pm
Presentation Panel: Building a Common Monitoring Toolbox

Moderator: Michelle Adams-Matson, MSI, A Tetra Tech Company

Hans Hoogeveen, World Bank

Tim Shifflett, MSI, A Tetra Tech Company

Sloan Mann, Development Transformations

Josh Mandell, IBM

05:00 pm
05:00 pm

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