Humanitarian Studies, Analysis, or Applications

USAID/OFDA monitors humanitarian assistance programs to ensure that assistance delivered during disaster responses save lives.
USAID/OFDA monitors humanitarian assistance programs to ensure that assistance delivered during disaster responses save lives and alleviate human suffering.
Lisa Gabriel, USAID/OFDA

Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) covers a range of data collection, assessment, and evaluation activities, as well as curricula for capacity building, data analysis, and reporting related to USAID program activities and policies. USAID partners continue to build a knowledge base of both methods and data for improved programming. Although reporting is a key component, M&E primarily serves as a way to systematically identify program objectives and the logic or pathway to achieving them, monitor progress toward achieving objectives, assess whether the activities resulted in outcomes, and document learning for future programming.

Humanitarian Studies, Analysis, or Applications Archive

Last updated: October 21, 2013

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