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Author:Ramlatu Attah, Valentina Barca, Ian MacAuslan, Luca Pellerano, Luigi Peter Ragno, Nils Riemenschneider, Claire Simon
Subject: Social Protection and CCTs
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Abstract: “’It is tempting—but dangerous—to view M&E as having inherent value. The value of M&E does not come simply from conducting M&E or from having such information available’, but from “using the information to help improve government performance” (Mackay 2007). When set up appropriately, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems can support policymaking, performance budgeting and planning; help to manage activities; and enhance transparency and accountability. In the context of social protection programmes, M&E can play a critical role in improving programme design (including building synergies with other sectoral policies), solving problems in programme implementation and aiding decision-making (e.g. prioritising and budgeting), while also fostering the political and social support needed for scaling up from pilots to nationally owned programmes.”(…)

keywords: Move beyond, Impact Evaluation, Trap, Comprehensiv,e M&E Systems, Social Protection Programmes
Date Publication: 07/10/2015 - 14:00
Type/Issue: One Pager / 298
ISSN: 2318-9118
Language: English