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Monitoring and Evaluation

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on 22 January 2014

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Transcript of Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring
&
Evaluation
What is Monitoring?
Regular, systematic observation process
On-going data collection on the basis of pre-defined impact indicators
Inputs
Resources dedicated to or consumed by the program
Activities
What the program does with the inputs to achieve its objectives
Outputs
The direct products of program activities
Outcomes/Impacts
Net effects for the target groups during and after the program
Monitoring
What is Evaluation?
Assess the value, degree, and pattern of change that can be associated with an intervention through information obtained by Monitoring.
Evaluating what?
Relevance
Was the project a good idea given the situation needing improvement?

Does it deal with target group priorities?

Why or why not?
Effectiveness
Have the planned purposed and component objectives, outputs and activities been achieved?

Why or why not? Is the intervention logic correct? Why or why not?
Efficiency
Were inputs (resources and time) used in the best way possible to achieve outcomes? Why or why not?

What could we do differently to improve implementation, at an acceptable and sustainable cost?

Impact
To what extent has the project contributed toward its long-term goals? Why or why not?

What unanticipated positive or negative consequences did the project have? Why did they arise?
Sustainability
Will there be continued positive impacts as a result of the project once it has finished?
The M&E process
Formulation of hypotheses
Formulation of indicator sets
Choosing data-collection methods
Data consolidation & analysis
What makes a good indicator?
What makes a good indicator?
Simple
Relevant
Practical
Ethical
M&E in microcredit
Multiple levels of impact
Microbusiness level
Individual level
Household level
Community
Multiple areas of impact
Economic
Social
Socio-political
M&E in microcredit
Impact survey
Client exit survey
Use of loans, profits and savings over time
Client satisfaction
Client empowerment
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