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1 Content of an M&E Matrix M&E Capacity Strengthening Workshop Addis Ababa 4 to 8 June 2012 Arif Rashid, TOPS

2 M&E Matrix M&E Matrix is ONLY a key component of the overall M&E Plan. It provides detailed information about how the goal, strategic objectives, intermediate results, outputs and activities will be monitored and evaluated. The M&E matrix covers all the information required to understand, collect, tabulate/analyze, disseminate and report on any indicator. It is an extension of PMP Slide # 1

3 Content of a M&E Matrix We need to develop a matrix for each indicator that the M&E system will track. In the next few slides we are going to present the content of a Matrix. We have used Average Household Dietary Diversity Score as an example to create this matrix. Slide # 2

4 Indicator TitleAverage Household Dietary Diversity Score Description Household dietary diversity is defined as the number of different food groups consumed over a given reference period. This is a proxy indicator of household food access. Indicator typeImpact Direction of ChangeHigher is better UnitHousehold Rationale A diversified diet is highly correlated with factors such as caloric and protein adequacy and household income. Even in very poor households, increased food expenditure resulting from additional income is associated with increased quantity and quality of the diet. Number of food groups is a better measure of dietary diversity compared to number of foods, because a household may consume five different food items in a day and three of them might be cereals or starch. M & E Matrix Slide # 3

5 Information needNumber of food groups out of 12 consumed in the past 24 hours TabulationHDDS = Sum (All food groups consumed by a household) Numerator/Denomi nator Sum (HDDS of all households)/ Total number of household Target groupAll households in the project target areas Data source/means of verification Households from a representative sample of the target population. Means of verification will be baseline and end line survey report Data collection method Population-based quantitative household survey for baseline and endline StrataNone Frequency of collection Baseline, end-line and annual M & E Matrix Slide # 4

6 Data analysistemporal, among strata, progress towards target Baseline value3.0 Target and timeframe4.5 in Y5 Communication strategy Survey report, bulletin tailored to the needs and interest of managers, technical team, food security adviser, and field staff; stakeholder presentation and discussion of baseline and final evaluation survey findings ReportingIn baseline and final evaluation reports and in Annual Results Reports following the baseline and final evaluation surveys. Also to government line ministries if agreed. Primary responsibilityM&E Coordinator/ M&E Manager M & E Matrix Slide # 5

7 BaselineTargets ValueYearSourceYear 2Year 3Year 4Year Baseline surveys Performance Tracking Table Slide # 6

8 Measurement EffortGeneral methodApplication HighPopulation based household survey of a representative sample in baseline and end-line. Baseline and end-line survey will be carried out by external independent contractor following FANTA guidelines. Overview of Data Collection for Average HDDS Slide # 7

9 Please use a similar format presented here to develop M&E Matrix for one impact indicator, one outcome indicator and one output indicator. Using indicators from the IPTT of your project, please develop the following: A matrix for each indicator Performance tracking table, and Data collection method for each indicator Each participant will work independently or in a group with the participants form the same project Practice Session Slide # 8

10 This presentation was made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the responsibility of Save the Children and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.


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