Wits University

The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, also known as Wits University is a leading, internationally-ranked, research-intensive University located in Johannesburg, South Africa, the economic heartland of Africa. Committed to academic and research excellence, Wits generates high level scarce skills for a globally competitive world, while addressing local social and economic development. At the forefront of a changing society, Wits is a social leader, dedicated to advancing the public good.
Wits is known for its work in deep level mining, science, health sciences, accountancy, law, governance, and the humanities, amongst others. It houses five Faculties which comprise 34 Schools. The five Faculties are Commerce, Law and Management; Engineering and the Built Environment; Health Sciences, Humanities and Science.
The University offers approximately 3 600 courses to about 30 800 full-time students, of whom about a third are postgraduate and 55% are female. Almost 65% of all doctoral candidates and about half of all enrollments are in the Science, Engineering and Technology fields. Wits has developed about 130 000 graduates in its 92 years of existence. It has a proud record in that about 87% of all publications are in accredited international journals.
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Results-Based Project Management: Monitoring and Evaluation (edX)

May 6th 2019
Results-Based Project Management: Monitoring and Evaluation (edX)
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Learn how to design and implement results-based, public sector programs that optimize the use of resources. In this project management course, you will learn the basics of results-based management, including the use of the results framework and its associated performance indicators. You will learn how the use of monitoring [...]
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Theory of Change for Development (edX)

Learn to use a Theory of Change approach to better understand your development program's impact and improve your results. Does monitoring and evaluation seem too technical? Are you grappling with logframes and indicators that don’t adequately tell the story of your program? A Theory of Change (ToC) approach can [...]
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