Monitoring & Evaluation

Monitoring and Evaluation is about an organisation’s efficiency and effectiveness. Monitoring is about the ongoing tracking of programme activities, reviewing initial outcomes of our work and looking at how to improve the ways in which we work and what we offer our beneficiaries. Evaluation is about understanding the longer term impact of our work, the effectiveness of our interventions, and the relevance for our beneficiaries. Monitoring and Evaluation feeds into reporting and has generally been perceived to be punitive. The challenge is to see it as a moment of organisational reflection and learning. You’ll find in this section distinctions between monitoring and evaluation and considerations to make when applying M&E within complex environments. 

Measuring impact

Organisational and programme monitoring an evaluation (M&E) is increasingly being demanded by donors. Erica Emdon, ProBono.Org Advancement Director, reflects on the need for M&E that demonstrates her organisation’s transformative impact.

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