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Programme Manager"s Planning Monitoring & Evaluation toolkit

Programme Manager"s Planning Monitoring & Evaluation toolkit

PM&E system.

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Published by UNFPA in Ha Noi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

ContributionsUNFPA Viet Nam.
The Physical Object
Pagination125 p. ;
Number of Pages125
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24014711M
LC Control Number2009332626

The toolkit is a practical workbook on how to design, develop, manage, monitor and evaluate regeneration and development projects. It provides best practice techniques for all aspects of project management that are supported by diagrams, templates and illustrations.   The Treasury Green Book provides guidance for public sector bodies on how to appraise proposals before committing funds to a policy, programme or project. This Author: Infrastructure And Projects Authority.

To support the monitoring and evaluation sections a toolkit for the three diseases has been developed by a wide range of institutions. The purpose of the toolkit is to provide in one place the “essentials” of agreed upon best practice in M&E, by applying a common framework for the three diseases and providing users with references to key. Monitoring is a periodically recurring task already beginning in the planning stage of a project or programme. Monitoring allows results, processes and experiences to be documented and used as a basis to steer decision-making and learning processes.

1. Role and responsibilities of monitoring and evaluation in humanitarian programming. Monitoring and Evaluation have a range of purposes in humanitarin programming, but the critical one is ; better outcomes for crisis-affected populations from CARE’s humanitarian programming through accountability and learning. Monitoring and evaluation help in understanding how the assistance and support. iv HOW TO BUILD A SUCCESSFUL MENTORING PROGRAM USING THE ELEMENTS OF EFFECTIVE PRACTICE Tools by Category • Program Planning • Program Parameters • Program Planning and Management • Policies and Procedures • Financial Planning • E-mentoring • Program Evaluation Section VIII. Wrap-Up and Feedback Evaluation Form


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The toolkit is a supplement to the UNFPA programming guidelines. It provides guidance and options for UNFPA Country Office staff to improve planning, monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) activities in the context of results based programme Size: 60KB.

The toolkit is a supplement to the UNFPA programming guidelines. It provides guidance and options for UNFPA Country Office staff to improve planning, monitoring and evaluation (PM&E) activities in the context of results based programme management. It is also useful for programme managers.

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monitored to input into the policy and planning processes, respectively. Monitoring and evaluation requires a set of tools and instruments. The toolkit series is a collection of such tools and instruments that would assist the members of the M&E Network to discharge their functions efficiently and effectively.

Project /programme planning Guidance manual 6 > The project/programme cycle There is a range of models that can be used to implement a results-based approach. The model described and recommended in this manual is based on the “project/programme cycle”, which depicts the management of an intervention through a sequence of inter .The material in this module is intended to help facilitate training in monitoring and evaluation in the results framework.

Essentials of Monitoring & Evaluation (2) Session 7: Essentials of Monitoring and Evaluation for Project Staff Exercise 8 Planning an Outcome Evaluation Exercise 9 Using Feedback from M & E 1 hr 15 min 1 hr 15 min 2.• Programme implementation – a logic model forms the core for a focused management plan to help identify and collect the data needed to monitor and improve programming.

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