Seminar ESI Funds Monitoring and Evaluation


02.02.2023 - 03.02.2023
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Monitoring and Evaluation of ESI Funds

With the start of the new programming periods 2021-27, the ESI Funds Authorities are obliged to manage the recently adopted programmes and ensure that taxpayers' money are correctly spent. To achieve this, the authorities need to create a functioning management system, including monitoring and evaluation, and prepare for monitoring and evaluations based on indicators chosen at the beginning of the programming period. But how to set up a successful monitoring and evaluation system?

Event:Monitoring and Evaluation of ESI Funds for Better Results
Period:02.02.2023 - 03.02.2023
2 Days
Venue:Adina Apartment Hotel Berlin Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin, Germany
Price:
1389,– Standard Price
1089,– Early Bird till 16.12.2022
All Prices are in Euro and excluding VAT (19 %).

The seminar focuses on:

This seminar will provide you with the essential knowledge for setting up your monitoring and reporting system, as well as developing your evaluation plan. An interactive format will help you grasp the fundamentals of monitoring and evaluation, and at the same time, exchange knowledge with your colleagues.


  • Monitoring and evaluation of ESI Funds
  • How to set up a monitoring system
  • How to set up a reporting system
  • How to develop the evaluation plan
  • How to use the methodology paper of the performance framework in the future

Gain practical knowledge on the most relevant topics:

  • Fulfill the obligations in the implementation of ESI Funds 2021-2027
  • Set up your monitoring and reporting systems and develop your evaluation plan
  • Data collection
  • Gain certainty in monitoring and evaluating your programmes
  • Learn how to measure the impact of ESI Funds intervention

Don't miss this unique opportunity, join our experts, and get together with your peers across the European Union!


Who is this seminar for?

Directors, Heads of Units, Managers, Auditors and other experts dealing with the management, certification and control of all EU Funds, especially from:

  • Managing Authorities
  • Intermediate Bodies
  • Certifying Authorities
  • Audit Authorities
  • Beneficiaries of EU Funds
  • National and Investment Banks, Private Banks
  • Regional Development Agencies
  • National and Regional Courts of Auditors
  • Regional and Local Governments, Municipalities
  • Consulting Companies, Advisory and Audit Services

and other institutions and stakeholders dealing with the management and control of EU Funds

Our experts team from practice for this event:

Oana Cristea
Oana CristeaHead of Unit, Ministry of Development, Public Works and Administration , General Directorate for EU Territorial Cooperation, Romania
Christine Hamza
Christine HamzaExpert in Monitoring & Evaluation, M&E Factory, Vienna, Austria