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  •  Annual performance review  WORKSHOP 1-4 March 2009 Bangkok, Thailand
  • You have embarked in a long, adventurous journey…
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  • The first miles…. … . the next thousand ones.
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  • You will need directions!
  • … . Project Logframe Inputs Overall Goal Activities Outputs Project Purpose Assumptions Means of verification Indicators Objectives
  • The first miles…. Appraisal Report
  • Results-Oriented Annual Work Plan and Budget
  • Your Monitoring and Evaluation system
  • Your journey…. Activities Inputs Outcomes Outputs Impact
  • Best RBM practices
    • A clearly defined Logframe, with targets
    • A results-oriented AWPB
    • An M&E system that informs Project stakeholders on performance and issues
    • A Project Management that learns from M&E data to take corrective actions
    • A Project Management that is responsive to changes in the environment
    • A project that documents, and shares, lessons learned and best practices (KM)
  • How ?
    • Through regular data collection, and analysis, based on pre-determined indicators:
        • Project records (activities)
        • Service providers records
        • Communities/beneficiaries records
        • Field visits/observations
        • Surveys
        • Interviews
        • Focus groups discussions
  • What to avoid: data collected but not used!
  • Quantitative data versus qualitative data
    • Quantity:
    • 13,500 active borrowers (40% women)
    • Quality:
    • “ My husband wanted a new car, so I asked the MFI Officer. He told me that if I formed a group, I could access credit. So I asked all my friends and relatives to join me in a group, after which I got a loan from the MFI and my husband bought his car…”
    • A women beneficiary, Afghanistan
  • IFAD Results Information Management System (RIMS)
    • Baseline, Mid-term and Completion surveys
    • Annual reporting against a set of standard indicators
  • Project M&E data RIMS data