Innovations in  Monitoring & Evaluating Results Discussion Paper | NGOs in Human Rights, Peace and Development |

This discussion paper, edited by Jennifer Colville for the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), provides a detailed inventory of innovative practices used for monitoring and evaluation in a development context.


Eleven innovations have been identified with key features in most of these being increased frequency of output and broader citizen participation. The innovations examined and discussed are: crowd-sourcing; real-time simple reporting; participatory statistics; mobile data collection, micro-narrative; data exhaust; intelligent infrastructure; remote sensing; data visualisation; multi-level mixed evaluation method; and outcome harvesting.

Via DfID Evaluation Department