Last call: conference on improving the use of M&E processes and findings 20-21 March. Register now.
Over the last decade, attention for monitoring and evaluation (M&E) in international development has grown explosively. Organisations want to know if resources have been spent well, and whether citizens’ lives have been improved. Policy makers and strategy managers, on the other hand, seek evidence to shape new policies and strategies or scale up successful ones, and programme managers need to understand progress to improve effectiveness.
M&E professionals must ensure these diverse information needs are met. Libraries of data and reports are generated to feed the diverse M&E information needs. However, are these data used to improve the intervention or sector? And has the M&E process itself been influential? How much of the generated data and what aspects are being used, how, by whom and for what purposes? Under what conditions are M&E data or processes useful?
M&E on the cutting edge
This conference is part of our series of yearly ‘M&E on the cutting edge’ events. It will be held on 20-21 March 2014 in Wageningen, the Netherlands. The conference will particularly look at under what conditions the use of M&E processes and findings can be improved.
We look forward to see you!