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Africa RISING West Africa mega site monitoring and evaluation activities: Summary
Africa RISING West Africa mega site monitoring and evaluation activities: Summary
Africa RISING West Africa mega site monitoring and evaluation activities: Summary
Africa RISING West Africa mega site monitoring and evaluation activities: Summary
Africa RISING West Africa mega site monitoring and evaluation activities: Summary
Africa RISING West Africa mega site monitoring and evaluation activities: Summary
Africa RISING West Africa mega site monitoring and evaluation activities: Summary
Africa RISING West Africa mega site monitoring and evaluation activities: Summary
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Africa RISING West Africa mega site monitoring and evaluation activities: Summary

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Presented by Beliyou Haile (IFPRI) at the Africa RISING West Africa Review and Planning Meeting, Bamako, Mali, 3-4 February 2014 …

Presented by Beliyou Haile (IFPRI) at the Africa RISING West Africa Review and Planning Meeting, Bamako, Mali, 3-4 February 2014

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  • 1. Africa RISING West Africa Mega Site Monitoring and Evaluation Activities: Summary Beliyou Haile, IFPRI Africa RISING West Africa Review and Planning Meeting, Bamako, Mali, 3-4 February 2014
  • 2. M&E Activities (Ghana)  Survey design meeting  Household survey tool adaptation  Community survey tool adaptation  Visits to action communities  Re-selection of control communities(next side)  Web-based Project Monitoring and Mapping Tool (PMT) and protocol (also for Mali)  Compilation of FtF indicators (joint)  Survey firm procurement (Panafields)  Hired a survey manager (Cecilia Tinonin, PhD)
  • 3. M&E Activities (Ghana) Control sites (Africa RISING) _ ^ Control sites (Africa RISING) _ ^ Action sites (Africa RISING) Tier 2 sites (Vital Signs) Tier 4 sites (Vital Signs) High LGP * High mkt High LGP * Med mkt Low LGP * Med mkt Med-High LGP * Low mkt Med-High LGP * Med mkt Med-Low LGP * Med mkt Selection of new control communities for potential collaboration with Vital Signs in UER and NR
  • 4. M&E Activities (Ghana)  Proposed design for the household survey [# to be confirmed) Unit Action Control Total Community N=25 N=25 50 Household NC = 250 (25X20) NT=500 NB = 750 (25X30) NNB = 250 (25X10)  Equal # beneficiaries per village  List of beneficiaries, intervention type, and their identifying information will be needed  Census vs. sampling of beneficiaries (logistics, budget, “statistical” benefit)
  • 5. M&E Activities (Ghana) Household and Community Surveys - Timeline Activity Start date (2014) 25th Jan Completion date (2014) 21th Feb Household listing 10th Feb 24th Feb Survey personnel training and piloting (Tamale) 24th Feb 9th Mar Main field work 10th Mar 7th Apr Data entry, cleaning and processing 17th Mar 14th Apr Finalization of work plan/survey tools/government clearance
  • 6. M&E Activities (Mali)  Draft household survey tool adaption  Community survey tool adaptation  M&E meeting  Visits to action communities  Compilation of FtF indicators (joint)  Survey firm procurement (Marikani)  Hired a French speaking survey manager (Patrice Howard, PhD)
  • 7. M&E Activities (Mali)  Proposed household survey design [#s to be confirmed] Unit Action Control Total Community N=10 N=10 20 Household NB = 300 (10X30) NNB = 100 (10X10) NC =200 (10X20) NT=700  Equal # beneficiaries per villages  List of beneficiaries, intervention type, and identifying information will be needed
  • 8. M&E Activities (Mali) Household and Community Surveys - Timeline Activity Start date (2014) 21th Jan Completion date (2014) 28th Feb 17th Feb 28th Feb Survey personnel training and piloting (Bamako) 3rd March 15th Mar Main field work 17th Mar 11th Apr Data entry, cleaning and processing 24th Mar 21th Apr Finalization of work plan/survey tools/government clearance/ recruitment of survey personnel (Aicha Consulting & Audit) Household listing
  • 9. Challenges and (Attempted) Solutions  Delays in submitting application from ISSER…then withdrawal of its bid (January 17)  Limited options (survey firms) in Mali. CAPI may not work with Marikani  Limited/ineffective communication with Justice  Office space at IITA and IFPRI-Accra  But Justice nowhere to be found since January 13  M&E team to post a vacancy announcement (potentially through IWMI).  Encourage competent candidates you may know to apply
  • 10. Africa Research in Sustainable Intensification for the Next Generation africa-rising.net The presentation has a Creative Commons licence. You are free to re-use or distribute this work, provided credit is given to ILRI.

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