A focus on the “M” in M & E: Monitoring

May 14, 2012 at 9:37 pm Leave a comment

An often over-looked aspect of  M & E – is the “M” – monitoring.  As we often focus on the “E” – evaluation – as this can easily be outsourced by organisations and undertaken by consultants (like myself..). But monitoring requires the commitment of staff within organisations and faces many other competing priorities for resources.

A new resource book “Integrated Monitoring: A Practical Manual for Organisations That Want to Achieve Results” (pdf)  provides a very good overview to the “how” and “what” of monitoring in addition to the challenges faced.

Thanks to the Monitoring and Evaluation NEWS blog for bringing this to my attention.

Entry filed under: Evaluation methodology.

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