Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is central to the CouldYou? approach; achieving results-based management (RBM) and provides useful information about the level of risk in our projects.
For CouldYou?, achieving accountability expectations means processes and practices that enable us to keep our stakeholders informed of our work, taking into account and balancing their interests, and ensuring equitable responses to their concerns.
“I prefer the cups to the other products I have been using because with the cups, no one will ever know that you are menstruating. Even with the pads, sometimes it’s difficult to find a place to dispose it when I come to school.”
BEFORE CouldYou? Cup Intervention
reported missing school on a monthly basis during menstruation
reported using ‘unhygienic’ products
AFTER CouldYou? Cup Intervention
reported having missed school since they started using the CouldYou? Cup.
Routine tracking and reporting of key information and indicators that measure progress at each level of the CouldYou? Theory of Change.
Provides the foundation for tracking funding and value for money .
Measurement of projects to ascertain impact, efficiency, effectiveness, relevance and sustainability. We conduct several types of evaluation research to understand how change happens, and ex-post impact evaluations.
Dissemination and learning
Wider communication and dissemination of key achievements and findings — both across the partnership and with the public — to ensure accountability and learning for improvement.
Components of the CouldYou? Monitoring & Evaluation Framework
Our M&E is organized into four main modules with each playing a pivotal role in our ability to monitor and assess progress at country levels, and partnerships as a whole. Hover over each card to learn more about what these four principles mean.
CouldYou? is a New York-based
501c3 non-profit organization
dedicated to supporting African
solutions to African problems focused
on ending poverty in Africa.