Training and Capacity Building

Stratek - Strengthening Institutional Capacity

Strengthening Institutional Capacity

This project was developed to provide trainings to increase the statistical analysis capacity of Ministry of Labor and Social Security in Turkey. This training included data collection, data analysis, data manipulation and data modeling methods with usage of SPSS.

The overall aim of the training was to increase the statistical capacity of the decision makers within the abovementioned institution, to make sure that reforms meet the requirements.

Monitoring and Evaluation of Active Labour Market Policies

Monitoring and Evaluation of Active Labour Market Policies

UDA Consulting provided M&E expert to WYG Consulting for the project of ‘Improving the Quality of Public Employment Services’. Within the scope of project, the M&E expert supported project team in development of ALMP monitoring and evaluation system.The services include, proving assistance to detailed review of existing programmes and contributions to the establishment & the refinement of a model for ALMP Evaluation which was reviewed by working groups.

Statistics Training to National Staff of UNODC-Afghanistan

Statistics Training to UNODC Staff

Training towards increasing the statistical analysis capacity of the UNODC Country Office in Afghanistan and Ministry of Counter Narcotics. This training included survey methodology, data collection, data analysis, data manipulation and data modeling methods with usage of SPSS.

The overall aim of the training was to contribute to implementation of illicit crop monitoring surveys of Afghanistan, which are conducted by UNODC- Kabul and MCN jointly.

Statistics Training to Tajikistan DCA

Statistics Training to Tajikistan Drug Control Agency

UDA Consulting was contracted by UNODC- Kazakhistan to provide a statistics training for the experts of the Tajikistan Drug Control Agency Office. During 18-21 May 2013 in Ankara, statistical knowledge of participants improved and case studies were applied. MS Excel and IBM SPSS Statistics were used for statistical analysis.