Myanmar - Programme Evaluation of MEGST shows that 83% of Alumni are in ministry
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Myanmar - Programme Evaluation of MEGST shows that 83% of Alumni are in ministry

06-Sep-2016

During 2016, Phase 1 of the Programme Evaluation Project (PEP) of MEGST (Myanmar Evangelical Graduate School of Theology), LeaDev-Langham’s Partner School in Yangon, gathered data and perceptions regarding the effectiveness of their programmes.

Research included identifying and measuring the impact that Alumni, between the years of 1998 and 2015, have had in their churches, Christian organisations and within the communities they serve.

LeaDev-Langham’s volunteer worked alongside MEGST staff to achieve Phase 1 research, and the initial findings were shared at the MEGST 20th Anniversary Celebrations held in June 2016. Findings and recommendations were also given to the MEGST Executive Committee for consideration regarding next steps and improvements for MEGST. Read the Summary of PEP's findings and the implications for MEGST:

Summary of PEP of MEGST September 2016 Summary of PEP of MEGST September 2016 (311 KB)


Results showed that 83% of Alumni are in ministries which emphasize pastoring, Bible colleges, and youth, women and children.  Click on this infographic to view some more of the findings.




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