Aide memoire

An aide memoire generally refers to a document that is produced to summarise key findings and important recommendations of an evaluation. However, the term also refers to a document which outlines the key points of meetings during the planning process for an evaluation. Aide memoires are typically succinct, but contain a large amount of information that can be easily disseminated to and discussed with stakeholders.

Example 

(United Nations World Food Programme (n.d.). Monitoring & Evaluation Guidelines: How to manage an Evaluation and disseminate its Results., p. 11)

Resources

Monitoring & Evaluation Guidelines: How to manage an Evaluation and disseminate its Results: This document, produced by the United Nations World Food Programme's Office of Evaluation, contains a guide on how to create an aide memoire on pages 8-11, including an example of what an aide memoire could look like.

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Updated: 23rd January 2018 - 3:08pm
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