1 Result oriented Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation of Development Interventions Lioba Abbenante Team Management for Development Results
2 Content General conditions Orientation toward impacts Results chain Development interventions PM&E cycle International context
3 Introduction General conditions Millennium Declaration in 2000 and Millennium Development Goals Paris Declaration on the effectiveness of development cooperation (2005) stronger management for development results adoption of more responsibility by local partners (ownership) integration with partner and donor strategies and systems Updating of DED procedures for PM&E meeting the international challenges of result- and partner-orientation in development cooperation
4 Management for Development Results Orientation toward impacts Management for development results describes the entire process which an organisation uses to ensure that its processes, procedures, products and services are oriented towards impacts. Result oriented management processes do not invalidate prior planning and management processes, but provide them with a different orientation, or complement them. 4
5 Results chain (1) Inputs Activities Outputs Inputs are financial, human and material resources which are necessary for the implementation of a development intervention. Activities is the entirety of all actions which are necessary to produce the intended consequences out of the resources, or create certain products. Outputs are the products, goods, and outputs produced through the development intervention.
6 Results chain (2) Inputs Activities Outputs Outcome Impact Outcome describes the probable or achieved short and middle term results (project goal) of a development intervention. Impact are the positive or negative, most commonly indirect long term consequences of a development intervention, which may be intended or unintended, desired or undesired.
7 Results chain Example for a results chain Farmers are trained in the organic cultivation of crops; they use their knowledge to lower their expenditure and increase their production; thereby they can sell their produced excess on the local market; what also leads to an increase in their real income; The increased real income is used for an improved health care and education, at the end of a very long chain the last link is poverty reduction.
8 Development Interventions Development intervention Projects and programs of the development cooperation which include the resources of the partner organization, the donor(s), third parties, and partner country Results oriented planning by partner organization(s) and DED -> common objective During the planning the contributions of all partners are determined Contribution of DED: Development worker, local specialists supported by DED Partner organization is responsible for result oriented monitoring
9 PM&E-cycle What are we assuming? What should be impacted? Preliminary survey Strategic Planning (long term) Operational planning (yearly) How should the results be achieved? Who is responsible? What long-term changes were triggered? Evaluation (every 2-3 years) Monitoring (ongoing) What trends can be observed? What short and medium term results occurred?
10 International context MDG, Millennium Declaration Implementation Impacts (long term, indirect results) Outcomes (short- and middle term results) Outputs Activities Inputs PRS, nat. strategies Joint Assistance Strategies (JAS) Joint strategy in the focal area Objective German Cooperation DED contribution in focal area Direct benefit Utilization of outputs - Objective - (DED + Partner) Products / Goods Activities Resources Programming and reporting German cooperation in the focal area Programming and controlling of country programs Planning, monitoring and evaluation of development interventions
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