By Everline Ndenga,
Senior Technical Manager, Vital Signs
In early 2020, the world was visited by the COVID 19 pandemic, a sudden and persistent phenomenon that has radically changed the way we live and work. There has since been an urgent need for organizations to adjust their working operations in line with the effects of the pandemic.
In the field of monitoring and evaluation (M&E), the pandemic has brought new challenges such as limited time and access for data collection and analysis, in addition to a lack of proper interactions to promote the use of information generated from M&E. Experience from the Resilient Food System (RFS) program demonstrates how online and remote sensing tools ensure the continuation of assessments despite the effects of a pandemic.
Read full article in the Africa Development Bank's Evaluation Matters Magazine:Evaluation in the time of Corona edition