Monitoring and evaluation


Monitoring and evaluation are an essential step in the project cycle, with two basic purposes: to enable accountability regarding the cost-effectiveness of the programme, and to learn lessons that can either be translated into changes in the ongoing programme, or be used for the benefit of future programmes.

Highlighted projects:



Évaluation et capitalisation du Projet Santé 9ème FED
Congo, The Democratic Republic Of The | EU | 2012

DR Congo – European Commission - € 61 605 - 2012
The goal of the project was strengthening the Ministry of Public Health and its role as prime contractor, in the four targeted provinces, contributing to the improvement of the health of the population by increasing the quality and accessibility of health services. The team assessed the context and current (health) situation of the country; evaluated the 9th EDF Health Programme according to the 5 DAC criteria (sustainability, effectiveness, efficiency, impact, relevance); and provided the Client with conclusions and made recommendations.

Evaluation of the Call for Proposals for the "Support to the Local Economic Development"
Bosnia and Herzegovina | EU | 2013

Bosnia and Herzegovina – European Commission - € 72 543 – 2013
The objective of the assignment was to assess the contribution of IPA programme for Economic Development to stimulating the sustainable economic development and to provide the guidelines for the follow-up self-evaluation process for the assessed series of Small and Medium Enterprises and local economic development related to EU support programmes.

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