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  • In the M&E the trick is not just counting the number of outputs produced against the target, it is most importantly telling successful stories of outcomes in medium to large scale. Some CRPs call this case studies and they solicit form the centers outcome stories that have substance and that can be verified. So, you need to alert FP coordinators that they must plan for reporting these outcome stories/ case studies from the start of the year and should provide the supporting document.
  • In the M&E the trick is not just counting the number of outputs produced against the target, it is most importantly telling successful stories of outcomes in medium to large scale. Some CRPs call this case studies and they solicit form the centers outcome stories that have substance and that can be verified. So, you need to alert FP coordinators that they must plan for reporting these outcome stories/ case studies from the start of the year and should provide the supporting document.

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  • CRP DS M&E Framework Enrico Bonaiuti Research Program Coordinator CRP-DS Planning workshop for the Implementation of the Gender Strategy 26th – 27th May, 2014 Holiday Inn Hotel - Amman, Jordan 1
  • Agenda 1. Definition 2. Program Management Office Goals 3. Timeline 4. Framework 5. Impact pathway 6. Performance Monitoring 7. Reporting 8. FPs activities mapped to IDO 5 (gender) 9. CO Indicators 10. CO result-related definitions 11. Results for mapped activities 2
  • Timeline 2014 1. May: Define internal monitoring system based on specific System CRP characteristics; establish baseline data required 2. June: Set responsibilities at regional and FP level & revise targets 3. July: Define targets timeline 4. August: Launch beta version of web based data collection system based on other CRPs experience. 5. September: Visit partner or arrange a workshop with the M&E POC 6. November: Review web based system usage and constrains analysis 7. December: Extract monitoring data and re-orient the system; Share M&E strategies among partners for comments 3
  • Reporting 4
  • Activities mapped to IDO5 WAS: 19 Activities in total - 7 Activities mapped in IDO5 (1 ALS) - 10% of FP budget allocation NAWA: 45 Activities in total - 6 Activities mapped in IDO5 - 25% of FP budget allocation ESA: 21 Activities in total - 9 Activities mapped in IDO5 - 11% of FP budget allocation CA: 24 Activities in total - 19 Activities mapped in IDO5 - 9% of FP budget allocation SA: 48 Activities in total - 1 Activities mapped in IDO5 - 0.15% of FP budget allocation 5
  • CGIAR Reporting Data and successful stories • Which are our targets? (2014) • Can we identify deviations? • How do we report successful stories of outcomes? • Standard reporting for the CO. Table 1 and table 2 (Annual report) 6
  • CGIAR Indicators KNOWLEDGE, TOOLS, DATA 1. Flagship products: These are frameworks and concepts that are significant and complete enough to have been highlighted on web pages, publicized through blog stories, press releases and/or policy briefs. They are significant in that they should be likely to change the way stakeholders along the impact pathway allocate resources and/or implement activities. They should be products that change the way these stakeholders think and act. Tools, decision-support tools, guidelines and/or training manuals are not included in this indicator. 2. % having explicit target of women farmers/NRM managers 3. % having been assessed for likely gender-disaggregated impact 7
  • CGIAR Indicators - DS annual report 2013 KNOWLEDGE, TOOLS, DATA 8 # CO Indicators WAS NAWA ESA CA SA 1 Flagship products 1 12 8 6 0 2 % having explicit target of women farmers/NRMmanagers 0% 50% 75% 0% 0% 3 % having been assessed for likely gender-disaggregated impact 0% 50% 50% 0% 0%
  • CGIAR Indicators KNOWLEDGE, TOOLS, DATA 4. Tools: These are significant decision-support tools, guidelines, and/or training manuals that are significant and complete enough to have been highlighted on web pages, publicized through blog stories, press releases and/or policy briefs. They are significant in that they should be likely to change the way stakeholders along the impact pathway allocate resources and/or implement activities 5. % having explicit target of women farmers/NRM managers 6. % having been assessed for likely gender-disaggregated impact 9
