13-17 février 2012
FNB Conference and Learning Center, Sandton, Johannesburg
Globally it is becoming apparent to all developing countries that all efforts made towards reducing poverty, improving service delivery in all sphere of government activities is a daunting challenge for the past few decades. At the helm of all governments’ initiatives, the greatest challenge they continue to face is accountability for results. In an effort to provide more efficient and effective services, the shift is on results.
As governments are promising improved service delivery, the need for demonstrating improvements indeed has become inevitable.
Performance-based Monitoring & Evaluation provides a perfect measuring
tool to assess results and outcomes in all government programs. However, it is imperative that all stakeholders tasked to carry-out this function are well vested with the Performance-based Monitoring & Evaluation strategy and its auxiliaries that range from political commitment to accountability for results to
capacitate the design for performance-based information systems.
This forum will highlight the core focal areas of Performance-based Monitoring & Evaluation strategy and provide details from drafting to implementation, management and how you can put checks and balances in
place for expected results.
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