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Through this online e-course of RBM for Inclusive Social Development, learners will have a better understanding of RBM principles to better design, implement, monitor and report on results within the public sector. Learners will learn the concepts in RBM, Equity, Inclusion and the SDG 2030. Additionally, learners will be able to relate how RBM for ISD approach can help governments achieve inclusive results in the public sector. This course is intended as a brief pre-face before the delivery of a facilitated RBM workshop be it face-to-face or blended (virtual and facilitated by resource persons).

Learning objectives

•Apply RBM principles to the design, implementation, monitoring, evaluation of interventions, projects, programmes and in reporting on results.
•Use available tools and approaches to strengthen results-oriented interventions to benefit all including children and the most vulnerable.
•Identify key actions needed to strengthen managing for results in their work.


Government employees at national or sub-national levels seeking a basic understanding of RBM and its applications to public sector.


11 modules - total learning time of 5 hours


Self-Pace learning


Module 1 - Introduction to Inclusive Social Development

Module 2 - Inclusion

Module 3.1 - Prioritization and Causality

Module 3.2 - Theory of Change

Module 3.3 - Results Framework & Measurement Framework

Module 4 - Aligning Results and Resources

Module 5 - Results-based Implementation

Module 6 - Measuring for Results

Module 7 - Reporting on Results

Module 8 - Evaluation

Contact details

For technical issues, please contact the Agora team -
For content queries, please contact:

Cairan O'Toole, Chief of Programme and Planning, a.i.,

Faizah Samat, Planning and Monitoring Specialist, ROSA 

Dovan Lawoti, Planning Officer, ROSA