Monitoring & Evaluation in Uganda

Consistent monitoring and evaluation of operations help to build strategic programs with maximum impact.

Our dynamic web-based data monitoring platform integrates program and financial information to track: inputs (financial and human resources); activities (educational workshop and community-led projects); outputs (number of people trained, number of projects completed), near-term outcomes (increased access to resources, strengthened capacity); and long-term impacts (improved livelihoods, healthy communities).

In keeping with the empowerment and capacity-building approach we take to development, The Hunger Project takes a participatory approach to monitoring and evaluation (M&E) as well. We do this through Participatory Action Research trainings in which special M&E animators learn the basics of monitoring and evaluation.

There are currently a total of 186 active M&E animators among the epicenters in Uganda.