Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is an important component of project management. Often grouped together, monitoring and evaluation are separate but complementary areas which assess performance according to results at various levels. They contribute to efficient implementation and use of funds, in turn ensuring that the broader project goals are met.
The first five years of life are the most important in human development, establishing the foundation of a person’s cognitive, physical, social, and emotional capacity. Chronic illness, including HIV, as well as inadequate nutrition and a lack of opportunities to learn compromises this development and can result in a child falling behind, with life-long results.
Organizations, like people who succeed, do not give up if they fall down. They dust themselves off and find the courage to re-engage, without losing sight of the positive future they want to create.
Jan 27, 2014: View a video regarding the Limpopo River Basin by the Inter Press Service News Agency, featuring an interview with USAID RESILIM Chief of Party and Outreach and Communication Specialist. Read more.
SAREP supports Angolan communities to benefit from their natural resources
Last updated: March 19, 2015