Publication: Monitoring and Evaluation for Results : Lessons from Uganda
Hauge, Arild O.
Recent experience with monitoring and evaluation (M&E) in Uganda has shown how M&E can be developed to contribute to national capacity building, rather than become a demanding, but unproductive data collection exercise. Symptoms of M&E overload have been addressed by assigning coordination responsibility to the Office of the Prime Minister. Prospects are now improving for aligning M&E capacity with strengthening cost-effectiveness and achievement of value for money in service delivery.
“Hauge, Arild O.; Mackay, Keith. 2004. Monitoring and Evaluation for Results : Lessons from Uganda. Capacity Enhancement Briefs; No. 3. © World Bank, Washington, DC. http://openknowledge.worldbank.org/entities/publication/da4ba438-c457-58df-af14-aa4e81746733 License: CC BY 3.0 IGO.”