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Paper on the state of performance monitoring of capacity development programs prepared for the Policy Branch of the Canadian International Development Agency.; Peter Morgan
French version of the Memory Box Program: Training with Children Manual from Additional Resources from the NPI Round 1 & 2 SOTA
Guide to Memory Work: Monitoring and Evaluation from Additional Resources from the NPI Round 1 & 2 SOTA
Document describes gaps in current M&E methodology and the new system CARE is using in the SWARMU region.
Document contains a literature review of experiences in participatory monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) from around the world, used in different contexts and involving all stakeholders.
Document assists frontline health workers in using the data collected at health facilities to solve common problems in service delivery and improve their response to community needs.
Paper presented at the meeting of the DAC Informal Network on Institutional and Capacity Development held in Ottawa, May 3-5, 1999.
Guide is a resource for giving staff and partners of PVO/NGO programs the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for carrying out qualitative research for program management purposes.
Publication presents selected papers plus the transcripts of key seminar proceedings from a 1998 World Bank seminar on evaluation capacity development (ECD).
The Most Significant Change (MSC) technique is a participatory M&E approach that allows communities to share their learning in a way that is comfortable to them and allows project participants and...