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Technical Consortium Theme 3: Monitoring and evaluation for enhanced resilience—Summary review and key emergent issues

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Technical Consortium Theme 3: Monitoring and evaluation for enhanced resilience—Summary review and key emergent issues

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Presented by Katie Downie at the IGAD/Global Alliance Technical Meeting on Resilience in the Horn of Africa, Addis Ababa, 23-24 March 2015

Presented by Katie Downie at the IGAD/Global Alliance Technical Meeting on Resilience in the Horn of Africa, Addis Ababa, 23-24 March 2015

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Technical Consortium Theme 3: Monitoring and evaluation for enhanced resilience—Summary review and key emergent issues

  1. 1. 1 Technical Consortium Theme 3: Monitoring & Evaluation for Enhanced Resilience: Summary review and key emergent issues Presentation for the IGAD/Global Alliance Technical Meeting on Resilience in the Horn of Africa, Addis Ababa, 23-24 March 2015 Katie Downie
  2. 2. 2 • Lots of work ongoing on M&E in the region by many agencies at many levels, lack of coherence on agreed agendas, timelines and goals between various actors (avoid duplication of effort and promote synergies) and lack of a comprehensive, systematic learning and feedback process (knowledge management strategies for M&E) • Still measuring impact towards SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT goals and not ENHANCED RESILIENCE • Donors need to support multi-year sustained funding research agendas and the subsequent essential empirical trialing and testing of theories for application • Donor and development partner coordination groups should form consensus on M&E guidelines going forward and strongly recommend that agencies adhere to these, ie., agreement on essential 5 or 6 indicators to monitor in a given context Summary Key Issues
  3. 3. 3M&E Agenda in the Horn of Africa
  4. 4. 4 Donors need to support multi-year funded research programmes to explore the following: Better understanding of causal relationships between projects, investments, interventions and outcomes signifying resilience (application of theory of change). M&E Going Forward
  5. 5. 5Diagram of the THEORY of CHANGE
  6. 6. 6 Need to have a clear picture of the status of data (baseline data and measurement application): • Disaggregation (data is available in disaggregated form) • Aggregation potential (while context-specific indicators may be used for particular studies, the preference here will be for indicators which are broadly relevant, can used for comparison to other communities/regions/countries, and can be aggregated for higher levels of analysis) • Frequency (data is available in time series, collected incorporating seasonality, indicator sensitivity) • Ease and cost of access to and if necessary, cost of collection • Quality and conceptual applicability (high quality data, statistically and methodologically sound, and indicators provide a clear and application for measurement framework) Appropriate Data
  7. 7. 7 More knowledge regarding what types of projects and investments can increase a population’s absorptive, adaptive and transformational capacities. Which projects enhance which resilience capacities?
  8. 8. 8 Links and statistical significance of relationships between wellbeing outcomes and absorptive, adaptive and transformational resilience capacities at household, community, sub-national, national and regional levels. 1. Does greater household resilience capacity reduce the negative impact of shocks on well- being outcomes? 2. Does shock exposure have a negative impact on food security and child nutritional status? 3. Does greater resilience capacity have a positive impact on these outcomes? Causal inferences & resilience pathways
  9. 9. 9 Do the indicators presented by the agencies in the paper equate to enhanced resilience capacities? Must come to some sort of consensus and harmonization on top line indicators and measurement frameworks & methodologies. Donors and development partners should assist in the standardization of application for M&E. Top-line Indicator Harmonization
  10. 10. 10 Researchers must link with development practitioners (NGOs) for the EMPIRICAL trialing and testing of theories and concepts - REAL DATA & APPLICATION using data from, ie., NGO projects, investments in the IGAD member states’ Ending Drought Emergencies ASAL Investment Plans – this requires sustained multi-year funded programmes. Empirical trialing and testing & scaling out and up

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