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Identifying Monitoring Questions from your Program Logic
Overview of the Process
When you want to evaluate your project delivery and design
	You may have the following evaluation questions:
Was the proje...
When you want to evaluate your project delivery and design
	You may have the following evaluation questions:
Was the proje...
Review the program logic...
And identify monitoring questions and indicators….
How is it done? 
This is the monitoring question that we could ask…..
How is it done? 
This is the activity that we want to monitor and evaluate…..
How is it done? 
This is the indicator that could be collected to answer the question. Other indicators could include: tim...
Another example…Outputs 
This is the output that we want to monitor and evaluate…..
Another example…Outputs 
These are the monitoring question that we could ask…..
Another example…Outputs 
These are the indicators that could be collected to answer the questions. This would allow us to ...
Short-term outcomes 
This is the short-term outcome that we want to monitor and evaluate…..
This is the monitoring questio...
Intermediate and long-term outcomes
The boundary of an evaluation may often be limited to short-term outcomes.
A longitudi...
Longer term outcomes may require a longitudinal evaluation
It is important to determine the boundary and scope of your eva...
Use the monitoring questions and indicators to guide the development of your Monitoring and Evaluation Plan.
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  1. 1. Identifying Monitoring Questions from your Program Logic
  2. 2. Overview of the Process
  3. 3. When you want to evaluate your project delivery and design You may have the following evaluation questions: Was the project delivered as planned?, or Was the theory of change supported?
  4. 4. When you want to evaluate your project delivery and design You may have the following evaluation questions: Was the project delivered as planned?, or Was the theory of change supported? Look at the steps in your program logic, and identify what relevant monitoring questions fit under the evaluation questions, and what indicators would provide the answers?
  5. 5. Review the program logic...
  6. 6. And identify monitoring questions and indicators….
  7. 7. How is it done? This is the monitoring question that we could ask…..
  8. 8. How is it done? This is the activity that we want to monitor and evaluate…..
  9. 9. How is it done? This is the indicator that could be collected to answer the question. Other indicators could include: time required to develop templates, funds spent on development of templates, number of templates produced vs number planned to be produced etc…..
  10. 10. Another example…Outputs This is the output that we want to monitor and evaluate…..
  11. 11. Another example…Outputs These are the monitoring question that we could ask…..
  12. 12. Another example…Outputs These are the indicators that could be collected to answer the questions. This would allow us to make a judgement (evaluation) as to whether the templates were being use, whether they were being used by the target group (intended audience), and whether the templates were useful.
  13. 13. Short-term outcomes This is the short-term outcome that we want to monitor and evaluate….. This is the monitoring question that we could ask….. This is the indicator that could be collected to answer the question. This could be collected by an online user survey.
  14. 14. Intermediate and long-term outcomes The boundary of an evaluation may often be limited to short-term outcomes. A longitudinal evaluation may be require to monitor and evaluate intermediate and long-term outcomes. This can be identified in your M&E plan.
  15. 15. Longer term outcomes may require a longitudinal evaluation It is important to determine the boundary and scope of your evaluation
  16. 16. Use the monitoring questions and indicators to guide the development of your Monitoring and Evaluation Plan. Next Step
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