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The programme M&E system aims at serving the main purposes of promoting results accountability, continuous learning for programme adaptability, steering and risk management.


M&E allows for continuous learning to further informe the programme design and its implementation. Planning, monitoring, and evaluation are not discrete events but are designed to be cyclical, with one feeding into the other. Thus, the programme M&E is regarded as an integrated part of the programme management and implementation.

The programme embraces an outcome based approach. This implies that the M&E focuses on outcomes, which are defined as behavioural changes within the programme’s direct target groups. Two complementary approaches are used for the programme M&E. The Logical Framework Approach (LFA) is the foundation for the M&E system of the programme, complemented by Outcome Harvesting to enhance the outcome based focus of the programme. In both cases, M&E processes are highly participatory with the involvement of the stakeholders from all Participating Countries.

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Practical Guidelines for integrating gender, human rights and environmental issues in Disaster Risk Management

Practical Guidelines for integrating gender, human rights and environmental issues in Disaster Risk Management

The Guidelines build upon global standards and best practices and present practical advice on how to integrate gender, human rights and environment into nine thematic areas of the programme. Examples of thematic areas include, training and exercises, Multi-Risk Assessments, Early Warning Systems, Public awareness, volunteerism and Host Nation Support. The document has been produced in collaboration with the PPRD East 3 programme experts and partner countries’ organisations to enhance the quality and relevance of the guidance. The Guidelines was produced as an interactive online resource and is available in English and Russian.

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