Monitoring and Evaluation
By Fiona and 5 others6 authors26 articles
What is the difference between monitoring and evaluation?
What is a ‘theory of change’ and how does it inform COVID-19 program monitoring and evaluation?
Which types of evaluations work best for COVID-19 hygiene projects?
Should we be tracking cases and mortality rates to understand whether our programmes are having an impact?
What if monitoring and evaluation processes show that my organisation's project didn’t work as expected?
What other resources are there on Monitoring and Evaluation?
What factors should organisations consider when deciding on data collection methods for COVID-19 response?
Should in-person data collection be considered during the COVID-19 pandemic?
How should organisations decide on appropriate and safe methods to assess hygiene behaviour outcomes?
Is it appropriate and safe to conduct structured observations of household handwashing behaviour?
Is it appropriate and safe to conduct household level spot checks of handwashing facilities?
Is it appropriate and safe to conduct structured observations and spot checks at public facilities?
What are the benefits and limitations of using self-reported handwashing outcome measures?
Decision Tree - How to choose between household observations, spot-checks and self-reported behaviour outcome measures?
What aspects of COVID-19 programming are useful to explore qualitatively?
How can qualitative data collection be done remotely?
What quantitative measures can be used to measure handwashing behaviour, mask use or physical distancing?
How can quantitative data collection be done remotely?
What are the practical considerations of doing remote quantitative and qualitative data collection?
How can we ensure that participants are truly informed when they consent to take part in a remote data collection activity?
What tools are available to aid organisations in acting ethically while learning from communities?
Does my organisation need to consider the ethical implications and risk of data collection during the COVID-19 pandemic?