General M&E Resources:
The Intrac M&E Universe - A set of online learning resources covering a range of M&E topics. Includes useful guides on how to develop logical frameworks and theories of change. Some resources are available in multiple languages.
LSHTM resource list- a list of useful resources on process evaluations.
ALNAP resources - A set of resources on how to improve M&E within humanitarian response.
Wash’Em M&E guide - a short brief with advice on how to do M&E during outbreaks and humanitarian crises.
M&E Templates - Tools4Dev provides several templates for assessments throughout the project cycle including an M&E plan template and an M&E Framework template.
COVID-19 M&E resources:
WHO COVID-19 M&E Framework - This is a general framework not specific to hygiene or preventative projects.
Doing fieldwork in a pandemic - This is a guide to social research methods. It focuses mainly on settings where technology access is high.
CartONG overview on how to adapt monitoring during the COVID-19 pandemic - This detailed document is designed with humanitarians in mind and provides an overview of key principles for remote data collection and practical considerations for remote methods.
SAVE guidance on monitoring in insecure environments - Although developed prior to COVID-19, this document is very relevant to the current circumstances and describes challenges and mitigation options for lots of remote data collection tools.
ODI's tips for collecting primary data in a Covid-19 era - This live repository brings together experiences of, and resources for, collecting remote primary data.
M&E online training course:
Disaster Ready - a range of courses on all aspects of monitoring, evaluation learning and accountability.
Global Health Learning Centre - M&E Fundamentals
Poverty Action Lab- a range of courses on impact evaluations, surveys and evaluating social projects.
Save the Children - an open course on all aspects of Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL).
RedR- RedR are currently adapting some of the face-to-face teaching on M&E for online use.
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Author: Sian White
Reviewed by: Peter Winch, Katie Greenland, Karine Le Roch
Version Date: 28.5.2020