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#### References

• International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies Project/programme monitoring and evaluation (MandE) guide. 2011. (www.ifcr.org)
• US Government Accountability Office Applied Research and Methods. GAO Cost Estimating and Assessment Guide. Best Practices for Developing and Managing Capital Program Costs. March, 2009.
• United Nations Development Programme Handbook on Planning, Monitoring and Evaluating for Development Results. 2009

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Input Group
M and E Malnutrition Education Group
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2013 Nutrition Training Manual Development
Type Actual Total Actual Date Benchmark Total Benchmark Percent Partial Target Date Partial Target Total Partial Target Percent Full Target Total Full Target Percent
Monitoring and Evaluation Type: realtime
Labor, Q1 Target Training Development
I120 dollars
partialtarget 0.000 09/30/2014 0.000 0.000 06/12/2013 15000.000 0.000 30000.000 0.000
The Q1 partial target number of staff hours to spend on developing training materials for nutrition workshops is 750 hours and 75% finished.
Labor, Q2 Target Training Development
I120 dollars
partialtarget 0.000 09/30/2014 0.000 0.000 09/12/2013 15000.000 0.000 30000.000 0.000
The Q2 partial target number of staff hours to spend on developing training materials for nutrition workshops is 250 hours and 100% finished.
Input Series
2013 Nutrition Training Manual Development
Type Actual Total Actual Date Benchmark Total Benchmark Percent Partial Target Date Partial Target Total Partial Target Percent Full Target Total Full Target Percent
Labor, Q1 Target Training Development
I120 dollars
partialtarget 21700.000 06/10/2013 0.000 0.000 06/12/2013 24500.000 88.571 30000.000 72.333
The Q1 partial target number of staff hours to spend on developing training materials for nutrition workshops is 750 hours and 75% finished.
Labor, Q2 Target Training Development
I120 dollars
partialtarget 11050.000 09/10/2013 0.000 0.000 09/12/2013 8750.000 126.286 30000.000 36.833
The Q2 partial target number of staff hours to spend on developing training materials for nutrition workshops is 250 hours and 100% finished.
This food nutritional training manual explains food nutritional best practices. The indicators measure material, labor, and equipment needed to develop the manual. The input cost is based on \$35 hour average staff time.