  • CGIAR Indicators - DS annual report 2013 KNOWLEDGE, TOOLS, DATA 10 # CO Indicators WAS NAWA ESA CA SA 4 Tools 2 25 0 0 0 5 % having explicit target of women farmers/NRMmanagers 0 50% 0 0 0 6 % having been assessed for likely gender-disaggregated impact 0 30% 0 0 0
  • CGIAR Indicators - DS annual report 2013 CAPACITY ENHANCEMENT AND INNOVATION PLATFORMS 13. Trainees in short-term programs facilitated by CRP (male) 14. Female 15. Trainees in long-term programs facilitated by CRP (male) 16. Female 11 # CO Indicators WAS NAWA ESA CA SA 13 Trainees in short-term programs facilitated by CRP (male) 100 1,248 626 100 25,910 14 Female 0 388 423 0 6,074 15 Trainees in long-term programs facilitated by CRP (male) 0 24 2 0 0 16 Female 6 15 0 0 0
  • CGIAR Indicators - DS annual report 2013 TECHNOLOGIES/PRACTICES IN VARIOUS STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT 18. Technologies/NRM practices under research (Phase I) Technologies to be counted here are agriculture-related and NRM-related technologies and innovations including those that address climate change adaptation and mitigation. 19. % having explicit target of women farmers/NRM managers 20. % having been assessed for likely gender-disaggregated impact 12 # CO Indicators WAS NAWA ESA CA SA 18 Technologies/NRMpractices under research (Phase I) 8 22 0 2 15 19 % having explicit target of women farmers/NRMmanagers 0% 50% 0% 0% 0% 20 % having been assessed for likely gender-disaggregated impact 0% 50% 0% 0% 0%
  • CGIAR Indicators - DS annual report 2013 TECHNOLOGIES/PRACTICES IN VARIOUS STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT 23. Number of technologies /NRM practices field tested (phase II) - Under “field testing” means that research has moved from focused development to broader testing (pilot project phase) and this testing is underway under conditions intended to duplicate those encountered by potential users of the new technology. 25. % of above innovations/approaches/options that are targeted at decreasing inequality between men and women 13 # CO Indicators WAS NAWA ESA CA SA 23 Number of technologies /NRM practices field tested (phase II) 0 22 9 2 15 25 % of above that are targeted at decreasing inequality …. 0% 20% 0% 0% 0%
  • CGIAR Indicators - DS annual report 2013 TECHNOLOGIES/PRACTICES IN VARIOUS STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT 34. Number of farmers and others who have applied new technologies or management practices as a result of CRP research (a. male, b. female) 14 # CO Indicators WAS NAWA ESA CA SA 34 Number of farmers and others who have applied …. (undefined) 50 5,263 0 0 4,000,000 a Male ? ? 0 0 ? b Female ? ? 0 0 ?
  • 15 CGIAR Indicators – Table 2 Annual report
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  • CO result-related definitions 17 Research output: are the products, services or attributes resulting from the research activities and linked to the objectives. e.g. a report, publication, DNA sequence, molecular markers, new methodology, new policy, new soil management practice,, newsletter, tool, website, conference, etc... Research outcomes: They represent adoption or further use of research outputs by the immediate users targeted by the CRP, such as smallholder farmers, NARS researchers or national policy makers. Research outcomes are generated as a result of research, capacity building and advocacy activities by the CRP and include Capacity changes, the changes in knowledge, attitudes and/or skills, of the beneficiaries and intermediaries and Behavioral changes , in actual practices that occur in the beneficiaries and intermediaries; beneficiaries and intermediaries do things differently or use the research outputs.
  • CO results-related definitions 18 Intermediate development outcomes: changes that occur in the medium term that are intended to affect positively the welfare of the targeted population or environment, and which result, in part, from research carried out by the CGIAR and its partners. The IDOs are attributable to CRP-level activities and are necessary precursors and logically linked to the SLOs Impact: The ultimate positive/negative, direct and indirect consequences of the CRPs work on the status and state of selected development variables concerning the SLOs - which are themselves related to the attainment of Millennium Development Goals and the SDGs. Impacts are the overall and long-term effects that a CRP contributes to.