Participatory monitoring and evaluation - A prototype internal learning system for livelihood and micro-credit programs. Noponen, H Community Development Journal, 32:30–48, 1997. 1
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Conceptual / Epistemological. No abstract. Begins: One of the most neglected professional capacities of development organisations is their ability adequately to monitor and evaluate their development projects. An effective monitoring and evaluation system is an essential function if an organisation is to efficiently learn from its experience and feedback this learning for improved program performance, expansion, documentation and adaptation into other areas. Most organisations have struggled with establishing a high quality yet manageable system suited to its organisational capacities. The approaches have ranged from the standard social science approach of formal quantitative surveys to more relaxed, qualitative, participatory research. Each approach has its supporters and detractors.
@article{noponen_participatory_1997,
	title = {Participatory monitoring and evaluation - {A} prototype internal learning system for livelihood and micro-credit programs},
	volume = {32},
	issn = {0010-3802},
	shorttitle = {Participatory monitoring and evaluation - {A} prototype internal learning system for livelihood and micro-credit programs},
	url = {http://scholar.google.co.nz/scholar?as_q=&as_epq=Participatory-monitoring-and-evaluation---A-prototype-internal-learning-system-for-livelihood-and-micro-credit-programs&as_oq=&as_eq=&as_occt=title},
	abstract = {Conceptual / Epistemological.  No abstract. Begins:  One of the most neglected professional capacities of development organisations is their ability adequately to monitor and evaluate their development projects. An effective monitoring and evaluation system is an essential function if an organisation is to efficiently learn from its experience and feedback this learning for improved program performance, expansion, documentation and adaptation into other areas. Most organisations have struggled with establishing a high quality yet manageable system suited to its organisational capacities. The approaches have ranged from the standard social science approach of formal quantitative surveys to more relaxed, qualitative, participatory research. Each approach has its supporters and detractors.},
	journal = {Community Development Journal},
	author = {Noponen, H},
	year = {1997},
	note = {1},
	keywords = {Academic journals},
	pages = {30--48},
}

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