Monitoring and evaluating of information and communication for development projects

These guidelines (pdf 216kb) provide advice on the monitoring and evaluating of Information and Communication for Development projects. They introduce a range of approaches useful at various stages of the project cycle, including:

  • face-to-face communication or information activities such as counselling or extension visits
  • community-level communications such as theatre, role-playing, workshops, posters and other print materials
  • TV, radio, film and video
  • Internet and email communications programs
  • telecommunications-based projects

Source: Department for International Development (DFID-UK)

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