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Monitoring & Evaluation System. “Learning to Improve” Making evidence work for development. Contents. Purpose and Rationale of the M&E Users and needs Units of analysis and dimensions of study Elements of the M&E Products of the M&E Principles of the M&E M&E share of responsibilities

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Monitoring evaluation system

Monitoring & Evaluation System

“Learning to Improve”

Making evidence work for development


Contents
Contents

  • Purpose and Rationale of the M&E

  • Users and needs

  • Units of analysis and dimensions of study

  • Elements of the M&E

  • Products of the M&E

  • Principles of the M&E

  • M&E share of responsibilities

  • M&E linkages: KM, decision making and learning


1st M&E Level

Joint programs

2nd M&E Level

Countries

3th M&E Level

Windows

4th M&E Level

MDG Achievement Fund

  • Monitoring Aspects

  • -Results (UNDAF+PRS)

  • Processes (Coordination)

  • Evaluation Dimensions

  • Induced effects on:

  • MDG at country level

  • Other Development indicators

  • UN system Coordination

  • Delivering as one

  • Ownership

  • Alignment

  • Harmonization

  • MFDR

  • Mutual Accountability

  • UN country pilots

  • Monitoring Aspects

  • Input-Products-Results-Processes

  • Evaluation Dimensions

  • Quality of the program formulation

  • Program objectives attained

  • Contribution to MDGs &

  • other development indicators, gender

  • Replication: Scale up

  • Innovation

  • UN system Coordination

  • Delivering as One

  • Ownership

  • Alignment

  • Harmonization

  • MFDR

  • Mutual Accountability

  • Delta change, effects in

  • citizens’ life

  • Monitoring Aspects

  • -Results as an aggregate of the JP

  • HR/Gender/Environment

  • Evaluation Dimensions

  • New themes:: Culture & migration

  • Induced effects on:

  • MDG at country level

  • Other Development indicators

  • (Peace and Culture)

  • UN system Coordination

  • Delivering as one

  • Ownership

  • Alignment

  • Harmonization

  • MFDR

  • Mutual Accountability

  • Monitoring Aspects

  • -Results

  • Evaluation Dimensions

  • Quality of partnership Spain/UNDP:

  • Added Value as a mechanism to

  • Progress MDGs achievement

  • The Secretariat’s role and added value

  • Induced effects on:

  • Linkage of windows and MDGs

  • Other Development indicators

  • UN system Coordination

  • Delivering as one

  • Ownership

  • Alignment

  • Harmonization

  • MFDR

  • Mutual Accountability

  • Effects on citizens' life

Joint Programs

Countries

Culture & development

Gender Equality

Women’s empowerment

Conflict prevention

& Peace Building

Joint Programs

Children Food Security

and Nutrition

Countries

Economic democratic

Governance

Youth, Employment

and Migration

Environment and

Climate Change

Joint Programs

Countries

Development and

the Private Sector


What is the m e system going to measure
What is the M&E system going to measure?

  • Effectiveness:

    • Contribution to effects in people’s life

    • Contribution to the progress in MDGs

    • Contribution to Paris Declaration Principles

    • Contribution to UN coordination


What is the m e system going to measure1
What is the M&E system going to measure?

  • Process:

    • MGD-F as an added value mechanism to progress towards the MDGsDesign:

  • Design:

    Quality of the partnerships with the Donor (Spain) and among UN agencies


What elements comprise the mdgf m e system
What elements comprise the MDGF M&E system

  • Monitoring indicators: to measure progress and trends in the short and medium-term at the 4 levels of inquire/thematic/coordination

  • Field visits: to monitor JP in depth and prepare and manage evaluations as well as disseminate results and provide feedback from recommendations

  • Evaluations: to review programs and value the worth of the dimension of study at JP (mid-term), at country level (case study), impact evaluations , final evaluations

  • Meta-evaluations Meta-analysis: to review the quality of the evaluations (JP + Country) conducted and produce robust evidence at window level to link these evidence to MDG achievement

  • Desk reviews and data collection & analysis: from a variety of sources to contribute with information and knowledge to the M&E+KM system


What kind of principles should the mdgf s m e system incorporate
What kind of principles should the MDGF’s M&E system incorporate?

  • Accordance with UNEG and DAC/OECD standards

  • Oriented to well balanced learning and accountability purposes

  • Evidence-based: consistent data, information or knowledge to support judgments and conclusions of monitoring and evaluation

  • Simple yet, Robust, Rigorous and Reliable system

  • Built on an aggregation scheme: Elements of M&E (indicators + evaluations, etc) in lower levels add up in higher level of inquire

  • Measure (DELTA), describe, analyze understand the object of study (JP+C+W+MDGs) and use results to improve program and policy performance


What products will the mdgf m e system create and offer
What products will the MDGF M&E system create and offer? incorporate?

  • Quarterly reports (MDTF)

  • Annual reports (MDTF)

  • Field monitoring reports

  • Country evaluation reports (9 pilot countries)

  • Mid-term evaluations reports

  • Country evaluations reports

  • Meta-evaluations reports

  • MDGF global reports (midterm + final)




M e linkages km decision making and learning
M&E linkages: KM, decision making and learning incorporate?

  • M&E is an enormous source of knowledge and will generate an extraordinary amount of valuable explicit and tacit knowledge as well as organizational and general knowledge that will have to be delivered at the right moment, to the right persons in the adequate format for the purposes needed.

  • KM system could also become a source of data, information and knowledge for M&E system, is a reciprocal 2 way relation.

  • The ultimate goal of evaluation is recommend actions to improve decision making and improve performance of programs and policies so all evaluations should focused on utilization of their findings and recommendations


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