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Building Monitoring and Evaluation Capacity in Young Systems : The Experiences of Rwanda, Vietnam, and Yemen

ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTABILITY ARRANGEMENTS ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISMS ACCOUNTABILITY RELATIONSHIPS ACCOUNTABILITY REQUIREMENTS ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEMS AGRICULTURAL SECTOR AID EFFECTIVENESS ANNUAL BUDGET ANNUAL BUDGETING ANNUAL BUDGETING PROCESS ANNUAL PLANS ANNUAL REPORT ANNUAL REPORTS BASIC SERVICES BLOCK GRANTS BUDGET ALLOCATION BUDGET ALLOCATIONS BUDGET COVERAGE BUDGET DECISIONS BUDGET DEPARTMENT BUDGET EXECUTION BUDGET INFORMATION BUDGET LAW BUDGET NEGOTIATIONS BUDGET OFFICIALS BUDGET PROCESS BUDGET REQUESTS BUDGET REVIEW BUDGET SUPPORT BUDGETARY DECISION CAPACITY BUILDING CAPACITY LIMITATIONS CAPACITY-BUILDING CAPACITY-BUILDING EFFORTS CAPITAL BUDGET CAPITAL EXPENDITURES CASH TRANSFER PROGRAM CENTRAL AGENCIES CENTRAL AUTHORITY CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CENTRAL PLANNING SYSTEM CONFLICT CORRUPTION CREDIT POLICY DATA COLLECTION DATA FOR RESEARCH DATA QUALITY DEBT DEBT RELIEF DECENTRALIZATION DECENTRALIZATION PROCESS DECISION-MAKING DECISION-MAKING PROCESS DECISION-MAKING PROCESSES DEVELOPMENT PLANNING DONOR FUNDING DUAL BUDGETING DUAL BUDGETING SYSTEM ECONOMIC RECOVERY EVALUATION CAPACITY EXPENDITURE DECISIONS EXTREME POVERTY FEDERAL BUDGET FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL SUPPORT FISCAL DATA FISCAL FRAMEWORK FLEXIBILITY FOOD PRODUCTION GENERAL BUDGET SUPPORT GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNMENT BUDGET GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE GOVERNMENT PRIORITIES HEALTH INFORMATION HEALTH SECTOR HOUSEHOLD LIVING STANDARDS HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IMPACT EVALUATION INCOME INDEPENDENT MONITORING INFLATION INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INTERGOVERNMENTAL FISCAL RELATIONS LACK OF INCENTIVES LACK OF INFORMATION LEARNING MEASURABLE RESULTS MEDIUM-TERM EXPENDITURE MEDIUM-TERM EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK MEDIUM-TERM OBJECTIVE MINISTRY OF FINANCE NATIONAL BANK NATIONAL BUDGET NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT NATIONAL GOVERNMENT NATIONAL PLANNING NATIONAL POVERTY NATIONAL POVERTY LINE NATIONAL PRIORITIES NATIONAL PRIORITY NATIONAL STATISTICS NATIONAL STATISTICS OFFICE NATIONAL STRATEGY NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OUTCOME INDICATORS PARTICIPATORY POVERTY ASSESSMENT PARTICIPATORY PROCESS PERFORMANCE AGREEMENTS PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT PERFORMANCE EVALUATION PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SYSTEM PERFORMANCE INFORMATION PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT PERFORMANCE REPORTS PERFORMANCE TARGETS POLITICAL ECONOMY POOR POVERTY LINE POVERTY RATE POVERTY RATES POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION OBJECTIVES POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGIES POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PAPER POVERTY REDUCTION SUPPORT PRIVATE SECTOR PROGRAM DESIGN PROGRAM EVALUATION PROGRAM MANAGER PROGRAM OBJECTIVES PROGRAM OUTCOMES PROGRAMS PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROVINCIAL LEVEL PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE EFFICIENCY PUBLIC EXPENDITURE SYSTEMS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE TRACKING PUBLIC EXPENDITURES PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SECTOR CAPACITY BUILDING PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGERS REGIONAL DIFFERENCES REGULATORY FRAMEWORK RESOURCE ALLOCATION RESOURCE ALLOCATIONS RURAL RURAL DEVELOPMENT RURAL ELECTRIFICATION SECTOR BUDGET SECTOR BUDGETS SECTORAL BUDGET SERVICE DELIVERY SOCIAL POLICY SOCIAL PROTECTION STATE BUDGET STRATEGIC PLANS STRATEGIC POLICY SUB-NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS TARGETING TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TOTAL EXPENDITURES TRANSACTION COSTS TRANSPARENCY WAR WELFARE INDICATORS
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World Bank Group, Washington, DC
Africa | East Asia and Pacific | Middle East and North Africa | Rwanda | Vietnam | Yemen, Republic of
2014-09-09T22:03:17Z | 2014-09-09T22:03:17Z | 2014-06

This study is funded by the Governance Partnership Facility to better understand country experiences with building monitoring and evaluation (M&E) capacity to identify paths to success and obstacles to reform. For every country, whether recently emerging from conflict, low-income, or Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), M&E is critical to evidence-based policymaking, budget decisions, management, and accountability, all elements of good governance. Building M&E capacity in fragile and conflict-affected states is not a well-documented topic, although analysts generally agree that even in these challenging contexts, countries can set up monitoring capabilities, albeit with heavy donor support. This study aims to strengthen the knowledge base by synthesizing and comparing the experiences of Rwanda, Vietnam, and Yemen in building capacity for their recently established M&E systems. The study also draws comparisons with Mexico's more well-developed M&E system. This paper is directed to policymakers, development workers, donors, and other supporters of M&E research, operations, and activities. The author envision that providing country case studies on implementing M&E programs in difficult circumstances will contribute to a South-South knowledge exchange for key stakeholders who are working to advance newly established M&E systems in their own countries.

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