kaysar kobir

Kaysar Kobir, a development professional in Bangladesh with ten years of experience in programme management, monitoring and evaluation, and data analysis. Currently working in WaterAid as Programme Officer, Monitoring and Evaluation. I have experienced working in both national and international development organizations as an M&E personnel and data analyst at different capacities.

I have a couple of Masters in Statistics and Business Administration, and a two-year long Higher Diploma in Software Engineering. Certified in different courses like SPSS, GIS, Web application and Android application development. The Ultimate Interest in SEO, SMM and Affiliate Marketing. Specialized in MIS as well as Monitoring and Evaluation Sector.

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NeuralText, the AI content writer, content optimizer, conversion rate optimization, keyword analyzer tool

I reviewed NeuralText over the Memorial Day weekend in my hometown, Portland. I like the product, although the product has not sold out yet.This AI is being called Neural Text by its creators. I'm guessing that it's a neural text analysis program similar to Google's Analyze. NeuralText claims to find natural keywords and natural content written with good structure and flow [...]

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Try Theory of changes today and use it to improve your organization’s strategic decisions

The theory of changes is also called Dialectic. Dialectic is a system of logic. The theory of changes is about how people go through the process of change.The theory of change is a communication tool that identifies the anticipated outcomes of your program. It should begin with your goal, describe how you will achieve that goal, and end with how you will measure progress. The t [...]

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Result Framework – The Best Way to Begin is by Focusing on What Matters – Your Goals

Result frameworks are a great way for organizations to measure their progress in achieving their objectives. They can help you track your own progress or measure success within other programs or organizations.The framework is usually divided into two parts: the inputs and the outputs. Inputs are the resources that are needed to get your project going, such as staff, money, and [...]

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Sampling in Monitoring and Evaluation

What is sampling?When assessing need to carry out development monitoring and evaluation, one of the most important decisions is how to select the sample to be used. In the most simple terms, a sample is a sample of something. In the context of development monitoring, a sample is a selected subset of the target population.The purpose of the sample is to provide information about [...]

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What is Monitoring and Evaluation?

Monitoring and evaluation, or M&E, has become a popular concept in global development, yet many people don’t know what it actually is. This is understandable since M&E is a broad term that encompasses many different activities and disciplines. At its most basic, M&E is the process of collecting, analyzing, and using information to improve development projects [...]

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Project Steps and Cycles (From PNGO Perspective)

Projects are never static. As they progress, they will go through a series of steps and cycles that will guide them to completion. These steps and cycles will vary depending on their purpose and the organization that designed them, but there are common factors that affect every project.The Five Project Steps offer their own unique perspective on the project steps and cycles, ex [...]

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Monitoring and Evaluation for Projects

Many organizations, both for-profit and non-profit, are increasingly being held accountable for results and outcomes. The idea of measuring outputs has become increasingly out of date; rather, the focus is on measuring the results of your programme.This means that monitoring and evaluation has become one of the most important aspects of any project, since it helps you decide wh [...]

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Basic Monitoring & Evaluation Concepts: relationship between monitoring and evaluation for projects

Monitoring and evaluation are two interrelated and complementary activities that ensure that a project is progressing according to its objectives and is achieving its expected results. In other words, the project monitoring is a process of evaluating the extent to which the project is implementing the planned activities, and it is providing reliable data upon which the project [...]

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Planning, Monitoring And Evaluation With MIS

The Power Of Measuring Results

If you do not measure results, you can not tell success from failure. If you can not see success, you can not reward it. If you can not reward success, you are probably rewarding failure. If you can not see success, you can not learn from it. If you can not recognize failure, you can not correct it. if you can demonstrate results, you can win public support.