Includes bibliographical references (p. 222-224).
|Statement||Francis W. Mulwa.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||2007380059|
This book offers a complete package for participatory monitoring and evaluation. The suggested tools for both qualitative (to know how and why of the project implementation) and quantitative methods (to know what, who, where, how many, how much of a phenomenon), pass the test of internal and external validity of the evaluation : M. J. Chandre Gowda. Learning from Change provides an overview of the common themes and experiences in participatory approaches to monitoring and evaluation across different institutions and sectors. It explores conceptual, methodological, institutional and policy issues which need to be addressed in order to enrich our understanding and practice of Participatory. Participatory community monitoring for water, sanitation, and hygiene (WSH) makes it possible for: Communities to make their own decisions about water, hygiene, and sanitation strategies Communities to feel a sense of project ownership Development organizations to better understand local community wishes and prioritiesFile Size: KB. Challenges to participatory monitoring and evaluation 9 Challenges to evaluators 10 Challenges to monitoring programmes 11 Part Three 3. INTRAC approach to participatory M&E in Central Asia 12 Consistency of approach .
monitoring and evaluation of community development initiatives. It is hoped that the guide will help project staff to see that when thorough planning, monitoring and evaluation is undertaken and the communities are fully involved in this process, the quality and appropriateness of the end product is enhanced. Page 5 of 32 Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation happy/sad faces, pictures, fishes & boulders exercise etc. The idea is to make the session fun and interactive. The section on creative participatory activities provides lots of good examples of tools you can use and adapt for focus group discussions with young Size: 2MB. monitoring and evaluation of community based water projects in kenya: the case of kiabaibate-nchura in tigania west sub-county by franco mutua karuti research project report submitted in partial fulfillment of requirements for the award of master of arts degree in project planning and management of the university of nairobi Participatory Monitoring can show the resources that are required to produce a certain effect, or how necessary resources can be distributed differently to get a better effect. Complete picture of project is produced. When insiders are in control of monitoring, the results are examined relative to past experience.
The map below shows the purchasing patterns for the books on evaluation purchased in the US. The cluster in the middle of the map is those evaluation books most often purchased those books that received the most citations of being purchased together I created the top 10 list, and the next 10 list, which are then the 20 most essential books on program/project evaluation. PM&E, CED Evaluation in Rural Development, 10/28/14 References •Adams, J. and A. Garbutt, Participatory monitoring and evaluation in practice: Lessons learnt from Central Asia.. Praxis Paper Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation in Practice. International NGO Training and Research Center. Participatory community monitoring and evaluation are extremely important for learning about the achievement/deviation from original concerns and problems faced by local development projects/programmes being implemented, so that corrective measures can be taken in time. influence of community participatory monitoring and evaluation on performance of development project acase of ewaso ngi’ro north development authority, isiolo county. by daud tadicha soransora research project report submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree of master of arts in project planning.