- What are the three most important things that you want to get out of your monitoring and evaluation? Keep these in mind as you design your system, and throughout your project so that you don’t lose track of what is most important to you.
- How can you ensure your data collection and monitoring and evaluation activities are respectful of your participants?
- Given that monitoring and evaluation data is often used to justify funding projects and programmes, how are your monitoring and evaluation activities making space for negative feedback?
- Are the voices of participants being reflected in real changes to your programs?
Results-based management (RBM) is a program/project life cycle approach to management. It integrates: The approach focuses on: (Global Affairs Canada) Results-Based Management for International Assistance Programming at Global Affairs Canada: A How-to Guide (2016) Related sites, Read more…