Beberapa form yang bermanfaat untuk monitoring dan evaluasi (monev) proyek

Beberapa tabel monitoring dan evaluasi proyek (Sumber: Ausaid). Dapat dimanfaatkan untuk mendisain kegiatan, memantau, dan mengevaluasinya. Semoga bermanfaat. Isinya dapat dimodifikasi sesuai keperluan.
Table 2: Assumptions underpinning the program logic

Assumptions
Evidence to support assumptions
Likelihood that assumption could be wrong
Consequence if assumption is wrong
Will assumption be tested.
If Yes, how will assumption be tested?
Assumption 1

 
 
 
 
 
EXAMPLE text
We assume that sufficient landholders will participate
Insert evidence on which this assumption is based

 
 
 
 
EXAMPLE text
Landholders have approached our organisation to assist them with rabbit control
Insert  what is the likelihood that the assumption is wrong (Rate using unlikely, likely, highly likely) (No reliable evidence to base assumption on or high chance assumption will be wrong)

EXAMPLE text
Fewer landholders than expected participate 
Risk = unlikely
Insert what is the consequence if the assumption is wrong (Rate using: minor (minimal), moderate, severe (bad)) 

 
 
 
EXAMPLE text
If less than 50% of landholders participate rabbit populations will not be adequately managed and reduced to allow recovery of critically endangered native vegetation
Consequence = Severe

Yes / No
 
 
 
 
Insert method of monitoring or testing the assumption is right.

 
 
EXAMPLE text
Landholders to be contacted 3 monthly to confirm they are actively reducing rabbit populations and area under management.
Assumption 2

Table 3: Project monitoring and evaluation plan

Evaluation purpose
Evaluation questions
Evaluation methods and frequency
What will be measured/tested and when
Monitoring measures and methods
Assumptions [List assumptions that will be monitored/tested]
Impact [The purpose of this is to evaluate what has changed as a result of the project activities and is the change as planned for the agreed target.]
EXAMPLE question:  What, if any, desired/ unanticipated positive/ negative changes or other outcomes have occurred as a result of this project?

To what extent were the changes directly or indirectly produced by the project activities?
[Indicate how and when you intend to answer the evaluation question(s) about impact]
[Indicate what you will monitor to answer questions about impact and how often]
[Indicate the measures you will use to monitor impact and how, when and where you will collect this data]
Effectiveness [The purpose of this is to evaluate whether or not the planned activities and agreed target outcomes have been achieved]
EXAMPLE question:  To what extent have planned activities and outcomes been achieved?

What other activities might be more effective?
[Indicate how and when you intend to answer the evaluation question(s) about effectiveness]
[Indicate what you will monitor to answer questions about effectiveness and how often]
[Indicate the measures you will use to monitor effectiveness and how, when and where you will collect this data]
Appropriateness [The purpose of this is to evaluate whether or not the project meet the needs of the community and used best practice to achieve the agreed targets]
EXAMPLE question:  To what extent were the project approach and strategies appropriate in influencing targeted stakeholders and achieving intended outcomes?

Are there approaches and strategies that might be more appropriate?
[Indicate how and when you intend to answer the evaluation question(s) about appropriateness]
[Indicate what you will monitor to answer questions about appropriateness and how often]
[Indicate the measures you will use to monitor appropriateness and how, when and where you will collect this data]
Efficiency [The purpose of this is to evaluate whether or not the project  could have achieved the agreed targets in a more efficient (cost and resource including peoples’ time) way]
EXAMPLE question:  To what extent has this project attained the best value out of available resources?

What other ways could you invest in activities to get a greater return?
[Indicate how and when you intend to answer the evaluation question(s) about efficiency]
[Indicate what you will monitor to answer questions about efficiency and how often]
[Indicate the measures you will use to monitor efficiency and how, when and where you will collect this data]

Table 4: Results chart template

Expected results expressed as project target outcomes
Summary of actual results to date
Evidence to support summary
Comments about data quality/availability
Lessons learned
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
Table 5: MERI communication plan

Who needs access to information about this project?
Type of information and format required?
Why is information needed?
Methods of providing information
Dates /frequency
Australian Government

 
Financial reports in standard format
Accountability
Report by mail or email
November and June
Mandatory intermediate and yearly progress reports in standard format
Accountability

National reporting
Learning
Improvement
Report by mail or email
November and June
Mandatory final project report in standard format
Accountability

National reporting
Learning
Improvement
Report by mail or email
End of project
Insert additional internal and external stakeholders as required to optimise engagement and project delivery. See attachment 

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