Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
In recent years, we have significantly improved the quality of our monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) systems. Baseline and end-line KAP (Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices) surveys are conducted at the start and end of all new projects so we can measure qualitative change, such as community attitudes to a girl’s right to education.
We have also developed our first organisational MEL framework, alongside our Theory of Change, so we can measure the impact of projects on an on-going basis and make any adjustments necessary to planned activities. This should allow us to further improve our impact and ability to collect evidence and learning from our work.