We offer Monitoring and Evaluation services especially to determine whether intended project or organizational objectives for specific activities have been met. Our Monitoring and Evaluation Model is based on the application of evaluation standards to the basic log frame
We use Randomized Controlled Trials (RCT) as an experimental form of impact evaluation in which the population receiving the intervention is chosen at random from the eligible population, and a control group is also chosen at random from the same eligible population. The helps to test the extent to which specific, planned impacts are being achieved. RCT's strengths is that it provides a very powerful response to questions of causality, helping evaluators and project/program implementer to know that what is being achieved is as a result of the intervention and not anything else.
- Baseline and End-line Studies
- Midterm evaluations
- Final evaluations
- Ex-post evaluations
We consistently apply proven world class models in the delivery of client services. This ensures that our services can be benchmarked from client to client and using international consulting best practice.We consistently apply proven world class models in the delivery of client services. This ensures that our services can be benchmarked from client to client and using international consulting best practice.- Management
We also offer Quality Assurance and Control Review Services. Our Monitoring and Evaluation area uses Results Based Monitoring and Evaluation system that uses a 10-point evaluation tool that even creates a sustainable M&E unit within a project or an organization, if it is so desired. We also undertake performance reviews and evaluations. RBM supports better performance and greater accountability of projects by applying a clear, logical framework to plan, manage and measure interventions with a focus on the results intended to achieve. By identifying in advance the intended results of a project/programme and how we can measure their progress, we can better manage a project/programme and determine whether a difference has genuinely been made for the beneficiaries.