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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)
• International Institute for Educational Planning Manual for Monitoring and Evaluating Education Partnerships. UNESCO 2009. (www.iiep.unesco.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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Output Group
M and E Nutrition Training and Practice, Progress
Output
2013 Nutrition Training Workshops
Type Weight Date Math Type Amount 1 Unit 1 Amount 2 Unit 2 Total Unit
Indicator 1: Q1 Actual Passing Nutrition Grades O121
demog1 1.000 04/01/2013 none 35.000 percent passing test 0.000 none 35.000 percent passing test
Description : This indicator measures ...
Indicator 2: Q2 Actual Passing Nutrition Grades O121
demog1 1.000 07/01/2013 none 50.000 percent passing test 0.000 none 50.000 percent passing test
Description : This indicator measures ...
Indicator 3: Q3 Actual Passing Nutrition Grades O121
demog1 1.000 10/01/2013 none 60.000 percent passing test 0.000 none 60.000 percent passing test
Description : This indicator measures ...
Indicator 4: Q4 Actual Passing Nutrition Grades O121
demog1 1.000 01/01/2014 none 75.000 percent passing test 0.000 none 75.000 percent passing test
Description : This indicator measures ...
Output Series: 2013 Nutrition Training Workshops
Type Weight Date Math Type Amount 1 Unit 1 Amount 2 Unit 2 Total Unit
Indicator 1: Q1 Actual Passing Nutrition Grades O121
demog1 1.000 04/01/2013 none 35.000 percent passing test 0.000 none 35.000 percent passing test
Description : This indicator measures ...
Indicator 2: Q2 Actual Passing Nutrition Grades O121
demog1 1.000 07/01/2013 none 50.000 percent passing test 0.000 none 50.000 percent passing test
Description : This indicator measures ...
Indicator 3: Q3 Actual Passing Nutrition Grades O121
demog1 1.000 10/01/2013 none 60.000 percent passing test 0.000 none 60.000 percent passing test
Description : This indicator measures ...
Indicator 4: Q4 Actual Passing Nutrition Grades O121
demog1 1.000 01/01/2014 none 75.000 percent passing test 0.000 none 75.000 percent passing test
Description : This indicator measures ...
This output measures the percent of the population who have learned enough about food nutrition to pass a food nutrition test.