Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||UNFPA Viet Nam.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||125 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||125|
|LC Control Number||2009332626|
Program Manager’s Planning Monitoring & Evaluation Toolkit The toolkit is a supplement to the UNFPA programming guidelines. It provides guidance and options for UNFPA Country Office staff to improve monitoring and evaluation activities in the context of results based management. The toolkit is a supplement to the UNFPA programming guidelines. It provides guidance and options for UNFPA Country Office staff to improve planning, monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) activities in the context of results based pro gramme management. It is also useful for programme managers at headquarters and for national programme managers and counterparts. In addition to providing examples of programmes that have effectively addressed these challenges, the toolkit offers guidance on advocacy, needs-assessment, monitoring and evaluation related to efforts to engage men and boys. Toolkit – Monitoring and Evaluation Toolkit for HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, January , based on a collaboration between WHO, UNAIDS, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, USAID, US Department of State, OGAC, CDC, UNICEF, MEASURE Evaluation and the World Bank TOR – terms of referenceFile Size: 1MB.
This monitoring and evaluation Toolkit is the outcome of an extensive, collaborative process involving m&e Fund Agents and the managers and m&e officers of future program planning. and implementing a project/programme monitoring and related reporting system. However, as evaluation is integrally linked to monitoring, an overview of evaluation is included for planning evaluation events within the overall M&E system. Who is the intended audience? This guide is intended for people managing projects/programmes in National RedFile Size: 2MB. Basic principles of monitoring and evaluation Monitoring and evaluation usually include information on the cost of the programme being monitored or evaluated. This allows judging the benefits of a programme against its costs and identifying which intervention has the highest rate of return. Two tools are commonly used. Guidelines for Programme Design, Monitoring and Evaluation Table of contents KEY TERMS 1. BASIC PRINCIPLES Development cooperation as part of foreign policy • Increasing coordination and coherence • Strategic planning sets the framework • Cooperation has various forms • Policies require actionFile Size: KB.
Program Design and Performance Management Toolkit Section 2: Conduct a Situational Analysis By the end of this section, the reader understand how to conduct internal assessments, external assessments, root cause analyses, and reviews of issues. Monitoring and Evaluation Monitoring and Evaluation by Janet Shapiro (email: [email protected]) 1 OVERVIEW Brief description This toolkit deals with the “nuts and bolts” (the basics) of setting up and using a monitoring and evaluation system for a project or an organisation. It clarifies what monitoring andFile Size: KB. A. Purposes of monitoring and evaluation 5 B. Definitions of monitoring and evaluation 6 Chapter 2. The Shift Towards Results-Based Management 9 A. Monitoring and evaluation in the context of RBM 9 B. Implications for the country office 16 Figures,Tables and Boxes for Part IFile Size: KB. The Monitoring and Evaluation Handbook Planning an evaluation 86 Evaluation techniques 93 programs, for example by monitoring program processes, activities and outputs. However, evaluating the benefits that have arisen as a result of development interventions has been much less robust and to a large extent has relied on.