Report from USAID Conflict-Sensitive Monitoring and Evaluation Workshop.
Brochure on the key principles for Conflict Sensitive M&E.
Paper looks at how to create a framework to evaluate Public-Sector Networks through three levels of analysis.
Report describes the concepts and methods used to evaluate a regional capacity-development project in Latin America.
General overview of monitoring and evaluating capacity development; Douglas Horton, Anastasia Alexaki, Samual Bennett-Lartey, Kim Noele Brice, Dindo Campilan, Fred Carden, Jose de Souza Silva, Le Thanh Duong, Ibrahim Khadar, Albina Maestrey Boza, Imrul Kayes Muniruzzaman, Jocelyn Perez, Matilde Somarriba Chang, Ronnie Vern
Document aims to help Save the Children program staff to understand the main concepts behind M&E and how thesecan be applied to HIV/AIDS-related projects.
Document reviews current debates and trends and identifies the different approaches that may be deployed to address prevailing shortcomings in M&E of humanitarian assistance.
Guide summarizes the best practices in the field of monitoring and evaluation of national HIV and AIDS programs at the end of the 1990s.
Manual is a practical toolkit and road map for practitioners to use in designing and implementing program M&E.
A guide to manuals for qualitative and participatory research on child health, nutrition and reproductive health. Describes some of the existing manuals for conducting qualitative research and provides information to help program managers, researchers, funders of health programs, and others select the manuals that are most appropriate to their needs.