Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)
REAP’s Monitoring & Evaluation System Enhances Program’s Ability to Track Performance

The Restoring Efficiency to Agricultural Production (REAP) uses its monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system to effectively manage activities and demonstrate impact. REAP bases its M&E system on the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) guidelines for assessing and learning (ADS 203.3.2.1)
to track performance. Over the life of the project, this M&E system will serve as a logical planning tool to clearly define a results framework and identify adequate measures of outputs, outcomes, impacts and milestones. Data collection will strengthen analysis of why targets and indicators are (or are not) being achieved.
 
The REAP M&E system is comprised of the following elements: Results Framework, Performance Monitoring Plan (PMP), Performance Indicator Reference Sheets (PIRS) and overall M&E plan. REAP also incorporates Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) into its M&E system and identifies appropriate performance indicators to support this analysis. With the integration of CBA indicators into the M&E system, REAP is able to more accurately capture the social and economic impacts of project activities.

REAP (PMP) Perfomance Monitoring Plan -Y1- 2013-14

REAP Results framework supporting table-Y1-2013-14