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How to Build M&E Systems to Support Better Government

 

Keith Mackay, Senior Evaluation Officer, Independent Evaluation Group, 
World Bank

The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World 
Bank, 2007

 

Available online as PDF file [172p.] at:

http://tinyurl.com/34xl9s

 

A growing number of governments are working to improve their 
performance by creating systems to measure and help them understand their 
performance. These systems for monitoring and evaluation (M&E) are used to 
measure the quantity, quality, and targeting of the goods and services? 
the outputs? that the state provides and to measure the outcomes and 
impacts resulting from these outputs. These systems are also a vehicle to 
facilitate understanding of the causes of good and poor performance.

 

There are many reasons for the increasing efforts to strengthen government 
M&E systems. Fiscal pressures and ever-rising expectations from ordinary 
citizens provide a continuing impetus for governments to provide more 
government services and with higher standards of quality.  ...."

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