Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)

Kayin state. An ICRC staff member assesses the conditions of a well to prevent water shortages, which are common during the dry season.

Monitoring and evaluation is a critical part of the humanitarian sector's approach to learning and accountability.

Over the years, the humanitarian M&E community has developed many tools to enable them to track performance, assess outcomes, and inform operational and policy decision making. But as the world changes and the demands the humanitarian sector is making of itself shift, the sectors approaches to M&E need to continue to strengthen and evolve.

Below you can access the wealth of ALNAP resources and opportunities we have created to support humanitarian M&E.

M&E resources

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