Monitoring and Evaluation - The Pride Project



In 2006, the PRIDE Project developed a Monitoring and Evaluation Framework (MEF).   The MEF is the primary reference tool for monitoring and evaluation of PRIDE, and contains information on monitoring and evaluation principles, arrangements, responsibilities and expected outcomes.   Following training in the MEF at the National Project Coordinators Workshop in October 2006, it was agreed that PRIDE should develop an operational handbook to:   

Bring together the practical elements of PRIDE’s monitoring and evaluation system, such as tools and reporting formats 

Provide guidelines to assist NPCs and project staff to undertake monitoring and evaluation, and 

Provide a reference for other users and future training sessions.    

Like the MEF, this handbook takes a ‘managing by results’ approach towards project and activity management.  The terminology used reflects this.  Key monitoring and evaluation concepts are introduced, along with a set of standardised tools for data collection and reporting.  These are linked to the regular PRIDE project management cycle, and the requirements of participating countries.  

To download the complete handbook in PDF format click here: 

To download the complete handbook in Word format click here: 

The handbook has been published for online use.  Bookmarks and links will allow you to access individual sections.

Section 1 Using the handbook.  PDF format Word format

Section 2 Guidelines for National Project Coordinators.   PDF format Word format

Section 3 Guidelines for PRIDE Office Staff.   PDF format Word format

Section 4 Tools and Templates.   PDF format  Word format






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