Considerations on Monitoring and Evaluation of Public Funded Projects as Part of Their Implementation
AbstractAn increasing interest in public funded projects is emphasised during the last period. Monitoring and evaluation represent two of the main activities included in the project cycle. Understanding the concepts and the reason of performing them with due diligence contribute to a successful implementation of public projects as well as provide useful information for improved future public interventions. The management performance of public projects is assessed through specific indicators defined along the 5 criteria set out by the OECD – relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact, sustainability.
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