Building results frameworks for safety nets projects
AbstractResults chains are useful tools to clarify safety nets programs'objectives, verify the program internal logic, and guide the selection of indicators. Although the recent trend has been to focus mostly on outcome indicators, indicators are needed at all levels of the results chain to better understand program performance. Ideally, safety nets performance monitoring systems should build upon reliable program records and be complemented with a combination of tailor?made data sources and national surveys. The latter should be considered not only for monitoring purposes but within a program evaluation agenda. In any case, it is very important that adequate resources and technical assistance are channeled to strengthen institutional capacity for safety nets results-based management.
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Safety Nets and Transfers; Poverty Monitoring&Analysis; E-Business; Poverty Impact Evaluation; Labor Policies;
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