Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of programmes and projects is of high priority as it adds value for the development. Effective, transparent and comparable M&E must therefore take place to further determine the inherent benefits, risks and limitations of projects and programmes.
Besides other numerous benefits, monitoring and evaluation provides the consolidated source of information showcasing project progress. It also allows the stakeholders learn from each other’s experiences, building on expertise and knowledge.
CHEF International has been providing monitoring evaluation services to demonstrate impact with robust data collection and rigorous analysis of outcomes. Setting appropriate outcome indicators enables to assess the economic and social impact of organizational projects and programmes. Establishing these from the outset helps an organization measure progress and achievement effectively.
CHEF International comprehensive range of monitoring and evaluation services have remained the cornerstone of the following projects;
- Afghanistan project sponsored by international donors (2009-2013)
- National Trachoma Services project (2007-2012)
- Emergency response project (floods 2010)
- Health, education and water & sanitation project