Ensuring Rigour in our Accountability/M&E Processes 2014 PRAPs By Vincent Azumah Regional Coordinator, Monitoring & Evaluation. The structure of our M&E suggests all working towards a bigger and broader goal of one organisation -WANEP.
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Ensuring Rigour in our Accountability/M&E Processes 2014 PRAPs By Vincent Azumah
Regional Coordinator, Monitoring & Evaluation
The Big Gap
Improving On Our Practice Results
Observe Change and
Monitoring and documentation
Identifying Change and documentation
REMEMBER CHANGES IN PEACEBUILDING WORK IS NOT LINEAR
NALPS REQUIREMENTS Results
improvement and documentation
Cycle of analysis of our actions, events
and all processes
Planned activities which respond to National
Seeking change in complex peacebuilding programs demand analysis and drawing links between all processes
NALPS and the Strategic Programme
Our Principles and Values
Core Processes and Tools
Lack of Results
With what lenses are we entering the new era ofWANEP?
Are we going to be crying for funds, weak, self profiteering national networks or Professional, Transparent and Accountable National Networks