ABOUT PROJECT

MONITORING & EVALUATION FRAMEWORK

The project will be monitored through the following Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) activities.

M & E Activity Responsible Parties Timeframe
Inception Workshop
  • National Project Director (NPD)/Chief Technical Advisor
  • UNDP-CO/UNDP-GEF
Within first two months of project start up
Inception Report
  • Project Team
  • UNDP-CO
Immediately following IW
Measurement of Means of Verification (MoV) for Project Results
  • NPD will oversee the hiring of specific studies and institutions, and delegate responsibilities to relevant members
Start, mid and end of project
Measurement of MoV for project Progress Outputs and Performance
  • Oversight by Project GEF Technical Advisor and NPD
  • Measurements by regional field officials and local Implementing Agencies
Annually prior to APR/PIR and to the definition of annual work plans
Annual Project Review (APR) and Project Implementation Review (PIR)
  • Project Team
  • UNDP-CO/UNDP-GEF
Annually
Annual Reviews
  • Government Counterparts
  • UNDP-CO
  • Project Team
  • UNDP-GEF Regional Coordinating Unit (RCU)
Every year, upon receipt of APR
Project Meetings
  • National Project Director
  • UNDP-CO
Following Project Inception Workshop and subsequently once a year
Periodic status reports
  • Project Team
To be determined by Project Team and UNDP-CO
Technical reports
  • Project Team
  • Hired consultants as needed
To be determined by Project Team and UNDP-CO
Mid-term External Evaluation
  • Project Team
  • UNDP-CO / UNDP-GEF RCU
  • External Consultants
At the mid-point of project implementation
Final External Evaluation
  • Project Team
  • UNDP-CO / UNDP-GEF RCU
  • External Consultants
At the end of project implementation
Terminal Report
  • Project Team
  • UNDP-CO
  • External Consultant
At least one month before end of project
Lessons learned
  • Project Team
  • UNDP-GEF RCU
Yearly
Audit
  • UNDP-CO
  • Project Team
Yearly
Visits to field sites
  • UNDP-CO
  • UNDO-GEF RCU
  • Government representatives
Yearly