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On the Right Track: A Brief Review of Monitoring and Evaluation in the Humanitarian Sector


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Resource type:Research, reports and studies
Keywords:Evaluation-related, Evidence, Monitoring
Agency:ACF - Action Against Hunger, Consortium of British Humanitarian Agencies
Author(s):Guerrero, S., Woodhead, S. and Hounjet, M.
Date published:2013


The review sets out to answer two main questions: how does the humanitarian sector currently use monitoring and evaluation to measure the quality of its work and how did it get here? (…) the review focuses on three major forces shaping the answers to these questions; the intentions of humanitarian organisations, the choices made along the way, and the way in which monitoring and evaluation data is collected and used to measure quality


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