Evaluation on a Shoestring Budget
This brief states that M&E does not have to be time-consuming or expensive to be worthwhile, but it does require some resources to plan it, collect information, and use the results to strengthen your program. It will guide programs in making the most of a limited budget.
The brief offers tips to help with performing a low-cost evaluation.
- Evaluation in a Low-Resource Setting: Strategies for Success
- Using Routinely Collected Data for Monitoring and Evaluating Social and Behavior Change Programs
- Agencies Need to Get Savvy about Low-cost Program Evaluation
- Are Messaging Apps and Emoji-Driven M&E a Game-Changing Innovation?
- Budget Friendly M&E: Five Survival Tips for Reporting in Tough Economic Times
- Informing Social and Behavior Change Programs using Social Listening and Social Monitoring
- Community-Led Monitoring
- Lessons for Health Program Monitoring and Evaluation in a Low Resource Setting
- The Echo Platform
- How the Echo Platform Helped Drive and Monitor Behavior Change amongst Low-income Teenage Girls
- Data on a Dime: Designing an Effective Monitoring & Evaluation Strategy on a Budget
- Livelihoods, Agriculture and Health Interventions in Action (LAHIA) Project
- COVID-19 Kenya- Knowledge Sharing Tracker
- Costs and Cost-effectiveness of Subcutaneous DMPA through Different Delivery Channels: What the Evidence Tells Us
July 23, 2021