Mission Impossible? Measuring outcomes and impact

An online course to help you monitor and evaluate programs to ensure significant impact

Professional development through the

University for Peace - an institution established by the

UN General Assembly

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MAY 16TH START

5-week online course

A certificate from the University for Peace, established by the UN General Assembly

ONLY 15 SPOTS AVAILABLE

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MAY 16TH START

5-week online course

A certificate from the

University for Peace,

established by the

UN General Assembly

ONLY 15 SPOTS AVAILABLE

Register now!

A reviewed logic model that will clearly define program goals and outcomes.

The ability to successfully monitor your program's impact.

An understanding of how to collect compelling data to make a case for investors.

Close communication with your course facilitator to gain crucial, personalized feedback.

Deep relationships with a tight-knit, international network of alumni.

A certificate from the Centre for Executive Education within the United Nations established University for Peace.

This course is designed with a flexible schedule to accommodate working professionals and includes personalized feedback from your instructor.

This course is designed with a flexible schedule to accommodate working professionals and includes personalized feedback from your instructor.

I want to know more!
I want to know more!

Flexible schedule and compelling content

With an average of 5-8 hours of work per week, this online course is made for your busy schedule. It includes videos, live webinars, articles, and forums for discussions.

week 01 Understanding how your program works

week 02 Writing SMART objectives and indicators

week 03 Program Monitoring: Are you reaching your target audience?

week 04 Data collection, analysis, and interpretation

week 05 Using data to make changes to your program and to communicate with stakeholders

We offer flexible payment plans should it be helpful. Get in touch!

The course cost is

$595

Enroll with a friend a receive a 10% discount!

The facts

The facts

92% of participants found the course inspiring

91% of participants would recommend this course to a friend

92.3% of participants love the online learning platform

100% of participants have returned to participate in another course

Meet the Facilitators!

Miguel Tello is the Executive Director of the Strachan Foundation, a family foundation that supports education and health projects throughout Central America. Miguel is also an Adjunct Professor for the International Institute for Restorative Practices, a graduate school in Pennsylvania. He is a certified executive coach through INCAE, a business school in Costa Rica, and a certified Forest Therapy Guide with the Association of Nature Forest Therapy Guides and Programs. He offers restorative practices training and consulting to a variety of NGOs, schools, churches and criminal justice professionals in Central America. He holds master’s degrees in public administration and international studies from the University of Washington in Seattle. Miguel is originally from Mexico. He currently lives in Costa Rica with his wife and two sons.

Jessica Hinshawreceived her Masters in Public Health (specializing in Global Health) from Vanderbilt University and is a current doctoral student in the Human and Organizational Learning program at the George Washington University. Jessica has worked professionally as a Monitoring, Evaluation and Global Health Education specialist in Nicaragua and the United States, focusing on community-based organizations and community-based participatory research. She is currently the co-chair of the Community-Based Primary Health Care working group of the American Public Health Association.

Miguel Tello is the Executive Director of the Strachan Foundation, a family foundation that supports education and health projects throughout Central America. Miguel is also an Adjunct Professor for the International Institute for Restorative Practices, a graduate school in Pennsylvania. He is a certified executive coach through INCAE, a business school in Costa Rica, and a certified Forest Therapy Guide with the Association of Nature Forest Therapy Guides and Programs. He offers restorative practices training and consulting to a variety of NGOs, schools, churches and criminal justice professionals in Central America. He holds master’s degrees in public administration and international studies from the University of Washington in Seattle. Miguel is originally from Mexico. He currently lives in Costa Rica with his wife and two sons.

Jessica Hinshawreceived her Masters in Public Health (specializing in Global Health) from Vanderbilt University and is a current doctoral student in the Human and Organizational Learning program at the George Washington University. Jessica has worked professionally as a Monitoring, Evaluation and Global Health Education specialist in Nicaragua and the United States, focusing on community-based organizations and community-based participatory research. She is currently the co-chair of the Community-Based Primary Health Care working group of the American Public Health Association.

The University for Peace, an institution established by the UN General Assembly

The world looks to the United Nations for solutions to complex problems everywhere; from ending conflict and alleviating poverty, to combating climate change and defending human rights. As a UN-established institution, the University for Peace works tirelessly to contribute to world peace and progress. Our professional development programs give you the skills to have positive impact on this world, contributing directly to this mission.

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