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  • This initiative focuses on improving the monitoring function as part of a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems approach, in which monitoring and evaluation are planned, conducted and used as integrated evaluative activities. It will include attention to matching M&E efforts with implementation efforts and decision-making needs, clarifying M&E roles and professional competencies, ensuring adequate individual and organisational capacity and resources, incorporating complexity thinking, and balancing accountability and learning.
  • About the Evaluating C4D Resource Hub The Evaluating C4D Resource Hub has been developed as part of a research partnership with RMIT University, the University of Hyderabad and UNICEF Communication for Development (C4D). While it has been developed in response to the needs of UNICEF staff (including from C4D, program teams, and Planning Monitoring & Evaluation) and their partners (including government partners, implementing partners and consultants and researchers), it is a public good available for all C4D and related organisations to use and adapt.
  • This document sets out the functional competencies (skills, knowledge, attributes and behaviours) needed for effective monitoring. It includes the technical skills required for data collection, analysis and synthesis that are commonly highlighted and also the skills, knowledge, attributes and behaviours needed for the tasks of managing and framing of monitoring systems and using monitoring information. This set of competencies was produced through the BetterMonitoring Global Partnership, a collaboration between BetterEvaluation and UNICEF.