A guide to monitoring government policies

July 31, 2013 at 10:05 pm Leave a comment

We often focus on the evaluation of advocacy that aims to influence government policies – but another important aspect is to monitor government policy as it develops (or not).

Here is a useful guide from CAFOD, Trocaire and Christian Aid on this subject: Monitoring government policies: A toolkit for civil society organisations in Africa (pdf).

It explains very well how policy is developed and when and how it can be monitored – very informative.

View the guide (pdf)>>

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