Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)

Athari supports M&E processes for learning, accountability and adaptive management. This include the development of M&E systems as well as the undertaking of mid and end of term evaluations

Examples of our experiences in monitoring and evaluation are listed below. For more information, do get in touch with us on athariadmin@athariadvisory.co.ke.

 

Work Experiences

Participatory design of effect and impact indicators of the ecological integrity of marine protected areas in central and south Pacific coasts (2014)
Client: MARVIVA foundation
Geographical Scope: Regional (Pacific coasts)
Athari Expert: Alejandro Imbach

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Evaluation of Closed Projects – Tanzania. Evaluation of seven closed Darwin Initiative projects in Tanzania to provide an external perspective on the extent and type of impact and legacy from Darwin Projects and to draw out lessons learned and best practices that account for legacy and impact (both positive and negative).  2006
Client: LTS International Limited
Geographical Scope: Local (Tanzania)
Athari Expert: Mine Pabari

 


Design and implementation of an M&E system (guidelines, formats and training) for IC Component of Project “Coastal Protection for Climate Change Adaptation in Caribbean Small Islands States”  (2017)
Client:  International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Geographical Scope: Regional, Caribbean Small Island States
Athari Expert: Alejandro Imbach


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Development of the Programme Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) plan (including facilitation of the stakeholder M&E planning workshop; design of data collection and analysis methods & tools etc) for the Zanzibar Agricultural Services Support Programme (ASSP) & Agricultural Livestock Development Programme (ASDP-L) (2008)
Development Partner(s): IFAD
Geographical Scope:  National (Zanzibar)
Client: Wageningen International, Center for Development Innovation
Athari Expert: Mine Pabari

Designing the Planning,Monitoring, Evaluation, and learning system of the Central American Women’s Fund, using a complexity approach and an adaptation of
Outcome Mapping, the Most Significant Change (MSC) technique and Outcome Harvesting. (2016)
Client: Central American Women’s Fund
Geographical Scope: N/A (Organizational)
Athari Expert: Natalia Ortiz