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Monitoring and Evaluation Wiki

Moderated by: Alexandra Pittman

 

 

Overview of the M&E Compendium 

The aim of this wiki is to stimulate experience sharing and build a body of practical knowledge and experience of M&E in terms of measuring gender equality (or other related human rights issues). To that end, we have two primary sections, the first section is for individuals working on M&E or assessments to share thoughts, struggles, or successes for other members of the community to share. This is a space to pose questions or offer advice and to gain feedback from colleagues around the world. The second section is a compendium with descriptions of major M&E frameworks, approaches, and tools used to track social change and justice, along with the link to their original source. We also provide a brief overview and critical analysis of the strengths and weaknesses. The strengths and weaknesses analysis have been written from the perspective of trying to capture the complexity of changes related to women’s rights work, building on the work of Capturing Changes in Women's Realities. There are also case studies of different techniques for deeper discussion and experience exchange as well. 

 

The Compendium is intended to be a living document, and this is the beginning stage of that life. Together we can make it evolve into a more effective resource for different communities. We encourage your active participation to shaping its contents to fit your needs and aims.

 

If you have other frameworks, approaches, or tools that you would like to add to the Compendium please provide your own summary, strength and weakness analysis, and links to the original source. You can either upload it yourself or send it to me for upload. In addition, if your organization has worked with any of the approaches, please feel free to add your own experiences, assessments, and critiques in the comments section, share your thoughts and experiences in Part 1, or add directly to the bulleted list of strengths/weaknesses in the summary itself. The more information we share about the approaches and tools and their past and potential uses, the stronger our M&E practices will become.

 

Enjoy,

Alexandra 

 

PART 1

 

M&E Troubleshooting

Promising M&E Practices (related to change in complex architectures, advocacy, etc) 

 

PART 2

I. CAUSAL FRAMEWORKS

 

A. LOGICAL FRAME APPROACH

1. SMART Project Planning MDG3 Fund

2. Jim Rugh/CARE's Rosetta Stone of Logical Frameworks 

 

B. RESULTS BASED MANAGEMENT APPROACH

1. World Bank Monitoring and Evaluation for Poverty Reduction

2. WFN's Making the Case

 

C. THEORY OF CHANGE FRAMEWORK

1. Keystone Theory of Change and Impact Planning, Assessment, and Learning

2. Planned Parenthood’s “Steps Toolkit” 

3. WLP/ADFM Women's Leadership Program Evaluation

4. Realist Evaluation

5. Act Knowledge

 

II. CONTRIBUTION BASED FRAMEWORKS

 

A. OUTCOME MAPPING

1. IDRC Outcome Mapping

2. The Secondary Teacher Training Environmental Education Program’s (St2eep) Outcome Mapping

 

B. PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES

1. Who Counts Reality?

2. Listen First's Public and Stakeholder Accountability Frameworks

3. Most Significant Change

4. Pilot Test of Most Significant Change (Oxfam Novib)

5. Action Aid ALPS

 

III. GENDER ANALYSIS FRAMEWORKS

 

A. GENDER ANALYSIS

1. The Harvard Analytical Framework or Gender Roles Framework

2. The Moser Gender Planning Framework

3. Gender Analysis Matrix

4. Women’s Empowerment Framework

5. Social Relations Approach

 

IV. SYSTEMS THINKING AND COMPLEXITY FRAMEWORKS

1. Complexity Science and Social Change

 

V. HYBRID FRAMEWORKS

 

A. ADVOCACY ANALYSIS

1. Barbara Klugman (2009) Advocacy Analysis

2. Michael Patton (2009) Measuring Advocacy Strategies

 

B. NETWORK ANALYSIS

1. Wilson-Grau and Nuñez Network Analysis

 

C. HYBRID EXAMPLES

1. AWID M&E Framework

2. Women’s Learning Partnership (WLP) M&E Framework

3. HIVOS Twaweza Program Evaluation

4. Association for Progressive Communication’s (APC) GEM

5. Drishti Centre for Integral Action, Integral M&E Framework

 

VI. MISCELLANEOUS TOOLS AND INDICATORS

 

A. TOOLS

1. SADC Gender Protocol Baseline Barometer

2. InterAction’s Gender Audit

3. Pro-poor Measurement Tool

 

B. COMPILATIONS OF GENDER INDICATORS

1. World Bank's Empowerment Indicators

2. USAID/IGWG/Measure Evaluate's Violence against Women Indicators

3. IDS Bridge Gender and Indicators Pack

 

C. CIVIL SOCIETY AND SOCIAL CHANGE COMPILATIONS

1. Foundation Center’s TRASI Database

2. UNDP Civil Society Assessments

 

VII. GENERAL RESOURCES ON METHODS

1. Overview of Evaluation Types

2. Measuring Social Impact

3. Reflections on Measuring Development

4. Measuring Development

 

 

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