Monitoring, evaluation and learning

           The interest of the project and the organization as a whole is linked to the information obtained during the process of monitoring the project and its performance, and thus making decisions, correcting the course, informing the project manager, managing follow-up with all deviations and progress, holding the wrongdoers accountable and rewarding the distinguished, and all of this will not be done without accurate information that reflects the reality on the ground. Failure is not in making a mistake, but rather in not realizing it, correcting it, and avoiding it. Any deviations could have caused this.
This approach ensures awareness of the different needs and capacities of women, girls, boys and men of all ages, people with disabilities, and other diverse characteristics. Such awareness informs what we do, how we do it and with whom. Building on our collective experience and through these actions, we endeavor to better protect and improve the lives of those affected people.


The monitoring process is divided into five sections, which are as follows:

1- Monitoring on activities/performance.

2- Monitoring on compliance.

3- Monitoring on the situation.

4- Monitoring  on beneficiaries.

5- Monitoring on results (indicators).


As for the evaluation process, it is a continuous process at specific time intervals in the project so that each report is considered such as PDM reports, baseline report, final report (weekly, monthly, quarterly), needs assessment study and other types of assessments .


Collecting all the lessons learned during the projects and sharing them with the program and management team so that ADO can benefit from its previous experience and activate it to achieve the highest levels of success.