Market Engagement Webinar Series   Monitoring & Evaluation for   Value Chain Programming            April 11, 2012
Uh, we already have    an M&E approach…       So, why do        we need this?
Let’s take a look at what we’re doing….                          These are VC                        Service Providers    ...
Let’s take a look at what we’re doing…                                                  VC SupportersNat’l                ...
So, we’ve got a lot of     things to keep     track of.     Now, let’s also       consider this…
Let’s look at what we’re doing…                                    Hybrid Approach                                    Serv...
So, what does this mean?Value Chain programming… •   Takes a facilitation approach, meaning our interventions     will cha...
Whoa! Thatlookscomplicated!
It is. But, that’s whywe have new tools.
So, what does this mean for M&E?5 Things Every Practitioner Needs to Know about       M&E for Value Chain Programming 1. S...
How do we get there?CARE Guide to M&E for Value Chain Initiatives • Step-by-Step Guide comprised   of 11 modules  (~10 pag...
How do we get there?CARE Guide to M&E for Value Chain Initiatives                                   ModulesM1: M&E System ...
Here’s an example from Module 1.
Here’s an example from Module 1.
Draft Universal Indicators for VC Initiatives Domain           Indicators Increased        # of poor individuals (those li...
Effective M&E for Value Chain              Initiatives in Practice                CASE STUDYStrengthening the Dairy Value ...
Want to Learn More?Multiple ways to continue the discussion and continue learning: • Review the CARE Guide to M&E for Valu...
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Webinar #1 M&E for Value Chain Programming at CARE

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This is the presentation from the first monthly webinar on Market Engagement at CARE. It offers an overview of the difference between traditional M&E and M&E for value chain projects and introduces the CARE Guide to M&E for Value Chain Programming.

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Webinar #1 M&E for Value Chain Programming at CARE

  1. 1. Market Engagement Webinar Series Monitoring & Evaluation for Value Chain Programming April 11, 2012
  2. 2. Uh, we already have an M&E approach… So, why do we need this?
  3. 3. Let’s take a look at what we’re doing…. These are VC Service Providers Global Enabling Environment They help the value Global chain actors move Retailers product along the chain. National Enabling Environment National This is a Retailers Value Chain Exporters Service Providers Wholesalers • Sprayers Sprayers It is made up of agents • Extension • Brokers all actors that Brokers • touch Buyers actuallyTraders • MFIs a product from • Banks production to • Insurance Co.s Producers final sale • Etc. Financial (cross cutting) Input SuppliersSource: USAID
  4. 4. Let’s take a look at what we’re doing… VC SupportersNat’l EDUsGov’t National Retailers Exporters CGIARMoAs Wholesalers Sprayers Extension agents Brokers Buyers CBOsLocalGov’t Producers Financial (cross cutting) NGOs Input Suppliers Multi- Bi- INGOs Foundations IFIsLaterals Laterals
  5. 5. So, we’ve got a lot of things to keep track of. Now, let’s also consider this…
  6. 6. Let’s look at what we’re doing… Hybrid Approach Service Delivery & Market Linkages Traditional Econ Dev’t The New Approach Direct Service Delivery Market Facilitation / VC ApproachSource: Engineers without Borders
  7. 7. So, what does this mean?Value Chain programming… • Takes a facilitation approach, meaning our interventions will change based on: • The actions of a wide-range of actors we cannot control • Constantly changing market dynamics we cannot control • Things we learn along the way – what works, what doesn’t • Accepts that, when we start a project, we do not know much of what we need to in order to succeed
  8. 8. Whoa! Thatlookscomplicated!
  9. 9. It is. But, that’s whywe have new tools.
  10. 10. So, what does this mean for M&E?5 Things Every Practitioner Needs to Know about M&E for Value Chain Programming 1. Some things are different – but not everything. 2. Need shorter, faster feedback loops and ability to adapt to changes in strategy. 3. Need to deconstruct walls between front line / field staff and M&E staff. 4. Need to measure the sustainability of change, not only the incidence of change. 5. Need to develop new models for impact evaluation.
  11. 11. How do we get there?CARE Guide to M&E for Value Chain Initiatives • Step-by-Step Guide comprised of 11 modules (~10 pages each) • Each module includes: • Objective • Overview • Materials required • Step-by-Step guide • Case example • Supporting templates and tools
  12. 12. How do we get there?CARE Guide to M&E for Value Chain Initiatives ModulesM1: M&E System Client Mapping M6: Developing Analysis and Feedback LoopsM2: Developing, Reviewing & Refining M7: Conducting a Reality Checkyour Causal ModelM3: Assess the Initiative’s M&E M8: Integrate Other Design FeaturesResources & Capacity into the M&EM4: Select Performance Indicators M9: Training and Capacity BuildingM5: Select Data Collection Tools M10: Reviewing and Refining M11: Evaluation & Impact Studies
  13. 13. Here’s an example from Module 1.
  14. 14. Here’s an example from Module 1.
  15. 15. Draft Universal Indicators for VC Initiatives Domain Indicators Increased # of poor individuals (those living below PPP $1 / day) that are directly and indirectly Scale of impacted by our value chain interventions. Impact Income # of CARE IG members that have transitioned from below to above the poverty line (PPP$1 poverty / day or national poverty line).* reduction Total and % increase in annual income among IG members from productive activity supported by CARE.* Cost- Ratio of total income gains from productive activity supported to total expenditures at effectiveness project conclusion.* Sustainability % change in value of transactions between IG members and other market actors at project of Market conclusion. Change % change in VC actors reporting increased importance of other targeted VC actors to their success. Women’s % men and women reporting meaningful participation of women in decision-making at the Empowerment household level in a domain previously reserved for men % men and women reporting meaningful participation of women in the public sphere % men and women reporting ability of women to effectively control productive assets Average number of hours per day spent on house work in relation to the duration of the working day, by sex
  16. 16. Effective M&E for Value Chain Initiatives in Practice CASE STUDYStrengthening the Dairy Value Chain Project CARE Bangladesh
  17. 17. Want to Learn More?Multiple ways to continue the discussion and continue learning: • Review the CARE Guide to M&E for Value Chain Programming: http://edu.care.org/Pages/NewMandEforValueChainsGuide.aspx • Join a task force to review and refine the universal indicators. Contact nardi@careinternational.org • Join the Market Engagement Community of Practice on LinkedIn to engage in the discussion: http://linkd.in/GzCSBa • Subscribe to our listserv to get weekly updates and stay on top of CARE’s Market Engagement work. Contact: mreichwage@care.org.
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