Enabling environment

The enabling environment refers to the conditions that support the effective functioning and sustainability of M&E practices within a country. This involves the legal, institutional, political, and cultural factors that facilitate the regular and systematic use of M&E processes and findings in policy-making and program management.

In this section

  • The legal and policy basis refers to the formal legislative and policy frameworks that underpin the establishment, operation, and integration of M&E practices within government processes.

  • The culture of evidence use and production within government entities is a critical determinant of how national M&E systems are adopted and utilised.

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