Development Cooperation Handbook/Designing and Managing Programmes/Program evaluation

A good programme design will consider how to monitor and evaluate during and after the implementation phase (in itinere and ex post). It will therefore decide what are the indicators and what are the sources of information for judging the efficiency, the effectiveness and the impact. Information sources may be independent from the programme/project management team and the organization. Programme designers will consider the standard methods of collecting and analyzing data and will adopt those that are seen as most suitable. Eventually a new approach may be proposed.

The topic is more extensively treated in ⇒ Ezra Cornell's first book.jpg How do we Monitor and Evaluate Projects and Programmes?

See alsoEdit

Ezra Cornell's first book.jpg How do we Monitor and Evaluate Projects and Programmes?
Ezra Cornell's first book.jpgDoes international aid really benefits the target populations?

Wikibooks On other Wikibooks ⇒ Evaluating Development Cooperation

600X WIKIPEDIA LOGO.svg On Wikipedia ⇒ Evaluation

In Devcopedia - EuropeAid Wiki ⇒ Aid effectiveness

TestimonialsEdit

We need to talk of the outputs of cooperation (and not just of the money spent in it Nirj Deva



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