Monitoring and Evaluation of Public Funds Utilisation and Management: Training of Trainers’ Manual

IEA Kenya

Monitoring and Evaluation of Public Funds Utilisation and Management: Training of Trainers’ Manual    File Size: 0 kB Downloads: 135
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11 May 2011

Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is a management tool that forms an integral part of planning, policy formulation and analysis and decision making process. It reveals achievement of results and performance of activities, projects and programmes hence entrenching accountability and responsibility and thus it is a key element of a country’s public financial management system. An effective M&E system has three fundamental roles, namely: processing information for decision-making for instance, in resource allocation; assessing performance of individuals and institutions through accountability and incentives mechanisms and communicating and disseminating of information that is collected.


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