wed21apr10:00 am11:00 amVirtual EventEnd-to-End toolkit for M&E of food security and livelihoods programmesby International Committee of the Red Cross10:00 am - 11:00 am(GMT+02:00) View in my timeType:DemonstrationLanguage:English
(Wednesday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am(GMT+02:00) View in my time
The demand for evidence is higher than ever both in the design of responses and certainly in the monitoring and evaluation of programs. The ICRC Economic Security unit
The demand for evidence is higher than ever both in the design of responses and certainly in the monitoring and evaluation of programs. The ICRC Economic Security unit has invested substantially in this area of work with the creation of tools and guidelines to promote evidence-based decision making, even in contexts where data and information are difficult to collect. In this sense, the ICRC Economic Security Unit has developed an end-to-end toolkit for assessing, monitoring and evaluating food security and livelihoods programmes. The process starts with a solid reference framework, that is supported by the EcoSec Indicators Cookbook (a manual of 80+ indicators to measure FSL outcomes). For all these indicators a Question Bank helps staff build questionnaires for assessment, monitoring and evaluation exercises. By using mobile data collection and connecting them with common identifiers, data management can be done automatically. This process helps generate pre-set interactive dashboards which include all relevant statistics for the ICRC institutional reporting.
While the documents were designed for the ICRC purposes, each of the presented tools can be easily used, customized and adjusted by other organizations. Thanks to ICRC multidisciplinary nature, the system looks also at other transversal topics such as access to education, sexual violence, accountability to affected people, resilience, DRR, protection, etc.
For: primarily M&E and IM practitioners, but also programme managers and directors interested in setting up effortless assessment, monitoring and evaluation systems in their organization
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