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Note: the results of this discussion are available at: http://www.slideshare.net/marketfacil/systemic-mand-e-synthesis-31jan2013
This is the first version of the paper that we will use to promote debate, reflection and progress around the systemic M&E initiative. The initiative’s main objective is to promote a rethink of how we measure our impacts on market systems and their evolution towards more inclusion, productivity and efficiency (i.e. how do we know that the markets systems we work with are actually going to continue reducing poverty and protecting the environment even after we have left the scene).
The paper is a live document and it is intended to evolve with the conversations that donors, academic researchers, and practitioners working in inclusive market development and finance/microfinance development. Most of these conversations will take place in MaFI, in USAID’s Microlinks (23-25 Oct, 2012) and the SEEP 2012 Annual Conference. Your comments and questions are welcome (please use the comments box here).
The systemic M&E is one of the concrete solutions proposed by the MaFI-festo (http://slidesha.re/mafifesto2) to make international development cooperation more facilitation-friendly, and therefore, more cost-effective.