Parliamentary committees

Parliamentary committees are groups or sub-groups within a parliamentary or legislative body that focus on specific areas or topics, like budget, defence, or M&E. They review, recommend, or oversee actions and policies in their designated areas.

In some settings, these committees might play a robust oversight role that involves reviewing evaluation findings. In others, they might bridge the gap between evaluation findings and legislative actions, ensuring that policies are informed by on-ground realities.

Global Evaluation Initiative (2022). MESA Guidance Note: Diagnostic Tool for a Monitoring and Evaluation Systems Analysis. Retrieved from

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