Monitoring and Evaluation
Technical University of Dresden
Task 8.1: Quality committee Task
Task 8.2: Monitoring and Quality Assurance Plan
Task 8.3: Monitoring and Evaluation Report
Task 8.4: External Evaluation
Monitoring and evaluation are essential elements of an effective project management. For this very reason, the implementing of a monitoring and evaluation system is a critical success factor for the whole project. A specific monitoring and evaluation system will be set up to provide constant and clear information about the effective carrying out of actions to the management, allowing the optimisation of resources and redirection of activities which can be affected by problems. A set of qualitative and quantitative indicators will be applied through monitoring instruments such as questionnaires, interview grids and checklists. High attention will be paid to the involvement of all actors concerned, underlining the importance of the contribution of each body involved. Once a year monitoring reports will be elaborated and addressed to the project coordinator and to the national coordinators, supporting the decision making process. The report monitors the first impact on organizations, territories and beneficiaries involved and it is used for the internal evaluation A comparison between impact and objective of the action will be made explicit. Qualitative criteria’s will deal with training activities, defining performances and standards. Finally, an external evaluator will be involved to assure a mid-term and final evaluation.