Monitoring and Evaluation for Rural Sanitation and Hygiene: Framework

Approach Guidelines
December 2021

This Framework is designed to be read in conjunction with the accompanying Monitoring and Evaluation Guidelines.

The intention is to provide guidelines and details on useful and progressive approaches to monitoring rural sanitation and hygiene, from which a range of rural sanitation and hygiene duty bearers and practitioners – including governments, implementation agencies, development partners and service providers – can select and use those most appropriate to their needs. Eventually, it is hoped that all of the more progressive M&E elements and features will become standard, and be incorporated in all sector monitoring systems.

Additional details

PublisherInstitute of Development Studies
ThemesGender and equity, Leave no one behind, Monitoring, evaluation and learning, National and sub-national monitoring systems, Outcomes and impacts, Sustainability and safely managed sanitation, Tools and processes
ApproachesLearning approaches
Citation

Robinson, A. (2021) Monitoring and Evaluation for Rural Sanitation and Hygiene: Framework. The Sanitation Learning Hub, Brighton: Institute of Development Studies, DOI: 10.19088/SLH.2021.027

LanguageEnglish

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