Regular monitoring and evaluation of programme activities is critical to ensure that implementation of programmes remains focused on the ultimate goal of ensuring safety for women and girls, as well as accountability for perpetrators. Monitoring and evaluation begins with the collection of baseline data, continues with regular monitoring of systems that impact the programme as well as collection of data on designated performance indicators, and concludes with a final evaluation of the programme that compares outcomes to the data gathered during the baseline period. This process allows for continual programme improvements, ensures that goals and objectives are met throughout the process, and ultimately helps to ensure that the women and girls who need justice remain at the centre of programmatic work.
See the monitoring section for detailed guidance.
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