Monitoring and Evaluation-NBD Strategy 2016
This document is a finalized version. The finalization has been undertaken with support from the Cooperation in International Waters in Africa (CIWA) funding managed by World Bank, under the Project: “Engaging civil society for social and climate resilient in the Nile Basin” of 2013 to 2019.

The draft developed by the Nile Basin Discourse (NBD) in 2012, with support from the Department for International Development (DFID) – GoV.UK funding. The NBD then in 2012 had undertaken several staff and partner consultations in defining its monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system, to ensure a system that is appropriate and meets the needs of all the users primarily, the Nile National Discourse Forum (NDF) Coordination Offices and programme support teams at NBD secretariat. Partner CSOs were considered as secondary users, to be supported by NBD programme teams to ensure their operations are within NBD accepted standards. The system was intended for supporting better and quality programming by ensuring a systematic basin-wide approach to M&E.

This finalized document is put down as a working and reference guide for users. Therefore, programmes and programme support teams are expected to make reference to this document and apply the procedures and guidelines proposed for enhancing programme/project quality, and also for ensuring systematic and uniformity in approach. The document also lays down a strategic direction for automation and institutionalization of M&E in NBD in order to enhance accountability to stakeholders.

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