Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring and evaluation are essential tools used to ensure global health activities are implemented as planned and to assess whether desired results are being achieved. Monitoring involves measuring, recording, collecting and analyzing data on implementation of a project so that variations from plans are detected, diagnosed and remedied. Evaluation involves learning lessons from experience to improve current activities and redirect targeted activities as necessary.
Throughout its two decades of work, ICAP has developed extensive expertise in this critical area of global health and ICAP’s Strategic Information unit engages in a wide variety of M&E activities on an ongoing basis.