Monitoring & Evaluation
Monitoring & Evaluation

BCTS provides assistance to businesses and companies in generating "Monitoring and Evaluation" programs to help them determine the efficiency of projects.

Management’s continuous examination of progress achieved during the implementation of an undertaking to track compliance with the plan and generating data and information on performance to enable corrective measures to be taken is called Monitoring.

As for the Evaluation, it includes assessment, as systematic and impartial as possible, of an activity, project, program, strategy, policy, topic, theme, sector, operational area, institutional performance, etc. It focuses on expected and achieved accomplishments, examining the results chain, processes, contextual factors and causality, in order to understand achievements or the lack thereof and aims at determining the relevance, impact, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of the interventions and contributions of the organizations.

Monitoring is an internal, repetitive, operations and management function while Evaluation is often external, periodic/ snapshot, in greater depth and asking different questions.

Monitoring questions “Are we doing things right”?  Whereas Evaluation asks “Are we doing the right things?” and “Are there better ways of achieving the results?”