• Medientyp: E-Book
  • Titel: Building Monitoring and Evaluation Capacity in Young Systems : The Experiences of Rwanda, Vietnam, and Yemen
  • Beteiligte: Hwang, Helena [VerfasserIn]
  • Erschienen: World Bank Group, Washington, DC, 2014
  • Umfang: 1 Online-Ressource
  • Sprache: Nicht zu entscheiden
  • Schlagwörter: ACCESS TO INFORMATION ; ACCOUNTABILITY ; ACCOUNTABILITY ARRANGEMENTS ; ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISMS ; ACCOUNTABILITY RELATIONSHIPS ; ACCOUNTABILITY REQUIREMENTS ; ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEMS ; AGRICULTURAL SECTOR ; AID EFFECTIVENESS ; ANNUAL BUDGET ; ANNUAL BUDGETING ; ANNUAL BUDGETING PROCESS ; ANNUAL PLANS ; ANNUAL REPORT ; ANNUAL REPORTS ; BASIC SERVICES ; BLOCK GRANTS ; BUDGET ALLOCATION ; BUDGET ALLOCATIONS ; BUDGET COVERAGE ; BUDGET DECISIONS ; BUDGET DEPARTMENT ; BUDGET EXECUTION ; BUDGET INFORMATION ; [...]
  • Beschreibung: This study is funded by the Governance Partnership Facility to better understand country experiences with building monitoring and evaluation (M&E) capacity to identify paths to success and obstacles to reform. For every country, whether recently emerging from conflict, low-income, or Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), M&E is critical to evidence-based policymaking, budget decisions, management, and accountability, all elements of good governance. Building M&E capacity in fragile and conflict-affected states is not a well-documented topic, although analysts generally agree that even in these challenging contexts, countries can set up monitoring capabilities, albeit with heavy donor support. This study aims to strengthen the knowledge base by synthesizing and comparing the experiences of Rwanda, Vietnam, and Yemen in building capacity for their recently established M&E systems. The study also draws comparisons with Mexico's more well-developed M&E system. This paper is directed to policymakers, development workers, donors, and other supporters of M&E research, operations, and activities. The author envision that providing country case studies on implementing M&E programs in difficult circumstances will contribute to a South-South knowledge exchange for key stakeholders who are working to advance newly established M&E systems in their own countries
  • Anmerkungen: Africa
    East Asia and Pacific
    Middle East and North Africa
    Rwanda
    Vietnam
    Yemen, Republic of
    English
    en_US
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