Monitoring and Evaluation
Over the years, development programme objectives have moved from a sterile ‘result-oriented’ evaluation exercise to an empowering opportunity for both development organisations and beneficiaries to learn and do better. Assessments are held at various stages of an organisation/project lifecycle – starting from a needs-assessment, baseline assessment, mid-term assessment, monitoring and evaluation or an endline assessment.
In Participatory Monitoring & Evaluation, the voices of all stakeholders in project plans, reviews and evaluations – including the intended beneficiaries – are woven together, helping to set joint process and impact indicators for success. Stakeholders jointly monitor and evaluate whether the project has met the objectives which it had set out to achieve and whether the outputs and outcomes have positively affected those that they were meant for.
Praxis carries out participatory monitoring and evaluation, as also community-led evaluations, and trains organisations and networks on the same.
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