Effective program monitoring provides necessary information for whether a program needs to be adjusted, whether it is being implemented as planned, whether key standards are being met & whether it is on track to meet its overall objectives (Peacebuilding Evaluation Consortium). This Thematic Action Area is a collection of discussions, resources, events & more that provide knowledge & collaboration opportunities around program monitoring in conflict-affected settings.
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Program monitoring “is the process of regularly collecting data in order to inform decisions about program implementation” (Peacebuilding Evaluation Consortium).
Peacebuilding programs need to be highly responsive to the complexity of conflict contexts & the systems in which projects operate. Program monitoring for peacebuilding typically involves three main types: conflict monitoring, implementation monitoring & results monitoring (Peacebuilding Evaluation Consortium).
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For a list of organizations & groups working on program monitoring in conflict contexts, please see our Collaboration Map.
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Theme: Evaluation & Learning, General, Human Rights, Humanitarian & Emergency Response Programming, International Development, Peace & Security, Peace Impact Framework, Peacebuilding, Program Design, Program Monitoring, Women, Peace & Security
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