GIS and DASHBOARD SALOHI SALOHI Strengthening and Accessing Livelihood Opportunities for Household Impact (July 2009 – September 2014)Malawi, June 18 – 22, 2012
1. SALOHI OVERVIEW Overview • GOAL: Reduce food insecurity in 98.500 households located in 21 districts in the East and South of Madagascar by 2014 • SO1: Improve the nutrition and health status of 96.000 children under five • SO2: Improve livelihood conditions of 82.000 food insecure households • SO3: Strengthen resilience of 592 communities • Cross – Cutting : Gender, Environmental management, Governance and Partnership • Intervention Zones: 592 Communities, in 112 communes, 21 Districts, and 7 Regions • Consortium : CRS-ADRA-CARE-LOL
2. SALOHI-GIS : Global Objectives G.I.S Facilitate the global Where are the intervention comprehension of sites ? the SALOHI Program What activities have been and the decision- realized by the Program? making process by Where were the activities graphically implemented ? representing the Where has the program intervention zones, done more ? Where has it levels of results done less? How have the activities obtained, and the and/or achieved results intervention’s evolved over time? impact.
2. SALOHI-GIS : Specific Objectives G.I.S Make available a map database (boundaries of Regions, Districts, and Communes) Make available a structured statistical database containing data related to Program results across Regions, Districts, Communes, and Fokontany (Community) Produce thematic maps showing Program results, their geographic location, and the linkages between them to facilitate the process of drawing conclusions and decision
2. SALOHI-GIS : Thematic Map G.I.S (Community with Food For Asset – Road Rehabilitation – Community with DPMP) • FKT: Community • FKT –GRC : Community with DRR Committees • FKT-DPMP : Community with DPMP • FKT-SAP : Community Based Early Warning • FKT-FFA : Community with Food Distribution
3. SALOHI–Dashboard : Global Objectives Dashboard The dashboard aids members of the technical team to: Understand the trimestral evolution of obtained results according to key indicators Identify and capitalize best practices based on high rates of success over the course of a determined time period Identify and analyze the constraints or obstacles to achieving certain results Reflect on the future actions to be taken to improve results
3. SALOHI–Dashboard : Key elements Dashboard Monitoring of the implementation of activities: Completion rates of planned activities Monitoring of immediate results: Success rates of results by key indicators Monitoring of financial performance: Rates of financial performance by SALOHI budget category
3. SALOHI–Dashboard : Process of updating Dashboard Monitoring of the Frequency: implementation of activities: quarterly Using reports and DIPs from Sources of data: partners Monitoring of immediate – Partner DIPs results: Quarterly synthesis of – Partner activity data according to the key reports indicators – SALOHI database Monitoring of financial – Quarterly financial performance: Quarterly reports operating data on financial performance
3. SALOHI–Dashboard : Example Dashboard • Monitoring of the completion of activities - Monitoring of financial performance by budget category – by budget activities 8- Nombre de fkt disposant de PACOM GRC Prévision Année Prévision TRIM1 Réalisation TRIM1 FY11 CRS 104 20 28 BDEM 38 9 22 FITEA 8 4 4 ODDER 32 2 0 CARITAS 26 5 2 ANALYSIS AND DECISION MAKING What are the success factors for the implementation of timely activities? What are the constraints causing the late implementation of activities? What are the lessons learned in respect to the schedule? What are the constraints and obstacles causing poor results? What are the improvements to be made?
3. SALOHI–Dashboard : Reflections Dashboard (Strengths - Weaknesses • The information necessary for the Teams will be • Data Update irregular analyzed and indentifies • Data not collected on • A combination of geographic of statistics and time qualitative information on the dynamics of activities for each SALOHI component • Data circuit system • A new tool for decision support to guide action. not respected • A pair of glasses to give a common overview of the • Ineffective use of simple or the complex problems faced by staff dashboard for some during the implementation activities as well as to technical staff give off their strengths, weaknesses and prospects for action. • The Dashboard implemented at M&E Team permit to give the information and the program’s progress for the Direction Team and the Manger Team so they can make a better decision for their management. • Quarterly dissemination of SALOHI partner performance.
3. SALOHI–Dashboard : Reflections Dashboard (Opportunities) – (Lessons/Recommendations) –(Challenge) • The dashboard is used by • The implementation SALOHI as a dashboard system was communication tool for must a participatory results restitution during approach with technical the regional Town Hall staff, the partner Staff Meeting – Communal during the processes, the and community Town data entry and the data Hall Meeting analysis • Existence of the SALOHI • Use dashboards for DataBase to produce data decision making for Key Indicators • Promote to use the ICT4D solutions for the Data collection • Promote the use of M&E data for the program management