Monitoring is Hard

Project staff need a regular flow of accurate information to make better decisions. For instance, they need to know if particular communities or villages are not responding well to initiatives, if there are leakages in funds, or if a new initiative is showing lackluster progress. These “everyday” decisions can be informed by high quality, high frequency data.

 

ARTICLES RELATED TO THIS PRINCIPLE

May 2017
Videos: Data for communities
Strengthening community driven decisions
Videos: Data for communities
Strengthening community driven decisions
Apr 2017
Can quick project data also be reliable data for action?
Action learning in complex large-scale interventions can be used to complement monitoring
Can quick project data also be reliable data for action?
Action learning in complex large-scale interventions can be used to complement monitoring
Apr 2017
Videos: Community nutrition initiative
Supporting grassroots decision making
Videos: Community nutrition initiative
Supporting grassroots decision making
Apr 2017
Process Monitoring in Tamil Nadu
Regular feedback helps maintain project quality especially when scaling-up quickly
Process Monitoring in Tamil Nadu
Regular feedback helps maintain project quality especially when scaling-up quickly