Asif kabani presentation diploma in project management week 8 monitoring and evaluation for results in project

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Asif kabani presentation diploma in project management week 8 monitoring and evaluation for results in project

  1. 1. “Working Efficiently and Accurately in Projects” Asif Kabani, Resource Person Email: kabani.asif@gmail.com
  2. 2. 26-29 March 2012  Monitoring and Evaluation for Results  Strategies and Techniques of M&E  The Final Exam 28-March  Project – Presentation by Group 29-March  15 min group presentation + 5 min Q&A ◦ Child Rights ◦ HRD ◦ BIOWeeds ◦ WASH ◦ School and Literacy Training ◦ Police ◦ Etc,Connect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
  3. 3. Monitoring Group and and Individual Evaluation of Presentations Project Submission of Final ProjectConnect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
  4. 4. Articles, Books, Calendar, Publication and report – Knowledge Bank and Presentation Sweets and Good for Participants Connect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
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  7. 7. Submit your Group Project And Project Documents (Formal)Connect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
  8. 8. “Working Efficiently and Accurately in Projects” Asif Kabani, Resource Person Email: kabani.asif@gmail.com
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  16. 16. “Working Efficiently and Accurately in Projects” Asif Kabani, Resource Person Email: kabani.asif@gmail.com
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  18. 18. Monitoring is the routine collection and analysis of information to track progress against set plans and check compliance to established standards. It helps identify trends and patterns, adapt strategies and inform decisions for project management.Connect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
  19. 19. Make a list of 5 types of Monitoring Explain 2-3 with the help of your groupConnect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
  20. 20. Results monitoring tracks effects and impacts. This is where monitoring merges with evaluation to determine if the project/programme is on target towards its intended results (outputs, outcomes, impact) and whether there may be any unintended impact (positive or negative). For example, a psychosocial project may monitor that its community activities achieve the outputs that contribute to community resilience and ability to recover from a disaster.Connect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
  21. 21. Process (activity) monitoring tracks the use of inputs and resources, the progress of activities and the delivery of outputs. It examines how activities are delivered – the efficiency in time and resources. It is often conducted in conjunction with compliance monitoring and feeds into the evaluation of impact. For example, a water and sanitation project may monitor that targeted households receive septic systems according to schedule.Connect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
  22. 22. Compliance monitoring ensures compliance with donor regulations and expected results, grant and contract requirements, local governmental regulations and laws, and ethical standards. For example, a shelter project may monitor that shelters adhere to agreed national and international safety standards in construction.Connect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
  23. 23. Context (situation) monitoring tracks the setting in which the project/programme operates, especially as it affects identified risks and assumptions, but also any unexpected considerations that may arise. It includes the field as well as the larger political, institutional, funding, and policy context that affect the project/programme. For example, a project in a conflict-prone area may monitor potential fighting that could not only affect project success but endanger project staff and volunteers.Connect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
  24. 24. Beneficiary monitoring tracks beneficiary perceptions of a project/programme. It includes beneficiary satisfaction or complaints with the project/programme, including their participation, treatment, access to resources and their overall experience of change. Sometimes referred to as beneficiary contact monitoring (BCM), it often includes a stakeholder complaints and feedback mechanism It should take account of different population groups as well as the perceptions of indirect beneficiaries (e.g. community members not directly receiving a good or service). For example, a cash-forwork programme assisting community members after a natural disaster may monitor how they feel about the selection of programme participants, the payment of participants and the contribution the programme is making to the community (e.g. are these equitable?).Connect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
  25. 25. Financial monitoring accounts for costs by input and activity within predefined categories of expenditure. It is often conducted in conjunction with compliance and process monitoring. For example, a livelihoods project implementing a series of micro-enterprises may monitor the money awarded and repaid, and ensure implementation is according to the budget and time frame.Connect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
  26. 26. Organizational monitoring tracks the sustainability, institutional development and capacity building in the project/programme and with its partners. It is often done in conjunction with the monitoring processes of the larger, implementing organization. For example, a National Society’s headquarters may use organizational monitoring to track communication and collaboration in project implementation among its branches and chapters.Connect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
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  28. 28. Use A 4 Paper Explain 3 type of Monitoring that Can be used In Project Management Answer in context of your group ProjectConnect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
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  40. 40.  Data collection, analysis and reporting should strive for a balanced representation of any potentially vulnerable or marginalized groups.  Particular attention should be given to a gender-balanced representation.Connect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
  41. 41.  Bias occurs when the accuracy and precision of a measurement is threatened by the experience, perceptions and assumptions of the researcher, or by the tools and approaches used for measurement and analysis.  Accuracy means that the data measures what it is intended to measure.  Precision means that data measurement can be repeated accurately and consistently over time and by different people. For instance, if we use a survey to measures people’s attitudes for a baseline study, two years later the same survey should be administered during an endline study in the same way for precision.Connect: Asif KabaniSkype: kabaniasif | facebook: kabani.asif
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  43. 43. “Working Efficiently and Accurately in Projects” Asif Kabani, Resource Person Email: kabani.asif@gmail.com
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