Multi-sectoral Monitoring and Evaluation: A practical guide for fieldworkers

The purpose of this guide is to put in place a comprehensive though not exhaustive set of M&E guidelines, indicators, annexes and toolkits; and introduce a common understanding of the purpose of M&E activities.

Action Against Hunger works across several sectors that contribute individually and collectively to nutrition security, including malnutrition treatment and prevention, health systems strengthening, mental health and care practices, WASH, and disaster risk management. These guidelines are designed to be used by either sector-specific projects or by multisector (integrated) programs, and in either humanitarian or development contexts.

The purpose of this guide is to:

Put in place a comprehensive though not exhaustive set of M&E guidelines, associated core and thematic indicators, and annexes and toolkits that encourage best practices in M&E for Action Against Hunger; and

Introduce a common harmonized approach to and understanding of the purpose of M&E activities across different Action Against Hunger country programs

A strong M&E system based on the guidance detailed in this book will strengthen Action Against Hunger’s impact and help us understand our level of contribution to nutrition security based on its determinants, as shown in the model below.

About this document

Section: Technical
Thematic Area: Project Cycle Management
Location: Global
Type: Guide
Tags: Monitoring Evaluation Accountability and Learning
Language: English

Key Information

Year Published: 2016
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