Monitoring & Evaluation
We conduct independent monitoring and evaluation of development policies and programs to assess their impact on the well-being and livelihood of the Indonesia’s poor and vulnerable communities and to support learning process.
We highly value efforts to make development policies and programs more pro-poor through quality monitoring and evaluation. Our interdisciplinary monitoring and evaluation studies are directed toward providing constructive inputs to the design and implementation of policies and programs, particularly in terms of poverty targeting and inclusiveness. We have conducted various types of monitoring and evaluation studies, including rapid assessment, participatory monitoring, policy review, and impact evaluation on several development programs and policies. In most instances, we employ mixed-method approach and customize it to meet the demand for information and programmatic reality; yet keeping the methodological rigor.