Feed the Future
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New Indicators: Application of improved practices and technologies {Feed the Future MEL Webinar Series}

Event Date: 
Jun 13, 2018
Time: 
9:00 am to 10:00 am EDT
Online: 
Online Event
Host: 
Feed the Future

Information

The USAID Bureau for Food Security's Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Division invites you to the third installment in our Feed the Future MEL Webinar Series

New Indicators: Application of improved practices and technologies

In October 2017, a revised set of Feed the Future indicators was announced, in alignment with the Feed the Future results framework and the USG Global Food Security Strategy. In March 2018, Feed the Future's MEL Division published the updated Feed the Future Indicator Handbook, which contains definitions of each of these indicators, plus instructions for use. These indicators are intended for use beginning in the 2018-19 fiscal year.

At this webinar, we will highlight some important changes to three widely-used indicators (below), and go over some approaches to capturing and counting Feed the Future participants. We'll also have an interactive exercise to get you thinking about how to calculate these indicators!

  • EG.3.2-24 - Number of individuals in the agriculture system who have applied improved management practices or technologies with USG assistance
  • EG.3.2-25 - Number of hectares under improved management practices or technologies with USG assistance
  • EG.3.2-28 - Number of hectares under improved management practices or technologies that promote improved climate risk reduction and/or natural resources management with USG assistance

Please join us to discuss how to measure application of improved practices and technologies!

Featuring

Photo of Lesley Perlman
Presenter
Lesley
Perlman
M&E Specialist
USAID Bureau for Food Security
Photo of Anne Swindale
Presenter
Anne
Swindale
Senior Program Advisor M&E
USAID Bureau for Food Security
Photo of Julie
Facilitator
Julie
MacCartee
KM and Learning Specialist
USAID Bureau for Food Security

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