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1. Madrasa Early Childhood Development Community Based Monitoring and Evaluation (CBM&E) System By Wayne A. BacaleM&E Specialist/ VSO VolunteerMadrasa Resource Centre, Kenya
3. Community based Monitoring & Evaluation Is the process of involving key stakeholders in monitoring and evaluating community initiatives at preschool and cluster level through participatory methods and tools in order:
to track progress and achievements;
assess results and
likelihood of achieving the desired impact
4. CBM&E Framework
5. Benefits and Impact Transparency
Increased community participation
Positive competition among adjoining communities and clusters
Reward to achievers and encourage better performance
Building confidence of community leaders
Innovative solution to problems
6. Lessons Learned Pilot Project Level
Community TOTs facilitate tailoring the approach to the level of pilot communities.
Mainstreaming CBM&E to the existing structure ensures continuity.
Building capacity of stakeholders in CBM&E is a continuing process
7. Lessons Learned Pilot Project Level
Triangulation and validation of information must be a built-in step of the whole CBM&E.
Motivation and reinforcement mechanism must be in place
8. Lesson Learned Community level:
Involving community stakeholders in M&E create:
Teamwork and sharing of experiences of adjoining communities;
Strengthen and decentralize school support and accountability to CRTs;
Encourage accountability and responsibility
9. Thank You!