Bringing Your TPP Program’s Learning Agenda to Life Webinar

1.00 hr
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Monitoring and Evaluation Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program
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This interactive session focused on how Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) grantees can effectively use learning agendas to facilitate learning and decision making within their project. Dr. Rajeev Colaço highlighted the purpose of learning agendas, anticipated outcomes, and their relationship to monitoring and evaluation. He shared tips for refining and using learning agendas to strengthen programs and inform the broader knowledge base for TPP programs. During the session, we shared general themes from TPP grantee learning agendas, including common learning questions, evidence-building techniques, and strategies for communicating lessons learned. Participants had the opportunity to share their own experiences through facilitated small group discussions.

This webinar was intended for staff responsible for designing and/or implementing TPP program learning agendas. Participants were approved after registering through Zoom.

Speaker(s): Rajeev Colaço, MD, DrPH, Director, MERLA (Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, Learning, & Adapting), Global Health Division, International Development Group | RTI International

Learning Objectives:

By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand the process and outcomes of using a learning agenda
  2. List at least three essential components to effectively incorporate a learning agenda into a project
  3. Identify how TPP grantees can incorporate learning agenda findings into their project

Time: 1 hour

Certificate of Completion: Yes - available after completing the evaluation at the end of the recording