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Process Monitoring under Social Investment Program Project (SIPP)


Social Development Foundation (SDF) targets assistance to villages of two poor districts of Bangladesh– Jamalpur and Gaibandha – through the SIPP program, which has operated for more than 4 years in 950 villages serving about 2 million people. The objective of SIPP was to support the development of effective and efficient financing and institutional arrangements at the local level for improving access to local infrastructure and basic services through the implementation of community-driven small-scale socio-economic infrastructure, social assistance and income generating activities. SIPP focused on community organization, direct financing and principles of participation, empowerment and downward accountability. The objective of the Process Monitoring of SIPP was to identify any critical deviations in project implementation, to identify specific issues requiring further evaluation, and to describe best practices and develop a good feedback mechanism for learning, monitoring and adaptation of different project partners at all levels.  


The specific involvements of MSL included: Developing an overall process monitoring plan including the methodologies and tools to be used; Identifying the critical processes (process documentation) involved with the various components, sub – projects and activities in consultation with the stock holders; Conducting beneficiary assessment to elicit beneficiary views on the project interventions; Developing and operationalizing self – monitoring system at the grass root institutional levels; Generating learning and feedback mechanism for adoption, including refining key processes in a timely manner and advising SDF for improving; Preparing monthly, quarterly and annual analytical reports on the process monitoring activities to reflect quality of project implementation; Exchanging process monitoring information with the stakeholders and present: its findings in various forum; Establishing linkage with the MIS of SDF for storage and further analysis of the process monitoring data; Assisting SDF to revisit the performance indicators as necessary to evaluate project impact; Documenting the good practices and lesson learned on regular basis; and Preparing publishable process monitoring documents incorporating learning and best practices

Timeframe: July, 2008 - June, 2011

Realated Countries: Bangladesh

Client(s): SDF, World Bank

Categories: Social Protection, Monitoring and Evaluation/ Impact Evaluation

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