Category: Monitoring & Evaluating

Monitoring & evaluating a project.
  • Accountability Self-Assessment for Staffed Private Foundations
    • This manual is a self-assessment form to check the orgnaization's accountability. The assessment covers nine topic sections: governance, communications, grantmaking, finance, administration, personnel, public policy, mission & strategy, and evaluation.
  • Capacity Development and Partnership: Overview and Methodology
    • While this document is primarily a guide for staff members of Handicap International, it also contains a practical guide made up of four theme-based chapters containing questions relating to definitions examples of “capacity development.”
  • Capturing Change In Women’s Realities
    • First, this document provides a broad overview of common challenges with monitoring and evaluation (M&E) and identifies practices for engaging in M&E to strengthen organizational learning and more readily capture the complex changes that women’s empowerment and gender equality work seek. Next it offers an analysis of a large number of M&E frameworks and tools, along with some of their strengths and weaknesses in assessing rights and gender equality processes.
  • Gender Analysis of Telecentre Evaluation Methodology
    • This document sets out to address the question of how gender can be meaningfully integrated into telecentre evaluation methodologies.
  • Handbook on Planning, Monitoring and Evaluating
    • This is the 2009 UNDP handbook version on Planning, Monitoring and Evaluating for Development Results’aims to support UNDP in becoming more results-oriented and to improve its focus on development changes and real improvements in people’s lives. Click on the individual lanugages to download the handbook.
  • Manual for Evaluation of Disability Programmes
    • This manual aims to help people understand what evaluation is and how it can be done. It will provide you with basic knowledge of the types of evaluation that an organisation should undertake. It also presents the tools available and how they can be used. PDF format.
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
    • This module looks at and describes the process of monitoring and its sister process, evaluation; what is to be done and how to do it. As well as showing the skills needed by mobilizers, it looks at monitoring from a wider perspective, including but not limited to the roles of mobilizers.
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Guidelines
    • This article briefly explains what a participatory evaluation is and how to conduct one. It is written to be a short guide for people who want to learn the basics of participatory evaluation.
  • Strengthening Monitoring And Evaluation For Women’s Rights: Twelve Insights For Donors
    • These important insights into how to develop more effective monitoring and evaluation systems are important for those engaged in women’s rights and empowerment work at the grassroots, national, regional, and global level. Many of these insights are endorsed by other recent work on social impact assessment by donors and development agencies.
  • The 'most significant change' technique: A guide to its use
    • This guide is about a method of monitoring and evaluation called "Most Significant Change" (MSC) that is intended to bring attention to the impact of programs based on reports and stories from stakeholders. This guide is written for organizations, community groups, program managers, students and researchers.
  • Tool Number 4: Stakeholder Participation in Monitoring and Evaluation
    • An article from the UNFPA about evaluating and monitoring non-governmental organization research.