Discussion on Formulating an M & E Plan

Nay Pyi Taw, 26th September 2016

  Discussion on "Formulating an M & E Plan" was held at the Supreme Court of the Union from 26 to 27 September 2016 in collaboration with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). At the opening section, Daw Tin New Soe, Deputy Director General, the Office of the Supreme Court of the Union and Mr.Scott Ciment, Chief Technical Advisor of UNDP delivered the speeches respectively.

  The discussion was conducted to provide implementation of the objectives of Judiciary Strategic Plan and improvement of Annual Court Reporting. Ms.Kanolmas (Tun) Jaiyen Evaluation & RBM Specialist, made the discussion about formulating an M & E Plan including the topic of data collection, monitoring and evaluation of the judiciary strategic plan objectives and court reporting.

          

  Altogether 13 judicial officers from the Strategic Plan Implementation Committee and the Annual Court Reporting Team of the Supreme Court of the Union attend at the 2-day training.

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