Monitoring is the systematic collection and analysis of information to enable the stakeholders determine
whether key activities are being carried out as planned and desired results achieved or not. Monitoring provides feed back to the Management calling for
Monitoring, evaluation and research
collectively constitute a key instrument in
ensuring the ongoing learning necessary
for the improvement of development
interventions. In order to measure and ensure
the effectiveness of its organisationís work
in long-established areas of focus, SRSOís
Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Unit
(MERU) has conducted numerous studies.
These internal studies have greatly helped the
SRSO staff in determining the level and types
of efforts necessary in achieving optimum
results in terms of the depth and breadth of
SRSOís activities.This goes without saying that the MER is an important Section to ensure the quality of delivery of main Programme and to monitor the performance of professional staff.
Responsibilities of MER:
- The main
responsibility of the M&E is
preparation and updating of monthly progress report;
- Quarterly programme Review;
- Preparation of Annual
- Arrangements for meeting of
Board of Directors;
- Preparation of quarterly
- Publications of Brochures;
monitoring visits to COs and projects without any prior plan and defined
- Baseline Survey Reports;
- Projects -End Evaluation;
- Impact Assessment Study.
- Case Study.