3 edition of Monitoring and evaluation in extension agencies found in the catalog.
Monitoring and evaluation in extension agencies
Bibliography: p. 77-81.
|Statement||Josette Murphy and Tim J. Marchant.|
|Series||World Bank technical paper,, no. 79., Monitoring and evaluation series, World Bank technical paper ;, no. 79., World Bank technical paper.|
|Contributions||Marchant, T. J.|
|LC Classifications||S544 .M86 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||87035338|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Murphy, Josette. Monitoring and evaluation in extension agencies. Washington, D.C.: World Bank, Monitoring and evaluation in extension Monitoring and evaluation in extension agencies book (English) Abstract. The paper provides guidelines for managers and technical staff in extension agencies who plan, organize, implement and utilize monitoring activities and, when necessary, subsequent evaluations.
It defines the information needs of extension managers, discusses Cited by: This chapter describes the need for monitoring and evaluation and addresses many issues related to improving the quality of measuring impacts of agricultural extension services using rigorous but cost-effective methods.
It provides guidelines for reporting extension outputs, client satisfaction with extension services, and some Size: 1MB. Planning, Implementing, Monitoring and Evaluating Extension Programs and Resources. Extension services in Asian countries were established after the s, soon after their independence (Swanson & Claar, ; Naik, ).
In most African nations, extension services started in the s and s (Ejeta, ). Extension services were seen as a way to promote agricultural growth and development in the rural sector.
A conceptual framework for monitoring consists of four principal components (Figure I): an extension organization, a monitoring and evaluation (M & E) unit, an information needs matrix, and a monitoring and evaluation cycle.
Top management receives information from the monitoring unit and from other formal and informal sources. A GuideA Guidebook for Monitoring and Evaluation book for Monitoring and Evaluationbook for Monitoring and Evaluation by Bernardita P.
GermanoBernardita P. Germano The commitment and vision of heads of the different partner agencies are also much appreciated: Governor Rosette Y.
Lerias and Hon. Eva L. Tomol of the Provincial Government. Basic principles of monitoring and evaluation Monitoring and evaluation usually include information on the cost of the programme being monitored or evaluated.
This allows judging the benefits of a programme against its costs and identifying which intervention has the highest rate of return. Two tools are commonly used. Monitoring and evaluation can help an organization extract relevant informationfrompastandongoingactivitiesthatcanbeusedasthebasisforprogram - maticfine-tuning.
The Handbook on Monitoring and Evaluating for Resultsis intended to: Strengthen the results-oriented monitoring and evaluation function and capacity in UNDP for the purpose of improving programmes and policies, organizational learning and accountability; Introduce simplified, streamlined and flexible approaches and tools toFile Size: KB.
extension service program responsive to the needs of the target sector. Section Strategies of Implementation Develop a networking system among the colleges that will facilitate planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the extension program of the UniversityFile Size: 2MB.
CHAPTER 12 MONITORING AND EVALUATION INTRODUCTION In extension, objectives are based on meeti ng farmers information needs. Success occurs when objectives are met, and indicators are used to help determine the level of success. Monitoring is the process of recording these indicators, while evaluation is analysing theFile Size: KB.
Monitoring and evaluation in extension agencies (英语) 摘要. The paper provides guidelines for managers and technical staff in extension agencies who plan, organize, implement and utilize monitoring activities and, when necessary, subsequent evaluations.
It defines the information needs of extension managers, discusses Cited by: Monitoring and evaluation is not an add-on at the end - start early and build monitoring and evaluation into the project from the beginning 3.
Negotiate between stakeholders to decide what to monitor and evaluate 4. Indicators should be objective, verifiable and clearly understood by. and implementing a project/programme monitoring and related reporting system.
However, as evaluation is integrally linked to monitoring, an overview of evaluation is included for planning evaluation events within the overall M&E system. Who is the intended audience. This guide is intended for people managing projects/programmes in National RedFile Size: 2MB.
The Monitoring and Evaluation Division is pleased to share this handbook as part of our efforts to enhance Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) by all stakeholders.
While this handbook has been drafted for use by all stakeholders it is particular mindful of the role of M&E from a National Society perspective. Chapter 5. MONITORING AND EVALUATION 1. Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) are integral and individually distinct parts of programme preparation and implementation.
They are critical tools for forward-looking strategic positioning, organisational learning and for sound management. Monitoring and evaluation in extension agencies (الانكليزية) الخلاصة. The paper provides guidelines for managers and technical staff in extension agencies who plan, organize, implement and utilize monitoring activities and, when necessary, subsequent by: MONITORING & EVALUATION PLAN FOR HEALTH SECTOR STRATEGIC & INVESTMENT PLAN /11 M&E Monitoring and Evaluation MoH Ministry of Health MoFPED Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development MoLG Ministry of Local Government MTR Mid Term Review.
Monitoring: High-quality monitoring of information encourages timely decision-making, ensures project accountability, and provides a robust foundation for evaluation and learning. It is through the continuous monitoring of project performance that you have an opportunity to learn about what is working well and what challenges are arising.
Level 5: Farmers conduct their own evaluation of extension independently of extension and report their findings to policy makers.
Level 4: Farmers carry out evaluation of extension in cooperation with extension managers and make decisions regarding changes in providing extension services. Level 3: Farmers receive evaluation results and other information from extension staff and are asked to.Project monitoring and evaluation in agriculture (English) Abstract.
Because of the need to monitor the implementation of agricultural projects and to evaluate their achievements, these activities are now a routine part of project appraisal.
This book details the concepts of monitoring and evaluation of agricultural and Cited by: This Monitoring and Evaluation series is based on the assumption that Core Module 1 (Introduction to Monitoring and Evaluation) is always the first module, that it is followed directly by Core Module 2 (Collecting, Analyzing, and Using Monitoring Data), which is followed by one or more of the optional technical area modules (Modules 4 through 10), and that in all cases the final module is Core Module .