The result is a new HonduInfo template that contains indicators on health, food security, education, housing, and employment. The training went one step further by customizing the HonduInfo database and by introducing the attendants to di Monitoring through a preliminary training. Di Monitoring will be used by the Ministry to track the social programs institutes by the Ministry of Social Development.
The 13 participants were very excited to learn of the new tool to be used in the Ministry especially since it will be able to support their National Monitoring and Evaluation Plan.
The training also benefited from the assistance of Martin De Paula, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer at UNICEF Argentina, who shared his experience with the use of DevInfo in Argentina.