4. MONITORING and EVALUATION

Definition - What is it
Monitoring and evaluation is particularly important because it helps to understand the community perception of the programme, and its effects on non-beneficiary groups. Livelihood programmes can affect and even more can be affected by the market chain, the market environment or the key infrastructure, services and inputs. Therefore market monitoring, particularly price monitoring, should happen regularly.

Logic in the TOOLBOX
The Monitoring and Evalution module crosscuts all the other modules. It actually starts at the preparedness phase, with the development of a monitoring and evaluation framework and the evaluation of the preparedness plan and goes until the practitioner defines a logical framework with response-specific indicators.

Location Tool name
Guide to decide and define the type of evaluation
Guidelines to define evaluation and its purpose
Guidelines to define monitoring and its purpose
Resilience Orientative Questions
Guide to integrate BCA in the evaluation phase
Guide to integrate BCA in the implementation phase
Guidelines to define participatory monev system
Ideas to elaborate indicators on BCA
Agree on Monitoring Data Analysis Process
Monitoring Plan Definition Template
Outcomes and outputs Monitoring Plan Example
Overview of data collection methods
Situation indicators
Market monitoring recommendations
Market post-distribution monitoring questionnaire
Price collection form template
Price database template
Food Security Cluster Information Management Tool
Budget Monitoring Template. Management and Registration of Expenditure
Final Report Template
Food Assistance post distribution monitoring tools
Mid-term/Monitoring Report Template
Work Plan Monitoring Template
Exit Strategy Tool
ToR Final Evaluation