Most Significant Change (MSC) Technique Training

Equal Access Nepal (EAN) has successfully conducted two days Most Significant Change (MSC) Technique Training for local partners of UNICEF/ADAP in Kathmandu, Achham, Bajura, Dhanusha and Saptari districts under the Saathi Sanga Manka Kura project.

The MSC training aimed to build understanding and capacitate the participants on using MSC methodology and technique to systematically collect success and change stories for monitoring and evaluation of projects. Total 122 participants (62 male, 58 female and 2 third gender) from organizations like Nepal Fertility Care Center, Restless Development, Nepal Red Cross, Saathi Samuha, Recovering Nepal, Nepal Scouts, Districts Women and Children Office, etc. have already participated in the training.

The training were held on the respective dates:

Kathmandu         January 18-19, 2016

Achham               January 25-26, 2016

Bajura                  January 28-29, 2016

Dhanusha            March 11-12, 2016

Saptari                 March 14-15, 2015

Two more trainings will be organized at Mugu and Humla districts in April 2016. EAN has been using MSC technique to collect stories for qualitative evaluations of its projects and activities since 2010. Equal Access Nepal/Saathi Sanga Manka Kura are leading organization and implementation of the training in the respective districts.