We conduct independent M&E on project effectiveness and results, by determining the gap between planning and outcomes, in accordance with internationally accepted methodologies.
Before starting any project or program, we study what criteria must be met in order to achieve the desired results. This research is conducted during the project and program planning phase.
The baseline survey of a project refers to the analysis of the situation before the impact of the project and aims to establish a benchmark for measuring and evaluating the progress and achievements of the project. In this way, it is possible to derive tangible metrics that can be measured along with the views and attitudes of the project team.
Mid-term evaluation is an evaluation that is carried out in the middle period of project implementation. The evaluation confirms the priority requirements of the activities carried out up to the mid-term of the project and analyzes the achievement of the proposed goals from the point of view of effectiveness and efficiency. It focuses on determining the factors and obstacles that affect the achievement of project goals and its trends.
After the implementation of the project, the final evaluation measures the indicators determined by the baseline survey and the international project evaluation criteria which serve as a basis for achieving the defined goals of the project, and determining the future effects. Depending on the specifics of the project, the 5 indicators are defined and evaluated on project relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, and impact.