Kenyan girls miss four days of school every month, often due to pain connected to their menstrual cycle, lack of sanitary products and lack of knowledge about their period. This problem is acute in low-income settlements, where sanitary products are costly and hard to find, school facilities are inadequate, and health education is poor.
Trending Topic Low-Cost Monitoring and Evaluation
The Echo cloud-based platform provides a way of monitoring projects that requires no information technology or programming skills to use.
This paper illustrates the feasibility and value of low-cost randomized controlled trials (RCTs) for policy officials and researchers, by providing concrete examples from diverse program areas.
This article explains that evaluation expenses are highly situational with no simple way to calculate costs. It offers several steps involved in costing a program's evaluation.
This article discusses the use of smartphones for M&E. As the cost of smartphones drops, and as the growth of messaging apps like WhatsApp continues to increase worldwide, the range of possibilities for phone-based M&E is becoming both more diverse and more complex.