Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning

           Monitoring and evaluation can help an organization extract relevant information from past and ongoing activities that can be used as the basis for programmatic fine-tuning, reorientation and future planning. Without effective planning, monitoring and evaluation, it would be impossible to judge if work is going in the right direction, whether progress and success can be claimed, and how future efforts might be improved.

United Nations Development Programme

Intro

What is the aim of the program?

To systematically monitor, and periodically evaluate, the implementation of This Life’s programs to measure their status, efficiency, effectiveness and impact, and feedback learning to inform future program design.

 

What activities do we run?

 

 

What are the program outcomes?

Outcomes for all of This Life’s programs can be found in our Annual Report.

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