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Development of a national monitoring and evaluation framework for WASH activities in Malawi : a paper presented at the Monitoring Sustainable WASH S...

Malawi is currently developing a national WASH M&E framework to create a system that meets the needs of numerous sector stakeholders, including the Ministry of Water Development and Irrigation, the Ministry of Health, District governments and others. Successful completion has the potential to harmonise indicators in the WASH sector and provide useful information for service delivery at both the national and district levels. This paper draws on the experience of the collaboration between Engineers Without Borders Canada and the Government of Malawi on a process to create a harmonised framework. Ultimately, the system must be easy to use, work within the existing constraints at the data collection level and remain useful for decision making and reporting from district through to national level. It should also meet international requirements and the requests from both implementing and donor partners. [authors abstract]

TitleDevelopment of a national monitoring and evaluation framework for WASH activities in Malawi : a paper presented at the Monitoring Sustainable WASH S...
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsMeek, A., Samanyika, Y.
Pagination17 p.; 2 fig.; 4 tab.
Date Published2013-04-09
PublisherS.n.
Place PublishedS.l.
Keywordsevaluation, malawi, monitoring, water, sanitation and hygiene [WASH]
Abstract

Malawi is currently developing a national WASH M&E framework to create a system that meets the needs of numerous sector stakeholders, including the Ministry of Water Development and Irrigation, the Ministry of Health, District governments and others. Successful completion has the potential to harmonise indicators in the WASH sector and provide useful information for service delivery at both the national and district levels. This paper draws on the experience of the collaboration between Engineers Without Borders Canada and the Government of Malawi on a process to create a harmonised framework. Ultimately, the system must be easy to use, work within the existing constraints at the data collection level and remain useful for decision making and reporting from district through to national level. It should also meet international requirements and the requests from both implementing and donor partners. [authors abstract]

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