Monitoring and Evaluation
While economic, social and environmental challenges are increasingly complex, various government agencies are facing growing pressure to deliver more and better products and services. To better track the implementation of the programs, projects and activities, and the prudence utilization of the resources, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) plays a crucial role.
The M&E system provides clear and defined procedure and tools for the collection, processing, and reporting of targets, accomplishments, and/or results of ATI’s programs, projects, and activities.
Output-level monitoring through the corporate M&E processes and the formulation of the Agricultural and Fisheries Extension (AFE) Results-Based Monitoring and Evaluation (RBME) System Report shows the results and changes that happened to the AFE recipients of the extension interventions of ATI in the previous years. The system also includes the impact evaluation and assessment of specific ATI programs and services.
Output-level monitoring through the corporate M&E processes
This component details the processes and procedures on how the agency does the monitoring and evaluation of its targets and accomplishments. This part also includes the flow and specific steps in the submission of specific reportorial requirements to DA and other oversight agencies.
Outcome-level monitoring through the AFE RBME system
The AFE RBME system includes data collection procedures, which is done once a year with farmers and AEW clients as the primary respondents for the survey.
Impact evaluation and assessment of specific ATI programs and services
This third component covers the assessment studies conducted by the program implementers and development of evaluation studies which are contracted out with a third party of external evaluators. Expected deliverables are packaged studies/ research results for a specific program and/or service of the Institute.