In collaboration with

Social Terrain, with the help of Unum locally, will launch a series of workshops in Kyrgyzstan designed to increase international expertise on social enterprise and social impact analysis.

The format will be highly interactive, encouraging participants to work together in groups on real life cases. The idea is for the participants to bring in their projects and plans and to share them in a safe and supportive environment, to be advised and guided.

First workshop of a series on evaluation of social impact
Outcomes
Mastery of basic skills in Research and Evaluation on social impact.
Facilitators
2 experts; between them 50 years of cumulative experience in these fields.
Audience
You are a researcher seeking to become fluent in research methods, or an international aid manager or consultant who wants to build your evaluation approach on sound research and team design.
Learning outcomes
You will gain greater clarity of the purpose and objectives of research and evaluation, and of the principal challenges of doing this work. A better understanding about how to select your evaluation questions, and of the most relevant frameworks against which assistance should be evaluated. A practical approach to planning, designing, implementing and following through on evaluations and field research
Course Facilitators

Dr. Aijarkyn Kojobekova

Dr. Aijarkyn Kojobekova has worked mainly in Central Asia and participated in research projects organized by the Open Society Institute, UNDP, UN Women, IFES, Aigine Cultural Research Center, etc. Dr. Kojobekova was Postdoc Fellow in 2013 at the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology of the University of Tuebingen (Germany). She worked as an expert in the following research projects: “Gender in Society Perceptions Study” (UN Women), “Consequent effects of the Law about prohibition of LGBT propaganda” (Soros-Kyrgyzstan Foundation), etc. see more in the following link: linkedin.com/aijarkyn-kojobekova

Emery Brusset

Mr Brusset specialises in the evaluation of social development interventions, with a focus on complex environments – either fast moving, or conflictual. After a brief career in UN humanitarian missions in Iraq, Bosnia, Sudan and Rwanda, Mr Brusset became an independent evaluation consultant in 1994, working for Governments, the UN and NGOs, and progressively developing social assessments for the private sector (primarily oil and gas, mining, and consumer goods). He has participated in 82 evaluation assignments, has published on the subject in peer reviewed publications, and facilitated many training courses. see more in the following link: linkedin.com/emery-brusset

Venue

KG, Bishkek, Unum Centre
training@social-terrain.com
contact@unum.global
+996 707 770803

Refreshments and a light lunch will be provided during the day.

Course Fee
Participants Early Registration Rate (by June 30) Regular Registration Rate (by August 10)
Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Mongolia 11 900 KGS ($175) 15 300 KGS ($225)
From other countries $250 $500